Women’s Heart Screening at Orange Coast Memorial

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in women over the age of 25. Orange Coast Memorial is dedicated to keeping your heart healthy with our Women’s Cardiac Health Program. We offer an $85 comprehensive cardiac screening just for women, which includes: Complete medical and family history and health risk assessment survey Blood pressure, […]

What You Don’t Know Can Kill You

It’s a pretty popular saying. It’s quite often used to justify not informing someone about a problem or a misdeed. The idea being, if because you don’t know about an event or a situation, you can’t make yourself unhappy by worrying about it. It would be nice if “What you don’t know can’t hurt you” […]

Popular Musical Ensemble. Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox Returns to Segerstrom Center for the Arts

Segerstrom Center for the Arts welcomes the return of popular musical ensemble Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox on February 17, 2017 in the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall. In 2015, the group’s sold-out tours of Australia and the United States prompted the Buffalo News to proclaim, “Postmodern Jukebox is literally a postmodern success, extending its […]

Luminance Recovery Center Restoring Hope, Empowering Change

There is a soft moment, in the early early morning, when the curtain of darkness begins to lift – the world spinning over 1,000 miles an hour – and the first glow of dawn appears on the horizon.  A great many poets and romantics have drawn inspiration from this moment over the years, finding it […]

Live, Laugh, Leak? Stop limiting your activities. Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation can help!

Did you know that approximately 1 of every 2 women experiences some form of urine leakage? This should never be considered a normal part of aging. Oftentimes, it can be treated non-surgically and without bladder control medication. Evans Tran, PA, at Pacific Coast Urology Medical Center’s Women’s Bladder Control Center, discusses this embarrassing condition and […]

Celebrate the Orange Public Library & History Center’s 10th Anniversary!

The tenth anniversary of the opening of the renovated and expanded Orange Public Library & History Center will be celebrated this year. Dedicated on April 21, 2007, the new library building marked a continued commitment to serving the community. The anniversary will be celebrated by looking back through the decades of Library history. First established […]

Surf and Turf

5,000 sq. ft. of Fun at Bark City in Surf City, U.S.A. “They have couches.” “Babe- they have couches for the dogs to sleep on!” I left my laptop open the other day to Bark City’s homepage. My husband used it for a minute to Google something and was grabbed by the photo of happy […]

The Grand Del Mar. One of the country’s best resorts, a stone’s throw from home

We knew we were in for a memorable weekend when the driveway to the Fairmont Grand Del Mar (fairmont.com/san-diego) took its sweet time delivering us to the resort. A canopy of autumn colors rustled in a lazy and surprisingly warm San Diego breeze as we made our way into the canyon just a couple of […]

Sketching a Future. David Velasquez and the Art of Doodling

Since shopfronts became shopfronts, there has been a need for signs: the need for signs begetting the craft of sign painting. Hand-lettering arose in America in the 1800’s as a means of distinguishing between products and companies when capitalism began to boom. Until the advent of vinyl lettering in the 80’s, hand-lettering and sign painting […]

Calling all Superheroes to Orange Public Library Comic-Con®!

The Orange Public Library & History Center will present its first ever Orange Public Library Comic-Con® on Saturday, May 20 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Comic, fantasy, and science-fiction lovers of all ages are invited to join in on exciting events taking place throughout the day. All ages are invited to participate in cosplay […]