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Sure, we love our kids; we shower them with all of our affection, attention and love daily, but sometimes, momma just needs a fun night out with her best gals.
Get your kids plastic goggles on, and get ready to bring them to the best science attractions for little science lovers in Orange County.
The last day of September is also the start of this week’s event listing. As we hop from one month into another, it’s clear that October is not only fall-tastic but full of events to keep you busier than you ever expected.
For a sport that only began in 2005, stand-up paddleboard (SUP for short) is experiencing a huge boom these days. And its offshoot, paddleboard yoga, is one of the more popular movements the fitness practice has experienced.
Keeping the romance alive in your marriage does not always need to break the bank, and these are some creative ways to enjoy a date night in Orange County on a budget.
Segerstrom Center for the Arts is Orange County’s largest non-profit arts organization and presents a variety of national and international productions, including national tours of the most popular Broadway shows.
The place where celebrities can still be in contact with the lifestyle they’re accustomed to while maintaining a certain level of anonymity is, quite often, Orange County.
In honor of honey month, head outdoors and score some amazing local honey.
Zip down thrilling water slides at Sea World’s new water park, Aquatica: a great place to cool off in the summer heat and have some fun.
School is back in session for Southern California students by now but that doesn’t mean you can’t squeeze in a few family-friendly events and activities while the weather is still warm.
While the Central California coast gets a fair amount of action in this forum, a growing number of companies have are calling Orange County home.
Have a great time chowing down on bizarre fried concoctions, petting adorable farm animals and riding classic amusement park rides at any of these three county fairs this summer.
Pioneertown was built in 1946 in the high desert community of Yucca Valley. A group of actors envisioned a live-in motion picture set and developed the town for actors and crew.
These Southern California breweries welcome your littlest ones and give you the chance to enjoy a pint or two without paying for a sitter.
Bryan Cranston, the star of “Breaking Bad” shares his tips for how to live good and go green.