Don’t Miss Events | May 2017

COMEDY - Craig Robinson didn’t just push paper as Darryl Philbin on NBC’s “The Office”—he won millions of fans.

Firkfest: A Different Kind of Beer Festival

"YABF" stands for "yet another beer festival," because many breweries bring the same stuff you can find in the local supermarket, and they're run...

Serene Sky Boutique + Manna Kadar got Your Holiday Beauty Fix

It's holiday party time, people, and this is no time to bring anything less than your style A-game. Lucky for you, we have the...

This Week’s Stylish Events

Now through May 31 The exhibit, Courage of Imagination, honors the life and legacy of Henry T. Segerstrom, at South Coast Plaza, 3333 Bristol St.,...
golden foodie awards winners

And the Winners Are …

Drumroll please ... The Golden Foodie Awards, one of OC's most prominent culinary events, have named their annual winners! A handful of the categories...

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...

And the Nominees Are…

We can't wait for this year's Golden Foodies Awards. It's O.C.'s Who's Who of food and dining. And then there's, well, all that food. Here are the nominees in the three big categories, named this week. Drumroll please…

It’s a Charmed Life!

Fashion Island's go-to beauty lounge, Blushington, is teaming up with jeweler Kendra Scott to launch her new Charm Bar Collection featuring a variety of charms, letters, symbols, and stones, on Friday, August 8 from 5:30-7:00 p.m.

Everything’s Coming Up Gold at the Golden Foodie Awards

We're told that a hundred tickets are still available for O.C.'s red-carpet Golden Foodie Awards, and you can get them starting on Aug. 3. If rubbing elbows with the foodie elite of Orange County isn't lure enough for you, please note the following delectable sips and sweets that are in store at the Sept. 28th soiree. You might call them "golden."

Five Reasons for the Asian Crime Wave

One of the great things about my side job as a crime novelist is the chance to commune and commiserate with others who are struggling along the same difficult path to publication. That's why I urge all aspiring mystery writers to attend the annual joint meeting of two local mystery-writing organizations — O.C. Sisters in Crime, and SoCal Mystery Writers of America — in Irvine on Sunday, August 24.