Photo Op! These Are the 8 Most Insta-Worthy Spots in OC

It’s All About the Background for IG Written By: Sarah Amaral Insta-Worthy Spots in OC With millions of users daily, the competition to amp up your Insta-game is at an all-time high. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! From the most artistic backdrops in and throughout the area to architectural mastery, Orange County has some

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With a $2.99 Burger and Fries Deal, Celebrate Ruby’s 35th Anniversary All Day December 7

Our Favorite ‘50s Themed Restaurant is Celebrating Their 35th Anniversary Written By: Chelsea Raineri Ruby’s Diner 35th Anniversary Milkshakes, tunes from the ‘50s and those classic red and white striped uniforms. Any true Southern California local knows where to find all these gems in one place—Ruby’s Diner. But just a few decades ago, this iconic restaurant

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The Ultimate Guide to OC Holiday Boat Parades

See How the Beach Cities Make a Splash for the Holidays Written By: Tamara Austring The Ultimate Guide to OC Holiday Boat Parades If you’re a transplant living in sunny California for the holidays, or even if you’re Orange County homegrown, it’s often difficult to feel the wintery Christmas spirit when you’re surrounded by palm trees

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Your Fave HGTV Host Has Some Expert Advice to Make Your Home Top Notch

Emily Henderson Gives Us Her Two Cents on Interiors Written By: Rebecca Grazier Photography Provided By: Tessa Neustadt Expert: Emily Henderson HGTV Credentials: HGTV Host, Author, Interior Designer and Stylist Emily Henderson HGTV Q: What inspires you the most when it comes to styling and interiors? Emily Henderson: I’ve often said ‘Perfection is boring, let’s get weird.’

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6 Places in LA to Ice Skate Your Way Through the Holidays

Though LA weather Is Rarely Frightful, You Can Still Find a Winter Wonderland Without Leaving the City Written By: Benjamin Wright Los Angeles Ice Skating We all know LA doesn’t have a suitable climate for winter sports. While many trek to Big Bear or Tahoe to play in the snow, you don’t need to travel far

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HGTV Alumni Justina Blakeney Wants To Make Your Home Wild

The Designer and Author of “The New Bohemians” Talks Inspiration Written By: Rebecca Grazier Photographed By: Travis McCoy Justina Blakeney Expert: Justina Blakeney Credentials: Designer, Artist, Author and Founder of The Jungalow Q: Your recent book, “The New Bohemians,” is full of awesome ideas and tips for the home. What inspired you to write it in

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You Voted: These Are Your Favorite Dermatologists in Los Angeles

They Are the Masters of Their Trade Written By: Traci Carter Holsey Los Angeles Dermatologists Did you know your skin is actually the largest organ of your body? Some would argue that it is the most important. Finding the right dermatologist can impact your skin and overall health. There are as many different types of

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Get In the Holiday Spirit With These 9 Events in Orange County

The Time for Cheer is Here! Written By: Sarah Amaral Christmas in Orange County The holiday season is here! It’s the time of the year that we can throw our Scrooge-like attitudes out the window and celebrate each other and the season of giving! As SoCal natives, we know how hard it is to feel like

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You Have to See the Newly Relaunched Hotel Republic in San Diego

Hotel Republic Is About To Be Your New Favorite Hang Out Written by: Jesse Oleson Photography Provided By: Jason Dewey Photography As one of the newest installations of the Marriott’s Autograph Collection—their “boutique” line of smaller, independent hotels—the relaunched Hotel Republic in San Diego is “prestigious, but not pretentious” and hits the mark in design,

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Skip the Ballet and Head to A Hip Hop Nutcracker This Season

The 5th Annual Culture Shock San Diego Production is set for Jan. 5-7, 2018 Written By: Jordan Ligons  Photography Provided By: Marilen Tran Your favorite ballet just got an upgrade! At the historic Spreckels Theatre Jan. 5-7, 2018, Culture Shock San Diego is putting on their very own rendition of Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker, but with

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