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January 01, 1990 - July 16, 2013 + Orange County Line
Gustavo Arellano on the one tax OC residents tolerate.
Gustavo Arellano on efforts in his hometown to make city council elections by districts instead of at-large.
Gustavo Arellano offers some advice for the new guy in charge of getting tourists to visit Orange County.
Gustavo Arellano on the Register's refusal to raise hell.
Gustavo Arellano on the proposal to take out Newport Beach's fire pits.
Gustavo Arellano on what the demise of a local blog says about Orange County's (lack of a) blogging scene.
Gustavo Arellano talks about Disneyland's record-setting crowds — and Disney's decision to stop ticket specials for Southern California residents
Gustavo Arellano talks about the controversy surrounding the San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant.
This past weekend, the annual Tet Parade was held in Little Saigon, in honor of Vietnamese New Year. Left out were LGBT Vietnamese, banned by...
A year ago, GOP presidential candidates were demonizing illegal immigrants. This week, national party leaders are proposing immigration reform that amounts to an amnesty.
Last week marked the passing of former Orange County treasurer-tax collector Robert Citron, the man at the center of OC's infamous 1994 municipal bankruptcy...
Over a decade ago, Orange County voters approved a measure clearing the way for a transformation of the former El Toro Marine base into a Great Park...
Aaron Kushner has made national headlines for his radical plan to revamp the Orange County Register--hire up, not down, expand pages, and de-emphasize the web....