Second of two “alternate local history” accounts. Almost any area of Orange County can point to “might-have-been” scenarios. Few have quite as many, with potential huge impacts, as those that bypassed Garden […]
It’s still July, but that’s not too early to start thinking about high school sports and the changes that inevitably occur. One of the biggest developments is the possible advent of beach […]
The Angels and the Dodgers each get “C” grades for their work over the past week. The boys from Chavez Ravine had a chance to catch the NL West-leading San Francisco Giants […]
Travel with us now into a new frontier thanks to Jeff Bezos and crew …. No, we don’t mean that private rocket that propelled the billionaire Amazon founder into suborbital space […]
It’s warm out there, but not too hot to go out and enjoy the Southern California weather and the many amusements the area offers. Here’s some ideas.
Local politics, it seems, has gone national, and that may not be a good thing. What seemed like a particularly civic issue – selecting someone to fill the vacancy on the Huntington […]
While the Los Angeles Angels and Los Angeles Dodgers are in the midst of division races – the Halos battling for a wild card spot and the Dodgers for the National League […]
My column, “Am’s View,” debuted one year ago this month. Even though it has been challenging, I believe that my writing has grown and blossomed since my first article. The opportunity came […]
Ah, Summer. Movies, music, baseball and more. And the big question: who makes a better cartoon hoopster? MJ or King James? Decide for yourself.
Disneyland in Burbank? The Angels in Long Beach? Oil derricks in Garden Grove? What sort of “Twilight Zone” world is that? Well, those things do seem sort of off, but they are […]