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Ask the Experts: As a dancer, how can I help the flexibility in my ankles?

Chris Phillips, an Athletic Trainer, Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Sports Safety Specialist, provides tips on how to improve ankle mobility.

Crime Beat podcast digs into OC’s most compelling & mysterious

By JACKIE MOETrue-crime podcast listeners will indulge in Crime Beat for its gripping storytelling, mysterious nature and...

New podcast amplifies voice of Golden State Killer’s victims

By JACKIE MOEJoseph James DeAngelo Jr., highly publicized as the Golden State Killer, is alleged to have...

Piff the Magic Dragon slays with sarcasm and illusion

By JACKIE MOEPiff the Magic Dragon has got to be one of the most bizarre, hilarious and incredible...

Ask the Experts: Sleep better, dance better

By Dr. Chris KouturesFor all of us, sleep is an important part of maintaining optimum health. For dancers...

Actor Justin Long chats ‘Life is Short,’ new celeb-filled podcast

Justin Long shares his thoughts on his brand new podcast “Life Is Short,” which discusses life experiences with a diverse lineup of celebrity guests.

Comedy writer Lesley Arfin is ‘Filling the Void’ with new podcast

The creator of the hit Netflix series ‘Love’ and HBO’s comedy series 'Girls' writer Lesley Arfin chats with fellow celebrity friends about how they spend their free time in her new podcast.

Margaret Cho chats about new celeb-filled podcast

Margaret Cho's new podcast "The Margaret Cho" offers a series of intimate interviews with celebrities you love and know and artists you might not know, but should.

Actress Ingrid Haas explores true love and heartache in new podcast

Wondery’s new series "The Moment" is all about love, relationships and the sometimes bumpy road to commitment with host Ingrid Haas.

Actress Aasha Davis chats about new sex-themed game show podcast

Aasha Davis dishes about her new game show-formatted podcast “Sex For Money” that begins streaming on Aug. 7 on the Earios network.

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Q&A: Broadway musical ‘Aladdin’ flies into Costa Mesa

By JACKIE MOEFor the first time ever, Costa Mesa will be introduced to a whole new world.

Disney and CHOC lace up shoes for charity 5k...

By Mark Eades, Backstage SoCalGet your walking shoes ready, it’s time to start preparing for the 2018 CHOC Walk in the Park, presented by...

Rocker Phil Vandermost to play double shows in Costa...

Wind down your weekend at Old Vine Kitchen & Bar with drink specials and bar bites and enjoy live music featuring some of OC’s top local solo performers playing from 4:30 – 7:30 pm every Sunday. Styles ranging from classic rock, alternative, Americana, soul and more.

New foundation aims to inspire and support music education...

Freshly launched Music Preserves Foundation's mission is to inspire greater understanding and appreciation for music and provide cultural opportunities and music and arts education year-round.

Local Spotlight

‘Wicked’ star performs with OCSA’s aspiring Broadway students

Before she was belting out "Defying Gravity" as Elphaba in the Broadway and national tour of Tony Award-winning Wicked, Jessica Vosk was...

Local Experts

Don’t Lose Your Step: Tips For Dancers to Stay in Shape in Isolation

Tips for keeping your body in shape and dance ready while at home – even without the studio or gym.

When the Curtain Rises – Returning to Dance in the COVID World

When the studios reopen and classes resume, dancers envision parading across the floor in the company of peers and wowing audiences hungry...

Dancers: Social Distancing and Home Isolation – Now What?

Now that essential social distancing/home isolation needs have replaced all the practices, rehearsals, performances, and competitions, what can dancers and performers do?

Athlete Eating Disorder: How to identify and get help

Eating disorders are one of the biggest risks faced by dancers, particularly women. The focus on size, shape and weight can put...

Backstage Q&A

Q&A with legend Herb Alpert: ‘Artists are our second responders’

Rock & Roll Hall of Famer and visual artist icon Herb Alpert talks about why, more than ever, the world needs artists.

No theater? No problem! OCSA students will perform ‘Now. Here. This.’ virtually

Author of musical "Now. Here. This." Susan Blackwell reimagines musical with OCSA students to create virtual theater experience in a COVID world.

Soap opera diva Arianne Zucker talks live COVID charity event, new podcast & more

Soap opera fans can see their favorite daytime television stars virtually gather this Saturday, May 9 for the "Daytime Cares: A Live Event," a live variety show featuring soap stars of the past and present.

Legendary saxman Tom Scott is ready to bring the funk to O.C.

Grammy Award-winning iconic saxophonist, composer and arranger Tom Scott is coming to Orange County to perform his countless hits with his celebrated...