Even though selling marijuana and CBD is now legal statewide, buying any of these cannabis products at a dispensary or retail outlet can be a shot in the dark, says a medical doctor who specializes in cannabinoid medicine.
Wellness entrepreneur to speak about benefits of slowing down By Rita Robinson, Special to the Independent Yvonne Tally was doing what she does most mornings—putting on her makeup. She was about to walk out the door to do what she normally does, teach Pilates, wellness and...
Connealy will be speaking about her cancer revolution, which is also the name of her second book, at the Inside EdgeFoundation for Education breakfast meeting at 7 a.m. next Wednesday, Sept. 26, at the Pacific Club in Newport Beach.
Long before urbanization subjugated the hills, canyons, bays and beaches of south Orange County, there was a dynamic little estuary far from the madding crowd. It nestled between the San Joaquin Hills in a pool formed by sand berms where Aliso Creek met the wide open Pacific.
It was a real-life rendition of what Susie Campbell, captain of Campbell’s Sloop, provided last year for 130 happy adult campers at the inaugural Ocean Awareness Challenge weekend on Catalina Island (Sept. 9-11, 2016).
Amid a national backlash over the proliferation of Airbnb-type short-term lodging in the past year, Laguna Beach, along with many other cities, enacted new rules that attempt to quell neighborhood discontent.
With a $16 million tax-exempt loan, the Laguna College of Art and Design will purchase and renovate what it calls its north Big Bend campus at 2825 Laguna Canyon Road and a building there now mostly occupied by a dental products company.
Hensley is building a 3,600-square-foot home at the top of Ruby Street in the Woods Cove neighborhood for his wife and 14-month-old and 10-year-old daughters. The home will replace a 1927 cottage they moved into in 2009 that he said is falling down around its ankles.