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Under Cover: Cookbook Author Kim Sunée Comes to Newport July 21

Under Cover: Cookbook Author Kim Sunée Comes to Newport July 21

“Seoul Food and French Toasts,” or “Kim-chi, Cajun Style,” would both have been great working titles for Kim Sunée’s new cookbook, giving readers a taste of the type of culturally diverse fare they would find inside. Instead, she went with the much more lyrical “A Mouthful of Stars: A Constellation of Favorite recipes From My […]

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Weekend Getaway: San Diego Sans Car

Weekend Getaway: San Diego Sans Car

By Christopher Trela & Catherine Del Casale | NB Indy With its mild coastal weather, myriad attractions and close proximity to Orange County, San Diego has long been a popular weekend getaway spot. We’ve both been there many times, and agree that weekend traffic can sometimes make driving to San Diego a challenging experience. That’s why […]

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Summer Fun: Eating Our Way Through the OC Fair

Summer Fun: Eating Our Way Through the OC Fair

By Christopher Trela & Catherine Del Casale | NB Indy Deep fried bacon wrapped turkey legs. Jack Daniels infused churros. Texas size pop rocks donuts. Deep fried pecan pie on a stick. These and other outrageous food options can be found at this year’s OC Fair. Gone are the simple days of cotton candy and ice […]

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Off the Menu: New Menus, New Restaurants

Off the Menu: New Menus, New Restaurants

By Christopher Trela & Catherine Del Casale Eat Chow Have you been ‘Chowified?” We have, and we love it. Of course, we’re talking about Eat Chow, which has locations in Newport Beach and Costa Mesa. Soon, you’ll be able to get “chowified” in downtown Santa Ana when Eat Chow opens a third location later this year […]

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Curtain Up: A Shakespeare Double Header

Curtain Up: A Shakespeare Double Header

“All the world’s a stage,” wrote Shakespeare. “Let’s play two,” said baseball great Ernie Banks. This weekend, Shakespeare is indeed playing two when Shakespeare by the Sea attempts to hit home runs with its presentations of “Hamlet” and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” on a stage set up in the outfield of a baseball diamond at […]

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Off the Menu Special: dineL.A.'s Restaurant Week July 14 - 27

Off the Menu Special: dineL.A.’s Restaurant Week July 14 – 27

By Christopher Trela & Catherine Del Casale | NB Indy We’ve had Newport Beach Restaurant Week and OC Restaurant Week, but now comes the biggest one of all: dineL.A.’s Restaurant Week, which runs through July 27. Nearly 300 restaurants throughout L.A. County are participating with prix fixe lunch and dinner menus that range from $15 to $25 […]

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Summer Fun: “Summer Starts Here” at the OC Fair

Summer Fun: “Summer Starts Here” at the OC Fair

By Christopher Trela & Haylee Barber | NB Indy Summer may have officially begun three weeks ago, but the theme of this year’s OC Fair is “Summer Starts Here,” and who are we to argue about a local tradition that has been around for more than 100 years. Opening on July 11 and running through August […]

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Off the Menu: Pre-Show Dining in Laguna Beach

Off the Menu: Pre-Show Dining in Laguna Beach

  By Christopher Trela & Catherine Del Casale The arts festivals are in full swing, Pageant of the Masters has begun its summer-long run, and The Laguna Playhouse just opened the musical “Buddy – the Buddy Holly Story.” Yes, Laguna Beach is the place to be for art this summer, so why not enjoy the art […]

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Center Stage: A Musical Summer with Buddy Holly

Center Stage: A Musical Summer with Buddy Holly

Brilliant and powerful as a meteor hurtling through space, Buddy Holly forever changed the landscape of popular music. The rock and roll visionary’s influence not only impacted The Beatles’ early works but remains forever imprinted in our collective consciousness with bam!-pop!-wow! tunes like “Peggy Sue,” “Oh Boy,” and “That’ll Be the Day.” The starlit trajectory […]

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Under Cover Book Club: ‘Me Before You’

Under Cover Book Club: ‘Me Before You’

Thanks to the month of July literally coming in with a bang and a shower of sparks, Under Cover Book Club is a little late on the uptake with this month’s selection. Add in the fact that it is summertime, after all, and there are still a few of us fortunate enough to spend lazy […]

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