FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 6, 2016 Contact: David Mansdoerfer Email: email@example.com FORMER ASSEMBLYMAN AND COSTA MESA MAYOR ALLAN MANSOOR ANNOUNCES CAMPAIGN FOR COSTA MESA CITY COUNCIL Costa Mesa, CA – Today, former State Assemblyman Allan Mansoor announced his candidacy for Costa Mesa City Council. Mansoor will by vying for one of three available seats on […]
You really should be spending time with your friends and family celebrating Independence Day instead of reading a political blog, but since you’re here, let’s remember the principles and sacrifices behind this document that came over the transom 240 years ago today… IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776. The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of […]
Meanwhile off the Presidential campaign trail, the California legislature continues to prove it is controlled by people who will not stand for any dissenting opinions even from religious colleges. Recently the State Senate passed SB 1146 (Lara – D) the so called Equity in Higher Education Act (at the time of this post, SB 1146 […]
ReadyBoost can speed up your computer by using storage space on most USB flash drives and flash memory cards. When you plug a ReadyBoost -compatible storage device into your computer, the AutoPlay dialog box offers you the option to speed up your computer using ReadyBoost . If you select this option, you can choose how…
ClearType is a tool that improves the readability of the text on your LCD screen. So if you feel the text isn’t displaying sharply, use ClearType. The tool will take you through a series of screens, much like an eye exam, to help you achieve the sharpest text possible. To turn on ClearType Open the…
Just in case you have not heard, Windows XP’s official EOL (End of Life) is April 8, 2014. After that date, Microsoft will no longer support it. What does that mean? Well…on the second Tuesday of every month, Microsoft sends out Windows Updates. Many of these are security patches designed to fix any security problems…
Artist Interview with Andy Davis by Amanda Raynes Artists Republic is pleased to showcase YOWZA, a solo exhibition by Andy Davis opening Saturday July 23rd from 6-9pm. Andy Davis has made a successful career through his highly recognizable surf inspired art for over twenty years now. His work has been shown in galleries all over […]
In-N-Out Burgers Inc. President Lynsi Snyder made a rare public appearance today at the Disneyland Hotel to pick up the 2016 Most Trustworthy Leader Award, while her Irvine–based company beat co-finalists Yard House USA Inc. in Irvine and BJ’s Restaurants Inc. in Huntington Beach for top honors in the restaurant chain category.
4:30 p.m., Venice Los de Abajo is a Southern California printmaking collective whose members strive to keep alive the Latin American tradition of printmaking while also experimenting with new techniques and individual expression. Their show “Division: Reflections and Shadows” at SPARC in Venice, Calif., an Art Deco former police station, is socially-engaged in a way […]
Local artists Alyssa Arney and Liz Flynn are very aware of the superficial nature of Southern California, where beauty is valued over health, and the constant presence of advertising is louder, brighter, and more attractive than honesty. Finding their way, separately, toward fiber arts, was an important journey for each artist, but finding their way toward each […]
The Orange Coast Review is Orange Coast College’s literary journal. The current issue (which I art directed) contains sixteen pages of art from mostly local artists working in various media, including works by Bradford Salamon, Lindsay Buchman, Pamela Diaz Martinez, Nguyen Ly and Riley Waite, who is represented by two pieces from his Playing With […]
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