OC INSIDER

Weekly Column by Mark Mueller, editor, OCBJ

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Military Moves

Editor at Large Rick Reiff reports that one of America’s best-known soldiers is now a part-time OC resident

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Newport in Napa

Irvine Co. is going big at Fashion Island, announcing plans earlier this month to build a four-story, 80,000-square-foot store for RH

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The Sound of Music

The Pacific Chorale, Orange County’s premier choir, gave its first live performance in over 600 days when it appeared Oct. 30 at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

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Following the Playbook

Adam Coffey’s recent exit from one of OC’s larger and fastest-growing private companies comes shortly after releasing his new book "The Exit Strategy Playbook"

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Numbers Telling a Story

A No. 23 Dodgers jersey that once belonged to Kirk Gibson is framed on the office wall of Axonics CEO Raymond Cohen

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In for the Long Haul

Coastal hotel developers face their share of challenges; then there’s Mo Honarkar

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First Impressions

Largely positive reviews are beginning to trickle in on EV upstart Rivian’s first consumer offering, the R1T pickup truck

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Musco’s Requiem

The LA Opera returned to a full season at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on Sept. 18, with a production of Verdi’s Il Trovatore

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The Register Goes Remote

The Orange County Register has cut back its local real estate presence, marking one of the more prominent examples of an OC company moving to more of a remote-working strategy

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Skate Wins

It’s been a good ride of late for the skateboarding industry, and for Orange County sponsors of the sport

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Exec Moves; Rinker’s Words

Big exec moves made their share of headlines in OC last week

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COVID Lessons

Joe Kiani foresaw the potential damage of COVID-19 and took steps before many others in early 2020 to prepare

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By Land or Sea

As readers of our annual OC’s Wealthiest edition late last month can attest, Mark Moshayedi knows his cars

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New Launches

Donald Bren is nothing if not a planner, making the timing of the Irvine Co. chairman’s secret donations that started in 2013 and now top $100 million to the California Institute of Technology nearly as interesting as the gift itself

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Keeping Fit

Office complexes and gyms, two types of real estate whose near-term future was shaky at the onset of the pandemic, are showing signs of growth again

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