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Visit A Participating Anaheim Restaurant During “OC Restaurant Week” – March 1-7

This week – March 1-7 – is OC Restaurant Week and a number of fine Anaheim restaurants are participating, including: Fire & Ice Grill & Bar McCormick & Schmick’s Grille Morton’s the Steakhouse Ralph Brennan’s Jazz ...

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Huge, State-of-the-Art Scoreboard To Debut for Anaheim Ducks 2015-16 Season

This came over the transom from The Honda Center: HONDA CENTER AND ANAHEIM DUCKS TO DEBUT NEW STATE-OF-THE-ART SCOREBOARD FOR 2015-16 SEASON The New High Definition Display Will Feature An Active Video Area Four Times ...

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Anaheim Bockbier Returns To Anaheim Brewery After Three-Year Absence

The Anaheim Brewery announces the return of its Anaheim Bock Beer after a three year absence: Our latest seasonal offering is Anaheim Bockbier, a classic golden colored Maibock, just about 8% abv. This lager is ...

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Road Closures Schedule for Star Wars Half-Marathon Weekend in Anaheim

Here is the list of road closures for the Star Wars Half-Marathon Weekend in Anaheim this January 15-18 (courtesy of the City of Anaheim): Please note the following temporary road closure schedule.* Commuters are encouraged to ...

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Man Who Was Beaten, Stabbed In West Anaheim Park Expected To Survive

The OC Register reports that a man was beaten with a baseball bat and stabbed multiple times at John Marshall Park late on Wednesday night, March 25, but he is expected to survive: A man ...

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3 Anaheim Police Officers Involved In Shooting of Knife-Wielding Attacker Identified

According to the OC Register, the names have been released of the three Anaheim police officers who were involved in the fatal March shooting of a women who came at them with two knives; a ...

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Cheech Marin To Headline Orange County Family Justice Center Foundation Fundraiser

From the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce: On May 30, 2015, iconic Actor/Comedian Cheech Marin will emcee the inaugural “Runway of Strength Gala” for the Orange County Family Justice Center Foundation (OCFJC). Hosted by long-time OCFJC ...

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City-wide Food Drive Benefiting Second Harvest Food Bank: March 16-23

This came over the transom from the City of Anaheim: ANAHEIM CITYWIDE FOOD DRIVE TO BENEFIT SECOND HARVEST FOOD BANK Join us March 16-23 to help “Feed the Need” and stamp out hunger  ANAHEIM, Calif. ...

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Business and Tourism

New Disney Parks Chairman Bob Chapek (courtesy of Variety)

Bob Chapek Named New Head of Disney Theme Parks

From Bloomberg: Walt Disney Co. promoted the head of its consumer products unit, Bob Chapek, to theme-parks chairman, replacing Tom Staggs. Chapek starts immediately, Burbank, California-based Disney said Monday in an e-mailed statement. Staggs was ...

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This Friday, March 6: “Good Morning Anaheim” Breakfast by Anaheim Chamber of Commerce

This came over the transom from the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce: Networking, Business Tips, Compliance Advice and a Good Breakfast – Worth Getting Up For! The Anaheim Chamber Good Morning Anaheim Breakfast is an excellent ...

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Rep. Ed Royce Speaking At Anaheim Chamber of Commerce Legislative Committee Today

From the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce: The Anaheim Chamber of Commerce Legislative Committee will welcome 39th District US Congressman Ed Royce to their monthly meeting on February 20th, 2015.  Congressman Royce currently serves as chairman ...

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Gadfly Groups End Their Litigation Against Anaheim Convention Center Expansion

Two gadfly groups, CATER (Coalition of Anaheim Taxpayers for Economic Responsibility) and the Inland Oversight Committee (IOC) have ended their destructive litigation against the Anaheim Convention Center Expansion in exchange for the city agreeing not ...

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