There comes a time in every young adult's life when we take off the Versace eyeglasses, put down the tumbler of Maker's Mark, turn off the $17 Postal Service record and realize where we are: inside an apartment. A heated apartment. With not just one, but three blankets—not to mention about 14 scarves, 10 sweaters, four knit caps and countless pairs of socks. This Christmas, thousands of people in Orange County won't be busting out the good china, slaving over a turkey or getting in any last-minute wrapping, and it isn't because they're anti-social. No, these people (estimated at anywhere from 5,800 to 34,898—seriously) will either be on the streets or, if lucky, at a shelter. They are Orange County's homeless, and all the... More >>>