From Oreo Brulee Boba’s to Gourmet Meals for Your Pup, Union Market Tustin Is the New Flavor Town

From Savory Bites to Baked Delights, Union Market Tustin Has It All Written By: Diego E. Gaxiola Photographed By: Ed Visions Tustin Food Halls Union Market Tustin, centrally located in The District shopping center, is an industrial-chic retail and dining destination that offers irresistible food stalls, exceptional restaurants and charming boutiques. From Woofpak’s “Thanksgiving feast”

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How This Costa Mesa High School Student Started a Kindness Revolution

Rebekah Robeck Is Spreading Kindness to One Orange County School at a Time Written By: Taylor Gorski Photography Provided By: Let’s Be Kind Rebekah Robeck Kindness. The whole world could use a little extra—especially now. Rebekah Robeck, a Costa Mesa High School student, realized the lack of kindness in her own school back in 2018.

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Support the Newport Beach Junior Lifeguards at Helmsman Ale House This Thursday

Summer Is Here and the Newport Beach Junior Lifeguards Need Us! Written By: Kaylin Waizinger Photography Provided By: Josh Leith  Newport Beach Fundraisers Since its inception in 1984, Newport Beach’s Junior Lifeguard program has provided the youth of Orange County with an opportunity to learn valuable aquatic skills, beach environment awareness and the role of

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Attention Redondo Beach: Rock & Brews Is Now Open

Whether You’re Dining in or Getting Takeout, Rock & Brews Is Serving Those Who Rock Written By: LOCALE Editors Redondo Beach Open Restaurants Rock & Brews Redondo Beach is set to open on June 17. If you’ve missed casual dining as much as us, you’re going to want to take a visit to enjoy all

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Manhattan Beach Approves Outdoor Dining With the Help of Michael Zislis

Dine in the Streets of Manhattan Beach Written By: Taylor Gorski  Photographed By: Patrick Record Photography Manhattan Beach Outdoor Dining The Manhattan Beach City Council has approved outdoor dining. Businesses and restaurants are permitted to use public parking spaces and other public right-of-way spots for dining purposes, while following some requirements. The idea was spearheaded by

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LA’s First Flower Truck Brings Florals and Inspiration to the Community

LA’s First Mobile Flower Shop Has the Sweetest Blooms in the City Written By: Nicole Jeffries Photographed By: Jayme Burrows LENITA by GRITA Chances are, you’ve spotted the LENITA flower truck, drawing attention with its bold, dark text juxtaposed against the soft, pastel pink backdrop––striking, yet modest. LENITA founder and GRITA owner Nemuel DePaula carries

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14 Awesome Ways to Celebrate the Fourth of July in Southern California

Sparklers Out! Let’s Celebrate the Red, White and Blue! Written By: Taylor Gorski Southern California 4th of July Fireworks, BBQ and soaking up the SoCal sun—the Fourth of July is right around the corner. Whether you’re in Los Angeles, Orange County or San Diego searching for a staycation or some laid-back holiday fun, these are

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Founder of Homeboy Industries Gives an Inside Look at His Nonprofit Organization That Welcomes Over 9,000 People to Transform Their Lives Each Year 

How Baked Goods and a Second Chance Are Changing the Lives of Thousands in Downtown Los Angeles Written By: Taylor Gorski Photographed By: Matt Misisco gang rehabilitation program The largest gang intervention, rehab and re-entry program in the world, Homeboy Industries is a place for hope. Each year, Homeboy Industries welcomes 9,000 people to transform

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