Author Archives: Editorial Staff

Public Invited to Learn More the Anaheim Streetcar

Public Invited to Learn More the Anaheim Streetcar ANAHEIM, Calif. (March 4, 2016) – The city of Anaheim invites the community to an information meeting to learn more about the proposed Anaheim Rapid Connection streetcar project. The meeting is set for Thursday, March 17, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center, or ARTIC, at 2626 ...

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Downtown Anaheim Holding Community Yard Sale On Saturday, March 5

Downtown Anaheim Association is offering a common grounds for Anaheim residents to sell their wares and shop for second-hand goods on Saturday, March 5, 8am-1pm. Treasure seekers will be able to rummage through Center Street Anaheim in the hopes of finding unique furniture, antiques, house-hold items, electronics, clothing and collectables. In addition to providing a friendly atmosphere for residents to ...

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Murray, Nichols: “Andrea Yamasaki Is The Leader OUSD Needs”

Andrea Yamasaki is the Leader OUSD Needs By Kris Murray and Kimberlee Nichols Voters in Orange, Villa Park, Anaheim Hills and portions of Santa Ana have until midnight on Tuesday, March 1, 2016 to participate in a special “vote-by-mail” election to fill the Area 1 vacancy on the Orange Unified School District (OUSD) Board of Trustees. In this election, OUSD ...

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Join “Anaheim Reads” One Book/One City Program

This came over the transom from the City of Anaheim: Join “Anaheim Reads” One Book/One City Program Month long event to feature classic “The Maltese Falcon,”related community activities ANAHEIM, Calif. (January 28, 2016) – Anaheim residents of all ages are invited to “Anaheim Reads,” a month-long One Book/One City program designed to encourage the community to read, enjoy and discuss ...

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Downtown Anaheim 2016 Art Crawls Kick Off February 13

This came over the transom from the Downtown Anaheim Association: Downtown Anaheim Announces the 6th Year of the Art Crawl Experience Series Anaheim, California –  Celebrate local arts and culture with the 6th year of the Art Crawl Experience series. Downtown Anaheim’s Art Crawl Experience (ACE) is a quarterly art walk and arts festival which takes place on the second Saturday of February, May, August and November ...

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Mayor Pro Tem Kring, Councilwoman Murray Endorse Todd Spitzer for Re-Election

This came over the transom from the Todd Spitzer for Supervisor campaign: Spitzer re-election campaign launches with endorsements from OC GOP, all OC Supervisors and dozens of OC elected officials Orange, CA – Orange County Supervisor Todd Spitzer launched his 2016 re-election campaign with a tsunami of endorsements led by the Orange County Republican Party and followed by more than ...

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“King Tut” Held Over And Nokmeejun” Opens At Anaheim Muzeo

This came over the transom from The Muzeo: JANUARY AT MUZEO: “KING TUT” HELD OVER AND “NOKMEEJUN” OPENS Anaheim, CA (January 8, 2016) – Muzeo is pleased to announce that King Tut: “Wonderful Things” from the Pharaoh’s Tomb is being held over through January 30th. This collection of 131 replicas – one of Muzeo’s most popular exhibits to date – has also ...

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Tree Lighting Events In Anaheim This Weekend

From the City of Anaheim: Tree Lighting Events In Anaheim This Weekend ANAHEIM, Calif. (Dec. 3, 2015) Attending a tree lighting ceremony with family and friends is a fun and festive way to kick off the holiday season, and this weekend residents have two chances to enjoy Christmas cheer. Both events will include music, crafts, photos with Santa and, of ...

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Lucille Kring Fundraiser Set For November 24

This came over the transom from the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce: Dear Anaheim Business Partner,   It may seem like it is far in the distance, but believe it or not, we just passed the one year away date for next year’s Anaheim City Council elections. As close observers of Anaheim politics know, 2016 will be a big year for ...

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The County Has Alternatives To A Big Homeless Shelter At 1000 Kraemer Place

The County Has Alternatives To Big Anaheim Homeless Shelter By Chris Vance and Michael Chew On November 17, the Orange County Board of Supervisors will decide whether to spend at least $10 million on a permanent, 200-bed homeless shelter at 1000 Kraemer Place in Anaheim near the border with orange, a location overwhelmingly opposed by affected residents and businesses. We ...

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