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Sei Fujii spent most of his life fighting for the civil rights of Japanese Americans. This weekend, he'll return to Huntington Beach to help preserve part of their immigrant history. It won't be the real Fujii, who passed away in 1954. But even in...
The 74th Assembly District candidates raked each other over the coals during the "Feet to the Fire" panel Thursday night. Assemblyman Allan Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa), Newport Beach Councilwoman Leslie Daigle, and Newport Beach businessman and Democrat Bob...
The official title of Sunday's show at Golden West College is Bands and Bellies VIII. To a scorekeeper, though, it's more like Bands and Bellies 1, Community 7. Over the last two years, producers Alec C. Marken and Sarah "al Nour" Baxter have hosted...
The waste management company that owns an historic Huntington Beach church property has offered to help pay to relocate what some have called the most important surviving Asian American site in Orange County. Sue Gordon, the vice president of public...
Finding new restaurants to review is often an adventure and sometimes a challenge. We get press releases, read industry magazines, get recommendations from enthusiastic readers who have discovered some neighborhood spot and drive around looking for new...
Tags: Dining and Drinking, Restaurants, Shrimp, Ice Cream, California
This is a response to the letters posted after Assemblyman Jim Silva's statement on illegal immigration ("Children are important factor in immigration," Mailbag, June 2). I will not speak for Silva, but as I read it, both of the letters express...
We all can agree that immigration reform is a very complicated issue. Assemblyman Jim Silva's recent column, ("Amnesty for illegal immigrants not the answer," Community Commentary, May 19) illustrates the complexity of immigration reform particularly for...
Tacos will be going global when Taco Asylum opens at the Camp in Costa Mesa on Thursday. The same masterminds that brought us the delicious Haven Gastropub in Old Towne Orange are thinking out of the box when it comes to tacos. They're serving up...
The old church building looks forlorn at Warner Avenue and Nichols Street, its windows boarded up and the sign that juts over the sidewalk mostly smashed. From a distance, the structure doesn't give many indications of the role it once played in Orange...
Tags: History, Sociology, Huntington Beach, Minority Groups, Homes
Editor's note: This corrects the headline. In a recent speech, President Barack Obama called the border between the United States and Mexico "secure." He offered an illegal immigration reform plan that gives amnesty to those currently here illegally...
I was surfing the web and saw the article on the proposed skate park Vans is willing to build for the city on Center Avenue near Gothard Street ("Council approves report for proposed skate park," April 21). As a bona fide "old guy" living in the downtown...
It was a long and brutal campaign season, marked by slurs, wild accusations, charges of racism, attack ads and partisan bickering. Outside of Huntington Beach and Fountain Valley, that is. Californians, and Americans in general, can be forgiven for...
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