2014 On The Stage Archive Stories

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  • Year-End Investment Decisions
    What are year-end investment decisions?Year-end investment decisions may sometimes result in substantial tax savings. Tax planning may allow you to control the timing and method by which you report your income and claim your deductions and credits. The basic strategy for year-end pl
    Mon Nov 17, 2014
  • Early Adopters By: Jenn Tanaka and Jessica Husami
    We all have friends who know the best places to go. They’re quick to give informed recommendations when it comes to romantic hideaways, what boutique just opened, or can easily spout out the best ways to show off what our great county has to offer.Coast polled a few of these local influencers to see what’s cool; what’s
    Tue Nov 11, 2014
  • Cuisine: Filomena's Italian Kitchen By: Jenn Tanaka
    Linda English loves comfort food. When you walk into Filomena’s, her Costa Mesa restaurant, instantly you feel as if you’re visiting a friend’s house. “In Italian homes, everyone always gathers in the kitchen,” she says. “I don’t know anyone who uses a traditional family room anymore.” When you eat
    Tue Nov 11, 2014
  • Sharon Ellis, President and CEO, Habitat for Humanity of Orange County By: Terence Loose
    Sharon Ellis likes to travel. But don’t look for her in the plush resorts or spas of the world. At least not always. Because often, instead of sampling sun-dried tomato dishes in the Med, she’s building homes from sun-dried bricks in the mud. That’s because Ellis is more than just a figurehead for Habitat for Humanity of Orange
    Tue Nov 11, 2014
  • Living Aloha By: Justine Amodeo
    Tue Nov 11, 2014
  • Living Aloha By: Justine Amodeo
    Modern Living at Andaz It’s one of those games my family likes to play. If we won the lottery, what would be on our list? Starting a nonprofit for victims of domestic violence. Funding a new sports academy in Southern California. Volunteering for a
    Tue Nov 11, 2014
  • On the Rocks By: Sabin Orr
    Tue Nov 11, 2014
  • On the Rocks By: Sabin Orr
    Tue Nov 11, 2014
  • Early Adopters By: Jenn Tanaka and Jessica Husami
    Tue Nov 11, 2014
  • The 20-mile meal
    Thu Nov 06, 2014
  • New Years Objectives
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    Wed Nov 05, 2014
  • Cover, November
    Thu Oct 30, 2014
  • Halloween Surf By: Lawrence Sherwin
    The ninth Annual Halloween Surf Event brought over 100 surfers to the Newport Pier.  It was a perfect day:  warm air, warm water and 2-3 foot waves. Surfers of all ages showed their creativity for costumes as well as their surfing skills to the delight of their beach audience.
    Mon Oct 27, 2014
  • Partial Soalr Eclipse By: Lawrence Sherwin
    Photographer Lawrence Sherwin captured the partical solar eclipse on Thursday.
    Fri Oct 24, 2014
  • PBR: Bulls on the Beach By: Lawrence Sherwin
    Bulls on the Beach, a Professional Bull Riders (PBR) competition, rode into Huntington Beach on Saturday. Over 5,000 enthusiastic  fans watched fifteen of the world's best riders try to ride fifteen of world's  the best bulls. Matt Triplett from Montana won the event, $7,500 and 88 points toward the PBR World Finals that takes place in
    Tue Oct 21, 2014
  • Scare Tactics By: Vinnie Leduc
    On most afternoons and evenings, Knott’s Berry Farm, the “other” amusement park in Orange County, is merely the landmark for commuters on the eastbound 91 and southbound 5 that equates to a collective sigh of relief as drivers are released from the snarls of notorious LA traffic. In October, Knott’s Berry
    Tue Oct 14, 2014
  • War Games: A Master of Many Pieces at OCMA By: Sara Wolf
    It may be presumptuous to read too much into the work of conceptual artist and provocateur Chris Burden, whose 1981 installation, A Tale of Two Cities, is now on view at the Orange County Museum of Art.Burden — who may be destined to be remembered most for audacious performance art created early on (and for only a brief period) in hi
    Wed Oct 01, 2014
  • A Vision for a Better Tomorrow By: Jenn Tanaka
    Peace for Liberia started with a dream. One night as Leymah Gbowee was sleeping, a voice told her that she needed to gather the women of her church together to pray for peace. Admittedly she thought this was crazy. But, after decades of warfare, she was determined to try anything. So in June 2002, Gbowee spoke before the congregation at the St.
    Wed Oct 01, 2014
  • Public Art
    For a decade or more, the award for OC’s most acclaimed collection of public art could have gone to Laguna Beach, Brea or Costa Mesa, the latter thanks largely to Henry Segerstrom and family. But there’s a new public art player in the county: Newport Beach. The city’s Inaugural Sculpture Exhibition installed in Civic Center Par
    Wed Oct 01, 2014
  • The Art of the OC By: Kedric Francis
    Wed Oct 01, 2014
  • Public Art
    Wed Oct 01, 2014
  • The Art of OC By: Kedric Francis
    Beach Art Laguna Art Museum's Art and Nature The debut of Laguna Art Museum’s Art and Nature program last year was a stunning success, with art exhibits and events at the museum and top local galleries, a family festival, and artist Jim Denevan’s intricate and monum
    Wed Oct 01, 2014
  • The Desperados of the OC Art Scene By: Steve Bramucci
    Sculptor and conceptual artist Andrew Myers sits outside of his studio and takes a pull from a bottle of Stella. It’s afternoon in Laguna Canyon and the sun that filters through the oak trees has lost most of its midday fury. Everything in this little corner of the world – from the curving canyon walls to the corrugated tin buildings
    Wed Oct 01, 2014