Here’s how Goldenvoice’s newest Southern California festival stacks up to its most recent onesOriginal Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/06/26/how-arroyo-seco-weekend-compares-to-coachella-stagecoach-desert-trip/
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have 40 years on the books now — that’s the point of the band’s current tour — so it almost seems unfair to only get 19 songs in a headlining set on the first day of the inaugural Arroyo Seco Weekend in Pasadena on Saturday, June 24.
But that ended up making for two hours of music, and in the end the fans who packed the festival grounds in front of the Oaks Stage — and we really mean packed; more on that in a bit — probably heard most of the hits they came
A Powerball ticket worth nearly half a million dollars was recently purchased at a gas station in Anaheim, according to California Lottery officials.
Estela Arias, who matched all five numbers except for the Powerball number, was rewarded with a $480,287 payout. If she had hit the Powerball number, the jackpot would have been $228 million.
Her numbers for the draw on May 20 were 45-5-47-54 and 22 and she only missed the Powerball number 3.
Arias, who declined to say what city she is from, purchased the winning ticket at the Chevron station at 1198 S. State College Blvd. Initially, she only
COSTA MESA — A man who is believed to have robbed a gas station Monday night was quickly arrested after fleeing the scene, police said.
A man approached the attendant working at the Arco gas station at 2490 Fairview Road at about 5 p.m. Monday, June 19, and simulated having a weapon, Costa Mesa Police Department Sgt. David Casarez said.
He demanded money from the cash register and fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.
The man was found a few minutes later at Civic Center Park and arrested without incident, Casarez said. Richard L. Pemplin, 67, a transient of Costa
Forever views from the mountains to the sea, wildflowers in abundance, green grasses that we haven’t seen in years.
With the official start of summer just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to explore our county that just happens to be at its best after the storms of winter.
Below we offer five great hikes — walks if you prefer. But stepping out also means choosing where and when to go to minimize heat and maximize shade.
There aren’t too many places in Orange County that offer both cool ocean breezes and big trees, so be sure to add timing to the mix. My skin
COSTA MESA An explosive device was detonated by the Orange County Sheriff Department’s bomb squad Sunday, June 18, after it was found on the front lawn of a Costa Mesa home, police said.
Costa Mesa police officers were called to the 900 block of Darrell Street at around 6 p.m. after the homeowner discovered what appeared to be a firework-looking device wrapped in plastic with an exposed fuse, said Costa Mesa police Sgt. Matt Selinske.
The bomb squad arrived and blew the device up inside a bomb-proof container, Selinske said.
The incident and the device remain under investigation by the bomb squad
There are the obvious things that need to be done in a real estate transaction that take coordination between the buyers and sellers when the sellers are still living in the house.
Like when buyers and the home inspector can literally take over the house for three to four hours. Like when the appraiser can make arrangements to collect all the data necessary to generate his or her report. And when the buyers can perform their final walk-through.
There are a few more events that tend to occur toward the end of escrow that can take some coordination to avoid miscalculations, misunderstandings,
TUSTIN — A man seen on video surveillance stealing packages from front porches of homes last month was arrested on suspicion of the thefts in the Old Town Tustin on Thursday, police said.
A man was spotted about 11 a.m. on Thursday, June 8, parked in a black Mercedes that had also been seen on surveillance video, police said. Officers set up surveillance at the scene and a short time later, the man returned to the car and began unloading property from the car, the Tustin Police Department said in a statement.
That’s when officers took Maurice Pamatmat, 31, into custody
Fossils discovered in Morocco are the oldest known remains of Homo sapiens, scientists reported on Wednesday, June 7, a finding that rewrites the story of mankind’s origins and suggests that our species evolved in multiple locations across the African continent.
“We did not evolve from a single ‘cradle of mankind’ somewhere in East Africa,” said Philipp Gunz, a paleoanthropologist at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, and a co-author of two new studies on the fossils, published in the journal Nature. “We evolved on the African continent.”
Until now, the oldest known fossils of our species dated