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Home is a Trip
By Ayesha Khan | July 31, 2015


Imagine spending a morning languishing beside a...

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She's Got Game
By Ray Rogers | July 29, 2015

High up in the Hollywood Hills, actress Michelle Monaghan is marveling at the expansive view of downtown L.A. from the enviable vantage point of the bright, colorful 1923-built abode that Ginger Rogers once called home. Monaghan and husband...

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The Hit List: Scene Stealers!
By Danaé Overman | July 27, 2015

1. Pierce Meehan: Surf Panels
It’s the quintessential show for summer in O.C.—the creative uses...

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The Hit List: Culture Vultures
By the Riviera staff | July 16, 2015

1. Coastal Wonders
Take in the beauty of the best coast when you view solo artist Brian Blood’s plein air paintings of all our Golden State has to offer. His works will be...

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The Hit List: Summer Fun!
By Danaé Overman | July 9, 2015

1. Much Ado About Nothing
The juxtaposition of Shakespearean times and 1940s America set the stage for this...

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Global Fare
By Jerry Hicks | July 7, 2015

When chef Geeta Bansal, known for her popular Irvine restaurant, Clay Oven, suffered a temporary illness that took her out of the kitchen two years ago, she decided to launch a dining blog to keep...

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Culinary Wanderlust
By Lesley Balla, Bonnie Davidson, Amy Finley, Stephanie Hunt and Valerie Jarvie | July 7, 2015

Chicago | MOMOTARO
When it came to creating the Japanese restaurant of...

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The 50 Finest
By Tina Borgatta and Kristen Schott | July 6, 2015

10 Most Exciting New Restaurants

Executive Chef Rachel Haggstrom likes to play with her food: She...

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Bella Villaggio
Jamie Gwen | Photography by John Dole | July 6, 2015

Popularity. Everybody wants it. Pirozzi CdM has it. The little gem, as I’ve heard it called, is a hot spot in the heart of Corona del Mar—a village bistro...

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Earthly Design
By Jerry Hicks | July 6, 2015

No single architect can change the face of a city. But a sole architect can transform a city’s gateway. And that’s exactly what Jay Bauer of Newport Beach is doing with the...

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By Tina Borgatta | July 6, 2015


North of the San Clemente Pier

It’s hard to imagine there’s anyone who doesn’t delight in the magic of a giant soap bubble. Its very nature is so...

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A Taste of Paradise
By Beth Weitzman | July 6, 2015

After years of listening to my travel-savvy pals rave about Four Seasons Resort Hualalai at Historic Ka‘upulehu—and chide me for never having...

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