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Artist Michael Johnson enjoys the digital painting process, because of its forgiving nature. “Once you’ve made a mark on a piece of paper, it stays, but digital art allows for safe exploration and the ability to make changes,” he says of the software that imitates traditional drawing and painting tools. »

As time marches into the 21st Century and we recall the cataclysmic event of the Holocaust, memories and individual stories make this increasingly distant history meaningful and real. “An Evening of Holocaust Remembrance in Words, Music, Dance, and Film” is April 20 at 7 pm in Chapman University’s Memorial Hall. The event is free and open to the public. »

Enjoy Orange more, with the arrival of new, inviting merchants and service providers to our local business community. From the elegant furnishings and décor of The Duchess on Cambridge, to Pediatric Smiles of Orange, and the trendy women's apparel available at Zae's Boutique, there's plenty of excitement in Orange as we move into Springtime. »

Celebrating its 20th Anniversary, the John Fowles Center serves to promote and advance the discipline of creative writing in all aspects, and is hosting an array of international and national writers, through May 19. »

Take a page from Lisa Gilmore's recipe file and consider making your favorite holiday dishes fresh from the Orange Home Grown Farmers Market. »

It isn’t every day that a museum opens in your own backyard featuring the work of topnotch artists depicting scenes from nearby landmarks. Such is the case with the newly opened Chapman University Hilbert Museum of California Art. »

To J.P. McDermott, it’s not so much a question of where he gets to play music or who he’s playing with, as long as he gets to play. McDermott focuses primarily on rockabilly music and covering songs from Buddy Holly, Roy Orbison, Johnny Cash, Elvis, The Beatles and more. »

Great food has become synonymous with Old Towne Orange, where new restaurants like Burger Parlor and The Pie Hole provide comfort cuisine with a gourmet touch. Meanwhile, the Orange Dietitian helps clients with custom meal planning, nutrition counseling and more. »

What Sheila Walstead loves about Polynesian dancing is that you can be any shape, any size, any age, any ethnicity; it just takes a heart. »

For the third summer in a row, 1888 and JukePop are teaming up to look for America’s next great author. The Summer Writing Project provides aspiring authors with an opportunity to write novellas and submit these stories one chapter at a time for immediate feedback from readers. »

When Orange residents gathered in May 2009 and hatched a plan to offer the community access to fresh food, this resulted in the Orange Home Grown Farmers & Artisans Market that opened two years later. »

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the OTPA, the Preservation Awards Gala is May 15th and you can nominate a deserving Old Towne Orange building and its owner(s) to be recognized for their hard work in preservation, restoration or rehabilitation of a structure. »

“Successful winemaking starts with a vineyard that dedicates time and detail to grape production and follows that with making and bottling superior wine.” »

Everyone wins, with successes like these, which is the reason why the Community Foundation of Orange was founded more than a decade ago by local citizens dedicated to preserving and enhancing a sense of community in Orange.. »

“Fermented foods are some of the most powerful superfoods on the planet,” says Chele Eades, co-creator of Wildly Fermented. »

Horticulture expert Jack Carlisle (front) and partner Luis Sardinas bring a bounty of offerings to The Potting Shed, which is located in the courtyard of Vintiques Home Décor near Ruby’s Diner. »

Featuring fresh local produce in the recipes, à la Minute Ice Cream uses liquid nitrogen to freeze very small batches of made-to-order ice cream for each customer. »

To honor veterans and acknowledge the sacrifices they make, Kathy Wayland and others decided to create a one-of-a-kind patriotic quilt, known as Stitches of Freedom to auction off and raise funds and awareness for our veterans in need. »

While some have described Moira Hahn’s paintings as “Pop-Surrealism,” she doesn’t find this an accurate description of her work, which has its roots in . . . »

Nectar Clothing - Old Towne Orange Rachel's - The Styles to Love!

It took three years for Tricia and David Kelly to find just the right space to open Nectar Clothing in Old Towne Orange, but it was worth the wait. »

Considering her unabashed love for life, it’s no wonder that Rachel included the word “love” in the name of her store, Rachel’s – The Styles To Love! »

William Houchin (center) has added a second location to complement his venerable Watch & Wares Estate Jewelry shop on South Glassell in Old Towne. »

With more than 20 instructors, The Dragonfly Studios provides a creative setting for learning something new as well as creating memories with your friends and family. »

Known as one of the most accurate predictors of the economy, Chapman University’s Economic Forecast is without a doubt one of the most enjoyable. »

It was a one-room schoolhouse, where a single teacher taught all five grades (with the littlest kids sitting in front and the older kids behind, so everyone got to . . . »

View the photographic work of Jon C. Haverstick and one prevailing theme overrides—humanity. It is his desire to open a window to the soul of those he photographs and his respect for the U.S. Armed Forces that led the photographer to undertake his “Faces of Freedom” project pictured here. »

View art and stories about those who create it at Inside Art, a feature where you can retain their images from the inside front cover of recent printed Plaza Reviews. »

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View recent Building Character stories about key Chapman University personnel and campus properties with which they are closely associated. »

Dr. Ly Nguyen and Dr. Alex Romero recently acquired Orange Circle Optometry on East Chapman. The husband-and-wife team met in Florida at optometry school, but previously lived just 15 minutes apart from each other in Orange. »

Old Orange Brewing Company has plenty of seats in the tasting room, plus a round bar where people can sit and sample craft beers, such as blonde ales, red ales and IPAs. »

View the artwork of renowned painter Marinus Welman, and it quickly becomes apparent that he and his work can't be... »


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