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Goth-pop duo, THE HAXANS – Ash Costello (New Years Day) and Matt Montgomery (Rob Zombie) – have announced that they will be celebrating this year’s spooky season in the most outrageously ghoulish fashion with an exclusive musical residency at Southern California’s largest Halloween event, Knott’s Scary Farm. Tickets for Knott’s …continue reading

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The nation’s most prestigious, highly competitive, regional juried Fine Art Show at the Festival of Arts in Laguna Beach is now accepting artist applications for the 2022 Fine Art Show. Featuring original artwork from Orange County’s finest artists and juried by some of the most recognized names in West Coasts’ …continue reading

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As California kicks off Climate Week 2021, the California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority) released its latest Sustainability Report: Building an Equitable Future, detailing how this first-in-the nation project positively contributes to the climate change struggle and helps build the most technologically advanced, electrified, and equitable transportation system in California. Electrified …continue reading

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The Senior Center in Central Park and the Huntington Beach Council on Aging are presenting a community festival highlighting senior service providers, community groups, city departments, healthy foods and a diverse lineup of entertainment. Together Again will offer seniors a chance to reconnect with friends and discover new resources in …continue reading

Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva, representing Assembly District 65 in California, after COVID-19.

Please join me for a Virtual Breakfast Club with Secretary of State, Shirley Weber on Friday, September 24 at 9:00 A.M. I will discuss legislative updates, California Voting, and advice for the Assembly District 65 residents going forward during the pandemic. Submit questions please send to [email protected] prior to the …continue reading

U.S. Bancorp (NYSE: USB) announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire MUFG Union Bank’s core regional banking franchise from Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (NYSE: MUFG) in a transaction that will bring together two premier organizations with a focus on being the leader in serving customers and …continue reading

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Almost one year after Governor Newsom’s EDD “Strike Team” released findings on the failures of the Employment Development Department (EDD), legislative Democrats once again postponed an audit hearing that would have provided oversight to the state’s failed EDD. This critical hearing was originally scheduled for August 17, postponed to August …continue reading

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Supervisor Donald P. Wagner, working with the VALOR veterans organization and numerous local officials, announced that 19 out of 34 cities in Orange County now support designating Anaheim Hills as the preferred Orange County location for a State veterans’ cemetery. Since taking office in 2019, Supervisor Wagner has collaborated with …continue reading

featured graphic for Michelle Steel, Congresswoman for California’s 48th District, after COVID-19

On Friday, September 17th, Rep. Michelle Steel (CA-48) hosted a roundtable event at Heroes Hall in Costa Mesa with House Veterans Affairs Committee Ranking Member Mike Bost, members of the Orange County Veterans Cemetery Coalition and Rep. Steel’s Veterans Advisory Board. The participants discussed issues facing the veterans’ community in …continue reading

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The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) has scheduled and overnight closure of northbound and southbound SR-73 between La Paz Road and Moulton Parkway starting on Tuesday, September 21 and continuing weeknights until the morning of Saturday, September 25. The scheduled closures will be as follows: Tuesday-Thursday evenings: 10:00 p.m. through …continue reading