Gustavo Arellano

Gustavo Arellano

Host, 'Orange County Line'

Gustavo Arellano is a longtime KCRW contributor with his weekly "Orange County Line" commentary, his frequent appearances on "Good Food with Evan Kleiman" and his yearly #TortillaTournament contest. He's a columnist with the Los Angeles Times, a journalism professor at Orange Coast College and an all-around cholo nerd.

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Miguel Pulido isn’t seeking reelection as the mayor of Santa Ana, passing the baton for the first time in 26 years.

Santa Ana Mayor Miguel Pulido is not running for reelection after 26 years in office

Miguel Pulido isn’t seeking reelection as the mayor of Santa Ana, passing the baton for the first time in 26 years.

from Greater LA

Behold Ask a Tortilla Tournament Judge, in which longtime KCRW nerd Gustavo Arellano takes your question about tortillas!

Ask a Tortilla Expert: Where can I get the best everyday tortilla in L.A?

Behold Ask a Tortilla Tournament Judge, in which longtime KCRW nerd Gustavo Arellano takes your question about tortillas!

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Andrew Do v. Sergio Contreras race for OC Board of Supervisors is about Vietnamese and Latino voters

In Orange County, one race to watch is for the seat on the County Board of Supervisors for District 1, which includes the cities of Santa Ana, Garden Grove, and Westminster.

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