Building to remember gala moves to hyatt

Overwhelming Response to Event has Resulted in a Change of Venue The Building to Remember Gala will be the major fundraising event for Huntington Beach’s 9/11 Memorial. Scheduled for Sunday, February 10, 2013, the event has been moved from The Waterfront Beach Resort – A Hilton Hotel to the Grand Ballroom at the Hyatt Regency […]

Optivest, Inc.

Building wealth and fulfilling dreams with the help of Orange County’s “family office” By Betsy Sanz Photography by Lana Farfan, Caught in the Moment Photography Huntington Beach – and Orange County as a whole – enjoys a unique mix of healthy commerce infrastructure with convenient access to a broad range of skilled labor and business […]

Next To None

By Heather Evans It’s that sentimental, giving time of year. And even if it wasn’t, it’s almost impossible not to think about buying jewelry for someone without getting that old funny feeling. Chances are, you belong to someone that’s one in a million and the jewelry you purchase should reflect exactly that. When it comes […]

You Grow, Pro

How David Greek of GoPro Internet Marketing turned crisis into opportunity By Betsy Sanz If you’re a business owner – whether you’re a small fish or big fish – you can’t escape the growing importance of online marketing. Neither could Dave Greek when he was running one of Orange County’s most productive mortgage companies prior […]

Peter Prescott: A CPA who helps you plan a SECURE FUTURE

Certified Public Accountant Peter D. Prescott is single-minded: “I strive tomake each client as tax efficient as possible. Using a client’s entire finances as a framework, we establish major goals and then combine tax savings techniques and professional financial planning to enhance the growth of their money!” Peter’s background is impressive: A business degree from […]

Delicious Spring Cleaning

by Heather Evans Did you eat so much over the holidays that even your sweatpants don’t want anything to do with you? Maybe you’re one of those lucky or dedicated people that know how to say NO to your 150th Christmas cookie. Either way, it’s time for some spring-cleaning and I don’t mean dusting. Juice […]

Examples of Dental Laser Applications

Reduce the discomfort of canker and cold sores Expose partially erupted wisdom teeth Remove muscle attachments that limit proper movement Manage gum tissue during impressions for crowns or other procedures Remove overgrown tissues caused by certain medications Remove inflamed gum tissues and aid in the treatment of gum disease Help treat infections in root canals […]

Beware of Online Pharmacies

By Robert Pugach, MD I’m often asked by my patients if they can purchase their medications from online pharmacies. I always respond with a resounding NO! My advice is supported by a recent FDA report warning consumers about the dangers of buying medications from the more than 40,000 online pharmacies. The report estimates 70% of […]

Living with Integrity & Finding Balance

By Paul Fetters At a very young age my dad taught me what it means to make a commitment and stick to it. He was the most committed person I’d ever met, if he said he would be somewhere you just knew he would be there. His friends and coworkers used to say, “You know […]

9 Facts About Retirement

By Ken Earwood Retirement can have many meanings. For some, it will be a time to travel and spend time with family members. For others, it will be a time to start a new business or begin a charitable endeavor. Regardless of what approach you intend to take, here are nine things about retirement that […]