Angels pitcher Mike Morin is originally from Kansas so beach living and ocean-view restaurants rank high on his list.
These female chefs rock to their own beat in some of O.C’s best kitchens.
July is the most wonderful time of the year – time for celebrating the ‘Best’ that O.C. has to offer. Here are some of our winners that we selected for the sweeter side of things.
Our dining and drinking scene keeps getting more adventurous and creative, and we’re all the happier for that. Here are some of our stand-out favorites this year.
Attend a movie screening; hike to a monastery; celebrate high tea in full regalia. The options are plentiful.
The Juicy Couture velour track suit is back! —the ultimate closet staple of two-thousandsy “it girls,” from Paris Hilton to Brittany Spears to a pre-Kanye-post-sex-tape Kim Kardashian.
We talked to Pulitzer Prize-winner Edward Humes about his new book, ”Door to Door: The Magnificent, Maddening, Mysterious Word of Transportation.”
Photographer Jaques Garnier finds beauty in the ordinary and his meticulous photographs brim with a philosophical subtext. See his work this month at the Great Park.
Red Fox Boutique, with its mix of emerging and local lines which makes it a local standout, opens in Corona del Mar.
Bruery Terreux will finally open July 8! The Bruery’s second location features climate-controlled indoor and shady outdoor spaces to lead one’s palate on a journey of the unknown.
Joel Caruso has a way with citrus, namely grapefruit—and some of the county’s best grapefruit drinks are created behind his bar. Here’s a perfect one for summer.
Marcella Hazan, who died in 2013, had tremendous influence on how we cook Italian in the U.S. Her spirit of cooking now lives on through this new book.
For those of you looking to shake up your usual cocktail routine, you’ll be pleased to know that there’s a new gem joining Costa Mesa’s growing cocktail lounge scene.
Angel Stadium management is working to break the stereotype that baseball is for beer only. Fans can now purchase a glass of wine at locations throughout the stadium.
No eggs, no milk, and no honey usually means no flavor. Not for these enticing O.C. specialties.
The Anaheim resident’s love of music increased dramatically after he was invited to be on Telemundo’s “La Voz Kids” (a franchise of “The Voice”) in 2013.
One real doozy comes to mind, according to local historian and Dana Point Mayor Carlos N. Olvera and involved a notorious labor leader.
Unlikely, but the most famous one died here. Lon Chaney Jr., the man who played the title role in “The Wolf Man” (1941).