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Fullerton is known for its music scene. It was the center of Orange County's hardcore punk music scene. Notable bands from the area have included The Adolescents, TSOL, Agent Orange, and Social Distortion. Gwen Stefani ( lead vocalist of No Doubt) attended California State University Fullerton, and performed there with the band No Doubt on several occasions. Jackson Browne, popular singer/songwriter, attended a high school in the city. Other popular groups from the area include The Offspring and Lit.
Local Newspapers: Fullerton News Tribune Fullerton Observer
Local Sports Teams: Anaheim Angels (MLB) Anaheim Mighty Ducks (NHL) LA Avengers (AFL) LA Clippers (NBA) LA Dodgers (MLB) LA Galaxy (MLS) LA Lakers (NBA) LA Kings (NHL) LA Sparks (WNBA) Cal State Fullerton Titans
Local Colleges: California State University Fullerton Western State University College of Law Hope International University Southern California college of Optometry
Zip Codes associated with fullerton, california:
92833 92831 92832 92833 92835
Towns/Cities near fullerton, california : Placentia Buena Park
Voepel supports bill to help fire disaster victims
Following the devastating fires in Northern and Southern California, a bi-partisan group of state Assembly members proposed legislation to waive certain government fees on properties located in these disaster areas.With Ed Royce retiring, Mt. SAC trustee Jay Chen says hea ll run for Congress
Lauren Guillen walks the stairs at Hillcrest Park in Fullerton with her dog Nala, she says A'This place is wonderful because it helps me think and be healthy with my companion.A', Thursday, January 11, 2018. Folks of varied ages use the stairs at Hillcrest Park in Fullerton on Thursday, January 11, 2018.$2.5 million in proposed state budget could help open doors at the Fox Theatre in Fullerton
A $2.5 million boost in funding for the restoration of the Fox Theatre in the proposed 2018-19 state budget could help open the theater's doors as a regular venue. The funding, part of a budget proposed last week by Gov.Jerry Brown, would go toward the Fox earning its certificate of occupancy a key step that would let the theater be used for more events.De Leon: #Trending: Move over Salt Bae, 2018 Chef Superstar is here
The Turkish chef turned 'meme' who broke the Internet after demonstrating how to salt meat with flair. And heck we fell in love! Thus, Nurset Gokce became 2017's first real viral sensation as his image and several versions were reproduced all over the world.Cal State Fullerton arts community spawns performance company 'The Wayward Artist'
In the span of an hour on the night of Saturday, Jan. 6, eight performers had to create more than a half dozen songs, advertise mops as an economical version of lightsabers and recreate a mystery about actor Zac Efron supposedly being murdered in a bowling alley. The Wayward Artist is a new theater company led by Cal State Fullerton alums and faculty that will officially have its first performance, Godspell, in April at the Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana.No. 7 UC San Diego's Rally Falls Short in 8-7 Exhibition Loss
Seventh-ranked University of California San Diego's rally from an 8-1 deficit fell just short in an 8-7 loss to Hope International University in exhibition baseball action that was completed on Saturday night at Triton Ballpark. The first two-plus frames were played to a scoreless tie on Friday night, before heavy fog forced the postponement.The flu and winter weather have caused another problem: Less blood donations
Blood tech Grace Price chats with sisters Jill, left, and Lynn Taylor, of Hacienda Heights, as they settle in to watch a movie while they give platelets at the American Red Cross' Fullerton Blood Donation Center in Fullerton on Friday, Jan. 5, 2018. "WeA*re retired."Snow Day" returns to Fullerton
The annual "Snow Day" event hosted by the city's Parks and Recreation Department returns from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Jan 27 to the Brea Dam, 1700 N. Harbor Blvd. There will be three 75-foot sled runs, a toddler sled run, a play zone, carnival games, bounces houses, crafts and various food. Early registration is $15, with admission being $18 the day of the event.Saddleback College graduates more than 1,200
Rabbi Peter Levi of Temple Beth El of South Orange County gives the Invocation during Saddleback College's Commencement Ceremony. Posters saying "Respect All Beliefs," "Separate Church and State," and "Respect Everyone's Beliefs," were held up as Rabbi Peter Levi gave his speech during Saddleback College's Commencement Ceremony.Tight Market Brings Record-High Comp for Industrial
Western Realco sells a new free-standing warehouse with two-story office here for $32.5 million after redeveloping the property on spec and razing a vacant 88,000-square-foot office building. Get alerted any time new stories match your search criteria.Sunshine Metals, Inc., Relocating to Corona
DAUM Commercial Real Estate Services has directed an 8-year lease of a 68,395 square-foot freestanding industrial warehouse in Corona, California, on behalf of the lessor, according to Chris Migliori, an Executive Vice President at DAUM's Orange County office. The property features 10,655 square feet of high-quality office space, six dock-high loading doors, 2,000 amps of power, and a fully installed high pile racking system, a showroom, and 1,000 square feet of bonus mezzanine.Massive waste closes river trail, forces out homeless
A group from the Fullerton College women's basketball team walk past a pile of waste and garbage on the Santa Ana riverbed enroute to giving out food to homeless people who live across from Honda Center on Tuesday. Some are skeptical about the reasoning, but County of Orange officials say a chunk of the Santa Ana River Trail will be closed for up to three months to restore the environment and protect the flood channel.Pieology opens secret research restaurant aimed at outcooking build-your-own pizza rivals
Authentic teachers are approachable, passionate, attentive and capable, according to a study co-authored by a Cal State Fullerton assistant professor. Most aspiring teachers likely aim to be the free-spirited Ms.Cal State Fullerton professor and students in biology earn national honors
A Cal State Fullerton biologist and three students were lauded in the fall by the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans at its National Diversity in STEM Conference in Salt Lake City. Bill Hoese, professor of biological science, won the outstanding college/university mentor award for his "exemplary service and deep commitment" to students, particularly underrepresented future scientists.JesAos Aguirre Comes Home
JesAos last week, in white at center. His heroic mom and dad to his rear and right.
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