2014 OC History Archive Stories

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  • Hoping for the Return of the Swallows By: CHRISTINA BENAVIDES
    For decades, the city of San Juan Capistrano has taken part in a yearly three-month-long tradition of celebrating the return of the famous cliff swallows. Though the number of birds that settle at the Great Stone Church at Mission San Juan Capistrano has diminished over the past years, events still remain in order to remember the swallow’s
    Tue Mar 18, 2014
  • The Greatest Story Never Told? By: Larry Thomas
    The Irvine Company turns 150 this year in typical low-key and modest fashion that befits a real estate power whose name is on only one building in its massive real estate portfolio – its Newport Beach headquarters overlooking Fashion Island.    Its corporate culture is proud, professional, all business – so
    Fri Jan 17, 2014