It’s been a long time since I’ve dedicated any comments to arts related matters in Santa Ana. But with the Arts & Culture Master Plan being developed this week through a series of meetings seeking community input, there’s been plenty to talk about. In fact, there hasn’t been enoug time to talk about everything, so… Read More The Arte Santa Ana Podcast Resurges on Soundcloud
No, I haven’t dropped this subject. Nor will I. Granted, Santa Ana Stadium isn’t only a soccer venue. It stages all kinds of events and it will continue to do so. But why not with some sorely-needed renovation? Pro soccer continues to grow and evolve around the country and not only in the now overly-mentioned… Read More A Map for Renovating Santa Ana Stadium
The decades-old downtown Santa Ana business Teri Cigar Company near First and Main streets is going out of business. The heirs to the business posted the following notice on their Facebook page. They blame ever-increasing taxes and government, likely regulations for their demise. May 9, 2014 Friends and Customers, We here at Teri Cigar Company would… Read More Teri Cigar Company: Going Out of Business
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The sleeper game news out of WWDC last week was that Apple plans to fold actual Apple-baked game controller support into iOS 7 as well as OS X 10.9. Alas, it doesn’t entail an Apple-crafted controller, only third-party licensed game controller support, and yes, iOS already has game controller support courtesy Bluetooth;…
For a preview of an article that I contributed to the Santa Ana Register that debuts tomorrow, click here. The Register informs: The Santa Ana Register is a new weekly newspaper covering the city of Santa Ana. It will be delivered Thursdays to Orange County Register subscribers. To subscribe, call customer service at 1-877-627-7009. In… Read More The Santa Ana Register Returns as a Weekly, Starting Tomorrow
It must be asked. How is Downtown Santa Ana doing? How does it compare to other downtowns? The answer is obvious, (not so well) but let’s take a look at some of the downtown’s strengths and weaknesses. Strengths What’s good about Downtown Santa Ana? Original brands. This is one area where the downtown sets itself… Read More DTSA: How Are We Doing?
Who said there were no Mexican capitalists? Who? Here is a rare interview with Mexican mogul Carlos Slim, who is Forbes Magazine’s wealthiest man in the world. He’s also Larry King’s boss. He owns the new and upcoming online network, Ora TV, on which Larry King and others have shows. He’s known for his telephony… Read More Carlos Slim on Larry King Now