Orange Coast Magazine's March 2021 Issue

Orange Coast Magazine's March 2021 Issue

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Orange Coast magazine's March 2021 issue features one year after stay-at-home orders were first issued, we provide a look at where we are now. The past year has forced us to take stock, innovate, and reassess everything we do. We asked entrepreneurs, educators, fitness professionals, arts and nonprofits leaders, health care workers, an economist, and readers for their thoughts.

UC Irvine alum Melissa King is the latest winner of “Top Chef All-Stars,” Bravo’s culinary competition show. King is the quintessential entrepreneurial chef and uses her platform to partner with nonprofits supporting minority communities.

Peter Keller has led Bowers Museum for three decades, and he says he’s just getting started.

People & Places
Opener | A verdant field in Irvine
’Hoods | Fresh and distinctive finds in Lake Forest
Perfect Getaway | Discover the rugged grandeur of the Oregon Coast.
Culturephile | Kim Stanley Robinson’s latest sci-fi novel explores the future challenges of climate change.
O.C. Events | Classical and jazz concerts, festivals, and more

Style & Home
Opener | The mouth-blown glass flare candleholder designed by Hay
Style Talk | Small-batch, eco-friendly clothing from Mesa
Finds | Welcome spring with floral prints.
On The Market | A San Juan Capistano property has a pathway lined with garden spaces.
Sourced | Style your home in Pantone’s colors of the year.

Food & Drink
Opener and Main Course | Delectable dishes and bold drinks combine at Chato’s Bar and Grill in Santa Ana.
5 Questions With … | Co-founder of Taylor Made Cuisine in Irvine
Food Trends | Shop market essentials from these local restaurants.

And so much more!

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