“This has become one of the most inspiring and rewarding pieces I’ve worked on. It’s impactful and empowering to see all these women together and to know their work is happening right here.”
It’s part of Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County’s plan to fight food insecurity on campuses, a concern for many college students.
“I’m at this great university that really changes people’s lives. I mean, Chapman is an awesome place to experience.”
In honor of this month’s cover story, we look back at some of the most kickass women throughout O.C.’s history.
Every woman on this list lives up to the description and beyond. All of them make us happy and proud that they’re part of our community.
The Fullerton shop has more than 2,000 titles to choose from.
The boutique’s first West Coast location opens at Lido Marina Village.
In the world of television and film, these women are the ones to watch.
“So I’m driving with my girlfriend, Lisa, in Laguna Beach, heading to a creative salon—where you can read, perform, or do improv… Then a police car pulls up behind, lights flashing.”
The pandemic has left many organizations wondering how they are going to survive without the big-ticket parties.
Kevin Chudy is the executive director of the Woodbridge Village Association in Irvine. He shares some of the lake activities and events Woodbridge residents enjoy.
This home is one of the largest lakefront properties on Lake Mission Viejo.