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Once again demonstrating that Democrats want to control every facet of an individual or corporation’s life, California Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva voted yes on AB-979 that requires publicly held domestic or foreign corporations whose principal executive offices are in the state to have directors from under-represented groups. These companies have until …continue reading

At the October 6th Board of Supervisors meeting, the board unanimously passed the Orange County Disabled Veterans Business Enterprise (DVBE), co-sponsored by Chairwoman Michelle Steel and Vice Chairman Andrew Do. The project was a collaborative effort with a small group of prominent disabled veteran CEOs, recognized for their advocacy in …continue reading

In recognition of Energy Efficiency Day, Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) reminded customers that taking a few simple steps to conserve energy can reduce greenhouse gas emissions linked to climate change, and save money on utility bills. In the last five years alone, SoCalGas energy efficiency programs delivered more than …continue reading

featured graphic for Room with a View editorial. Photo of window licensed from Metro Creative Services.

We here at Orange County Breeze have been counting the days (literally) since Gov. Gavin Newsom instituted one-man rule and started issuing invasive, emotionally punishing, and economically crippling restrictions. The Governor keeps changing his criteria for loosening the restrictions that Californians live and labor under. I would like someone to …continue reading

featured graphic for Titanium Healthcare during COVID-19

Titanium Healthcare, Inc, a leading national provider of high-risk patient programs, conducted an “open air house” on Saturday at its recently acquired location in Cypress, CA. Formerly known as Ocean Pacific Primary Care, the practice will benefit from Titanium’s proven people, processes and technology to create a differentiated level of …continue reading

cover art for the 2020 October issue of OCB's Dining, Arts, and Entertainment

Top Ten Stories for September 2020 include unemployment benefits, an earthquake, Black Lives Matter, and a new rooftop bar. The Top Ten Stories for September 2020 were the most read stories at Orange County Breeze over the month of August 2020 (excluding weather forecasts and events): Unemployment benefits paid to …continue reading

cover art for the 2020 October issue of OCB's Dining, Arts, and Entertainment

Top Ten Stories for September 27 through October 3 include unemployment (still), a new rooftop bar, and local shopping. Top Ten Stories for September 27 through October 3 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Unemployment benefits paid to California …continue reading