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See Balboa Pavillion in Buster Keaton's Films!

Deconstructing our iconic pavillion

The Balboa, an eight-count WWII-era swing dance, has its roots here, but the fast-moving jitterbug was banned due to the building’s deterioration. Read more...


Ruff, Ruff, Ruff for the Home Team

Grins, Goofs & Gaffes from Orange County 2013

With Cal State Fullerton batting in the bottom of the second during a June NCAA Tournament game against Arizona State, field action suddenly ground to halt and TV cameras panned to second base, where a Siberian husky was romping around Goodwin Field. The Titans won 1-0, but watch the video below to see what happened to the dog. Read more...

Listen to Sandra Tsing Loh Talk about How to Give a Talk

The podcasting maven talks about her UCI commencement speech

In our December issue, we profile Sandra Tsing Loh, the voice of the Loh Life podcasts and recent commencement speaker at UCI. Click here for Part 1 and here for Part 2 of that speech. Read more...


Who Did Randy Kraft Seduce?

Jay Roberts penned "Center of the Universe" in our October issue. "I was a young Marine scout sniper, definitely his type. And for a single, unforgettable afternoon, Orange County’s most notorious serial killer coaxed me into a place from which many didn’t escape." Read more...

Submerged in a Dancing Daydream

A playful collaboration by the artists of Backhausdance, photographer Priscilla Iezzi, and illustrator Oksana Badrak

May's photo essay "Submerged in a Dancing Day Dream", started with members of Backhausdance shot by Orange Coast photographer Priscilla Iezzi, but was ultimately transformed by illustrator Oksana Badrak into the playful story that unfolds on the print pages. Here, we take you behind the scenes with a video of the photo shoot and clickable before-and-after photos. Read more...

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  • Russian Ballet Superstars Twinkle Locally This Weekend

    The renowned Natalia Osipova and Ivan Vasiliev return to the Segerstrom Center for the Arts this weekend on a center-commissioned program, “Solo for Two.” They will premiere a new piece by Ohad Naharin, the acclaimed Israeli choreographer at the helm of the Batsheva Dance Company in Tel Aviv. We caught up with Naharin just before he was to begin work with the couple on “Passo.” Their four performances will also include American premieres by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, of Belgian and Moroccan descent, and Portuguese dance-maker Arthur Pita. Read More

Priscilla Mayfield on Food in Orange County

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