Arts and culture organizations in O.C. have emerged from the pandemic. And they’re ready to raise the bar and the level of social activity.
In contrast to previous years with the COVID-19 pandemic limiting in-person services, the O.C. Jewish community will have more opportunities to gather face-to-face for the upcoming high holiday traditions.
Surf City dining is on the upswing as our food columnist cruises Pacific Coast Highway for HB’s newest places to sip and savor.
Nearly half of the board’s 15 members have resigned, opening questions of how much work the task force can accomplish while city officials gear up for new park developments.
Some council members are considering bringing police policymaking back in house – a move that they say is worth the extra cost, citing previous use-of-force lawsuit settlements.
Residents and some business owners are calling for a full reopening of a downtown street over safety and parking concerns, while the city continues to promise big changes are coming.
Surf City council members could also change the way public comment is conducted – something that’s raised concerns from some residents.
California is investing heavily in a new model of education called community schools. Anaheim Union High School District is at the forefront of these efforts. As a result of a $23.275 million state grant and collaborative partnerships, 13 public schools are in the process of becoming community schools this year.
60,000 people celebrated Fiestas Patrias over the weekend in Santa Ana, enjoying food, live entertainment and much more.
Effort for a new logo for JWA prompts longstanding questions about whether Wayne’s name is still a good fit for OC’s only major airport.