Author Archives: Editorial Staff

Senator Umberg Introduces Bill To Increase Renters Tax Credit

From Senator Tom Umberg’s office: Senator Tom Umberg (D-Santa Ana) announced his support and co-authorship of Senate Bill 248, a bill that would reduce individual housing costs by increasing tax credits for renters throughout California. “The 34th Senate District, like many others across the state, includes numerous neighborhoods where the cost of rent is simply astounding,” said Senator Umberg. “With ...

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New Muzeo Exhibit: Papel Chicano Dos – Works On Paper From The Collection of Cheech Marin

A new exhibit is coming to Anaheim Muzeo later this month: “Papel Chicano Dos: Works on Paper – The Collection of Cheech Marin.” The exhibit will present 65 artworks by 24 established and emerging artists. According to the Muzeo: “Dating from the late 1980s to present day, their work demonstrates a myriad of techniques from watercolor and aquatint to paste and ...

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Boudin Baker Pursues New Career Path with Disney’s Free Tuition Program

From the Disneyland Resort: Baker Laurel Ehrichs enjoys working closely with the bread-making equipment at Pacific Wharf Café in Disney California Adventure Park because of her interest in machinery. In fact, she often works with the Resort’s Facilities team, when they inspect the equipment to ensure it is running smoothly. So, when Laurel learned about Disney Aspire, Disney’s education investment ...

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Sixth Graders Earn Disneyland Park Tickets for Mentoring Younger Students

Sixth-grade students at Sunkist Elementary School in Anaheim provided technology, reading, and math peer tutoring services on a weekly basis to help younger students as part of Disneyland Resort’s Happiest Class on Earth program. Launched in 2016, the 10-year program recognizes Anaheim sixth-grade students with theme park tickets to Disneyland Resort when they complete projects that enrich their school or ...

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heART Crawl Anaheim-A Ride to Love This Saturday, Feb. 9

From Downtown Anaheim: Take a lovely stroll in Downtown Anaheim to see local art and culture at the first Art Crawl of 2019! Downtown Anaheim’s quarterly art walk and arts festival, Art Crawl Experience (ACE) returns February 9th from 6pm-10pm! Guests to the event will revel in the artsy attractions ranging from artists demonstrating their creative process to craftspeople showcasing ...

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Downtown Disney Grows With Opening of Ballast Point

From the Disneyland Resort: The popular San Diego-based craft brewer, Ballast Point Brewing Company, opened the first-ever brewery in the Downtown Disney District on Jan. 16. The restaurant features more than 50 styles of beer across 100 taps, and a delicious menu of Southern California favorites. The opening of Ballast Point is the latest of several new and revamped restaurants, ...

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Disneyland Resort Sponsors Anaheim’s First Ramped Playground for Children with Disabilities

From the Disneyland Resort: On Jan. 26, more than 300 volunteers from the Disneyland Resort, city of Anaheim, Anaheim Family YMCA and the community joined KaBOOM! to build a playground with accessible play features for children with disabilities in just six hours at Barton Park in Anaheim. The new playground is the 11th Disney-sponsored KaBOOM! playground in Anaheim, and Anaheim’s ...

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UPDATE – PARADE POSTPONED – OC Black History Parade & Cultural Faire Is February 2 In Downtown Anaheim

  UPDATE: THE PARADE HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO EXPECTED RAINS TOMORROW. From the City of Anaheim: Join us in downtown Anaheim on Saturday, Feb. 2 for an exciting celebration of culture and heritage at the 39th annual Orange County Black History Month Parade & Cultural Faire. The yearly event brings some 8,000 people together to mark the contributions of ...

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UNITE-HERE Local 11’s Stunt Threatens Orange County Workers

This opinion article was originally published in the Orange County Register on January 25, 2019 By Reuben Franco and Kris Murray A small faction of radical left-wing unionists has been working over the past decade to establish their political dominance in Orange County. They refuse to engage in constructive dialog and regularly put their own political interests ahead of others, including ...

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OC Clerk-Recorder Moving North County Office To Anaheim

Orange County Clerk-Recorder Hugh Nguyen will be moving his North County Branch Office in Fullerton to a new location in Anaheim in an effort to address increasing demand for services and also to offer expanded services. Clerk-Recorder Nguyen is looking to have the new office up and running in February 2019. The current North County Branch office in Fullerton has ...

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