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On Oct. 14 Irvine Public Schools Foundation hosted its eighth annual Spirit of Excellence Gala at KIA Motors America.
Some For Sale Have Front- Row Seats to Holiday Fave
New things ring in the holiday season quite like the Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade.
Segerstrom Center for the Arts opened its new Julianne and George Argyros Plaza and Center for Dance and Innovation on Oct. 28 with music, dancing, performances, family activities and live bands.
Some Properties Afford Full Workouts With Views
2018 is right around the corner, and with it New Year’s resolutions.
NONPROFITS: Lestonnac Free Clinics flourished on their vision
Business executive Allen Boerner walked into the office of the Lestonnac Free Clinic in Orange.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County and the Inland Empire received the biggest financial gift in its history: a home in Laguna Beach valued at $8.5 million.
Wearing disco fashions and boogying to the groovy sounds of the ’70s, more than 300 domestic violence advocates gathered on Sept. 16 at the Island Hotel Newport Beach to celebrate the 23rd annual Laura’s House gala themed Saturday Night Fever at Club Laura’s House.
Experts Think Not As Sales, Appreciation Endure
According to some analysts, the U.S. luxury home market has reached its peak. Events ranging from global economic volatility to an overabundance of luxury offerings to the cooling of the tech boom have caused a marked slowdown in the sale of homes above the $2 million mark in some communities.
More than 200 business and community leaders attended the 13th annual Orange County Council, Boy Scouts of America Investment Real Estate Luncheon on Oct. 5 at the Westin South Coast Plaza. 1w
Beneficiaries of Pro Bono Work Include Elderly, Vets
The elderly woman had made her decision. She needed to get her granddaughter out of her home. She loved the young woman dearly, but the substance abuse problems she struggled with had changed the girl into someone her grandmother no longer recognized.