2014 Beauty Archive Stories

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  • Doggie Fun By: Chelcy Perdue
    Thu Apr 24, 2014
  • Ground Control
    Photography James CantDigital Tech Joanne MiriamPhoto Assistants Lily Cote and Daniel KintzHair and Makeup Iris Moreau at One Represents
    Thu Apr 24, 2014
  • Off To the Races By: Chelcy Perdue
    Thu Apr 24, 2014
  • Thicker Than Water By: Jessica Husami
    Mary was first. Then Susan, followed by Lita. Trish, the youngest, went straight for a preventative double mastectomy, the BRACA2 gene mutation making it all but certain that she would develop breast cancer like her three sisters before her. Yet, sitting in Mary’s living room, 13 years after her diagnosis, with the scent of bak
    Thu Apr 24, 2014
  • Interview with Larry Haynes By: Terence Loose
    When you speak with Larry Haynes, executive director of Mercy House, which provides housing and services to the homeless, the term “mercy” never actually comes up. In fact, moral arguments about why we should end homelessness and care for our fellow man seem as distant as his deep religious convictions.Instead, there&rsqu
    Thu Apr 24, 2014
  • Cars and Coffee By: Chelcy Perdue
    Thu Apr 24, 2014
  • OC Icons By: Kedric Francis
    What makes a place great? As avowed Orange County exceptionalists, we have a long list of local favorites that help make OC a magnet for visitors and residents, new and old. But which rise to iconic status? We came up with 50 movers and makers, buildings and businesses, places and spaces from the past and present without which OC would be a very
    Thu Apr 24, 2014
  • A Labor of Love By: Paula Klein
    The OC Wine Mart & Tasting Bar began as a vision to turn generic liquor stores into upscale wine and craft beer specialty stores. A place where customers could enjoy high-quality, self-service wine tastings by the ounce, weekly tasting events, Boar&rs
    Thu Apr 24, 2014
  • Red O By: Jessica Husami
    EAT  Red O is located at Fashion Island at 143 Newport Center Dr., Newport Beach. 949.718.0300  :: 
    Wed Apr 23, 2014
  • How-To: Protein Pancakes By: Chelcy Perdue
    Ingredients:1/2 small banana2 egg whites1 scoop of chocolate protein powder1/2 cup of unsweetened almond milk
    Wed Apr 23, 2014
  • Living a Greener Life By: Elizabeth Lee
    Commemorate April 22 by starting a new eco-friendly habit and make an investment in the planet. It's important to remember that sustainability is not just a holiday festivity, but a lifestyle. Practicing sustainability is easier than it sounds. By incorporating more environment-friendly practices into daily routines, everyone can tak
    Mon Apr 21, 2014
  • WonderCon Anaheim 2014 By: Lawrence Sherwin
    WonderCon Anaheim reappeared for its third year April 18-20 at the Anaheim Convention Center. Sell-out crowds of comic book and fantasy arts fans enjoyed the festivities both outside the center and inside the hall. Visitors of all ages wearing colorful costumes either emulated their favorite pop culture characters or created their own. Artists d
    Mon Apr 21, 2014
  • 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs By: Lawrence Sherwin
    Round one of the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs featured the Anaheim Ducks against the Dallas Stars on Wednesday, April 16. In game one, the Ducks roared out to a 4-0 lead. Costly penalties and defensive lapses let Dallas back into the game but the Ducks hung on to win 4-3. With about a minute left to play, Ryan Getzlaf was hit in the face with a puc
    Mon Apr 21, 2014
  • The Pet Expo Is Back By: Katherine Lai
    VISIT PETSOC Fair & Event Center invites you to join the fun-filled weekend with family and friends. To view th
    Fri Apr 18, 2014
  • My Kind of Facial By: Jessica Peralta
    Usually, I'm all about no-pain, no-gain. I get it: Sometimes you have to suffer a little and earn the reward. Usually… but when it comes to facials, I really just want it to be pleasant. Yes, I understand extractions are sometimes necessary to get out all the bad stuff. And acid peels are sometimes needed even if your skin mig
    Thu Apr 17, 2014
  • What's Happening South of the Great Park? By: Martin A. Brower
    Observers of the Orange County real estate scene are waiting to see what will be proposed for development on the County of Orange’s 100-acre strip of land just south of the Great Park in Irvine. The county has awarded a 75-year lease of the land to Lowe Enterprises, the Los Angeles-headquartered real estate development firm.Low
    Wed Apr 16, 2014
  • Blood Moon By: Lawrence Sherwin
    In a total lunar eclipse, the moon passes through the Earth's shadow. As it does so, it takes on a reddish/golden hue due to the sunlight passing through the Earth's atmosphere. Before and after the total eclipse, the Earth's shadow can be seen covering parts of the moon. There will be four lunar eclipses (a tetrad) visible in the United States
    Tue Apr 15, 2014
  • 40th Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach By: Lawrence Sherwin
    Mike Conway won the 40th Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach in a crash-riddled Indy Car race. He finished the 157-mile race, averaging over 82 mph, to claim the checkered flag, the podium, the trophy, and the victory lap. Gabby Chaves claimed victory in
    Tue Apr 15, 2014
  • Options for Modern Readers By: Sergio Flores
    Always have a book at your fingertips with one of these eBook services:ScribdScribd is an online eBook service that provides the modern reader with a large library of books to choose from – over 300,000 –
    Mon Apr 14, 2014
  • Surf City Pet Massage By: Sergio Flores
    Think we humans are the only ones who benefit from a relaxing massage? Think again! Located in Huntington Beach, Surf City Pet Massage is passionate about offering massage services to both pet and pet owner at affordable rates. If you find it a little
    Fri Apr 11, 2014
  • Art Attack By: Suzette Lipscomb
    Go There  If you are a shopping-loving runner who likes to eat well and visit museums, The Surrey is the place
    Fri Apr 11, 2014
  • Reaching to the Converted By: Shawn Price
    New YorkThe weathered red brick lighthouse has guided many ships along their way in the 145 years it has stood at the mouth of Esopus Creek along the Hudson River. Its beacon, now solar-powered LED, can be seen from five nautical miles away. But the interior is still a time capsule, looking very
    Thu Apr 10, 2014
  • A Good Egg By: Jessica Husami
    Hole in OneThere’s no mistaking the fact that Sidecar Doughnuts & Coffee in Costa Mesa is no sideshow when it comes to everyone’s favorite morning treat. Although they’ve only been open to the general public since 2013, their doughnuts have become legend in these parts, due
    Thu Apr 10, 2014
  • Fringe Benefits By: Sarah Mosqueda
    [image7] Designing OCBeachCandyNobody does custom swimwear with Swarovski crystal details like Brit Barber. And nobody does luxury hotels like the St. R
    Wed Apr 09, 2014
  • Racing Through Siena By: Madeline King Porter
    Go There  Florence is the closest airport. The hour-long bus ride from Florence to Siena is a commuter
    Tue Apr 08, 2014