LA KISS Makes History with Orange Coast Magazine’s Staffer!

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Would You Rather? Arena Football League Edition

Let's play a quick game of Would You Rather?: Would you rather watch a local arena football team play a game, or the band KISS in concert?

The Iron Lady: A Chat With Competitive Weightlifter Kesli Gazsi

trains two to four hours a day, six days a week at Newport Beach’s SoCal Weightlifting Club.

9 Reasons We Need an NFL Franchise in Orange County

Overlooked in the speculation about luring the NFL back to Southern California is the fact that two professional football teams are already here, both with ties to Orange County. So why does our Gridiron guinea pig think the term “professional” is misleading?

Open Streets Event Coming to Garden Grove

Imagine downtown Garden Grove without cars. Now, imagine that you can casually stroll down the middle of the block, ride a bike, skateboard, or...

What’s So Special About Santa Ana’s PayanX Community Workouts?

What started in 2011 as a personal exercise quest blossomed into a community fitness movement dubbed PayanX. Beginning before dawn three days a week,...

Grab Your Boards: International Surfing Day Is June 20

The Surfrider Foundation’s International Surfing Day is happening next Friday in Orange County—and across the globe. You don’t have to surf to enjoy the celebration. The nonprofit organization dedicated to the protection of our oceans is sponsoring an international waterways photo contest while our local chapters host a couple of events.

Ultramarathoners for Charity—Less Crazy?

In our May 2015 issue, we profiled six Orange County ultarunners in a story called "Not Quite Crazy" (click here to read). Turns out,...

Legends: Diamond Mining in Tweed

Chances are, when Don Pries steps before the spectators at Camden Yards this month to accept his induction into the Baltimore Orioles Hall of Fame, he’ll receive a smattering of polite applause, but nothing like what will be afforded fellow inductee and 2011 MLB Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar. And that’s just fine with him.