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The Hit List: Multicultural Experience
Danaé Overman | July 11, 2014

1. C.S. Lewis’ The Great Divorce
July 17-20, the witty stage adaptation of the novelist’s most humorous work takes the...

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Turning the Table
Anita Lau | Photography by John Dole | July 8, 2014

The tide is changing in Huntington Beach—or, more specifically, at the Hyatt Regency, where a new, exciting dining concept stands where the...

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Spirit Man
William Lobdell | July 8, 2014

It’s a safe bet that no one in Orange County has a more storied business pedigree than Carl Nolet Jr., an executive of a company—Nolet Distillery—started more than 300 years ago by his great, great, great, great, great, great, great,...

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Minimalism is More
Shaleek Blackburn | July 8, 2014

The creative world of Orange County is thriving and diverse, filled with styles that span from contemporary and avant-garde to classic and traditional. And now, we can count minimalism among those genres, thanks to the new...

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The Power Principle
Mike Espindle | July 8, 2014

Jaguar created something of a sensation with the release of the F-Type convertible last year: A sporty two-seater that delivered an appealing and distinctly modern-classic British look. With the release of the new F-Type R Coupe, the...

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Tina Borgatta | July 8, 2014


Lyon Air Museum, Santa Ana

Wherever Ken Lane decides to vacation, he finds an airplane museum to visit. And during his trip to O.C. in May, he found Lyon Air Museum and...

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The Hit List: Parisian Palatables
Jake Bracken | July 7, 2014

1. Pinot Provence
It’s like dining in a castle in the countryside—opulent chandeliers...

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To Dine For
The Editors and John Mariami, with Lesley Balla and John DeMers | July 2, 2014

Rose. Rabbit. Lie

Don't-Miss Dish Under Feast, plates meant to be shared, you...

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Miller Time!
William Lobdell | July 1, 2014

When Olympic skier Bode Miller dreams of gold these days, it could be visions of melted cheddar cheese poured over macaroni, barbecued pork and caramelized onions. This concoction (aka the cheesy mac and rib) is his favorite menu item from the...

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The Road Less Traveled
Paul Rubio | July 1, 2014

Despite being the largest city in Baja California Sur, La Paz—the charming capital city of Mexico's 31st state, located two hours north of Los Cabos on the Sea of Cortez, which flaunts a similar sun-kissed marriage of desert and...

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