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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
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DESIRING A QUIETER APPROACH... to the holiday season doesn't mean that you want to do away, totally, with some of its hallmarks, touchstones, and tenets. Just because you don't want to devour a dozen snowman-shaped sugar cookies each day doesn't mean that you don't want a gingerbread slice now and then.Framroze Virjee to become Cal State Fullerton's interim president Jan. 1
Framroze Virjee, an executive and general counsel for the Cal State University Board of Trustees, was appointed as Cal State Fullerton's interim president Wednesday. He will succeed outgoing President Mildred Garcia, who is leaving to become president of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, on Jan. 1 and is scheduled to serve in the role until June 2019.Departing Cal State Fullerton president vows 'Once a Titan, Always a Titan'
On April 3, 2013, nearly one year after I arrived at California State University, Fullerton as its fifth CSU board-appointed president, I welcomed Orange County Register readers to the inaugural section of the weekly column you're reading now. Since penning that first "Titan Voices," I've had the honor of publishing more than 50 others, and it is with mixed emotions that I now write my final column as the university's president.Cal State University extends application deadline for select campuses, programs
There's some good news for students who missed the Cal State University admissions deadline: some campuses are still taking applications. The deadline to apply for fall was Nov. 30. But some campuses are offering extensions "if the campus or programs have availability," said spokeswoman Toni Molle.Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: Ia ll be the one washing the dishes at your holiday party
It's the holidays right now, and you know what that means: A lot of forced conversation with people whom you may or may not like. In fact, if you're crammed into a house with too many people, it's hard to even find a quiet space to get away.California Democrats Temporarily Lose Assembly Supermajority
California Democrats will be without a supermajority in the Assembly for months and risk losing the two-thirds edge needed to pass tax and fee increases in the Senate. When lawmakers return in January, they will have two vacant Assembly seats that won't be filled until at least April after Los Angeles members resigned amid sexual misconduct allegations.EPA to list North Basin site for expedited cleanup
City officials have been notified the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency plans to list the "Orange County North Basin Groundwater Site" on a National Priorities List. The basin is a 5-square-mile area of Fullerton, Anaheim and Placentia known to contain contaminants.Orange County restaurants shut down by health inspectors
Rancho Las Lomas, 19191 Lawrence Canyon, Silverado; failure to comply with notice of violation ; closed Dec. 7, reopened Dec. 7. Sur La Table at Irvine Spectrum Center, 701 Spectrum Center Drive, Irvine; insufficient hot water/plumbing in disrepair, permit downgraded to prepackaged foods only; closed Dec. 6. Pho Banh Mi Che Cali Bakery & Restaurant, 1000 S. Harbor Blvd., Fullerton; cockroach infestation; closed Dec. 1, reopened Dec. 2. This list is published online every Friday with closures from the previous seven days and is not usually updated.After decades in the shadows, O.C. liberal activists take center stage
The estimated 20,000 attendees at Santa Ana's Jan. 21 Women's March was is widely believed to be the biggest left-leaning demonstration in Orange County's history. The event, which took place in more than 400 U.S. cities, was touted as the country's largest single-day protest.The Costa Mesa-based El Pollo Loco chain opened a restaurant at 2480 River Road in Norco on Dec. 7.
A remodeled El Pollo Loco features long communal tables, red barstools, cushioned booth seating, red brick walls, and Edison-style spider lights, with slate floor tiles, wood trusses, and aqua colored bistro chairs. The chain is going for a rustic, natural look to go with its authentic fire grilled chicken menu.Daxon: Making a clean sweep of Brea's streets
That is when we know to keep the vehicles off the street because the sweeper and the parking enforcement officer will be coming through. Brea's roads have had street sweeper service for more than 50 years, but in 2009 our city leaders promoted a new, improved street-sweeping system that included two part-time parking control officers in compact pickup trucks to ticket vehicles parked on the street on sweeping day.Crews quickly knock down Fullerton vegetation fire
Firefighters from several agencies responded shortly after 7 p.m. to reports of a vegetation fire behind a home in the 900 block of West Laguna Road, Fullerton Fire Department Division Chief Kathy Schaefer said.Fullerton officials deny improperly forcing air-combat fantasy camp out of its longtime airport home
FULLERTON City officials are pushing back against a lawsuit alleging that they improperly forced an aerial-combat fantasy camp out of its longtime home at the Fullerton Airport, as the City Council has approved a new tenant for the business' former hangar. City officials on Tuesday evening released a statement saying that Air Combat USA failed to exercise an option to extend its lease in a timely fashion, contradicting a claim raised by the business in a recently-filed lawsuit that the city refused to negotiate an extension.Fullerton City Council backs development plan for Fox Theatre adjacent properties
Sean Emery is a crime and public safety reporter for the Register who covers state and federal courts and criminal justice issues. He has worked for the Register since 2006, previously covering breaking news, the city of Irvine, the Orange County Great Park, and the city of San Juan Capistrano.Dr. Jocelyn Elders Named SCU's Fall 2017 Commencement Speaker
Southern California University of Health Sciences is pleased to announce that Dr. Jocelyn Elders will be the keynote speaker at the university's Fall 2017 Commencement. The ceremony is set to take place on Saturday, December 16, 2017, at the Plummer Auditorium in Fullerton, California.Dinosaurs roam Cal State Fullerton, in and out of the classrooms
From left, Natalie Bursztyn, Cal State Fullerton assistant professor of geological sciences, walks with students Rhyan Ibarra, John Ayers, Adrian Escobar and Brian Magumcia as they "Stride Like a Velociraptor" for research on dinosaurs. No doubt there's a prehistoric fever going around, with Associated Students Inc. playing off the mammoth's unveiling with a week-plus of "Mammoth Study" events during finals, including "Prehistoric Painting" night and an "Excavate a Mammoth Bone" promotion.Cal State Fullerton names extended education dean as interim provost
Kari Knutson Miller, Cal State Fullerton's dean of University Extended Education, has been named interim provost. Cal State Fullerton's dean of University Extended Education has been named interim provost during the search for a new university president.Fullerton City Council to discuss development around Fox Theatre
Leland Wilson, president of the Fullerton Historic Theater Foundation, has announced that Sunny Hills High School graduate Jackson Browne will stage a concert at the historic Fox Theater in Fullerton once renovations are completed. ///ADDITIONAL INFO //// JEBB HARRIS ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER - 1128.fnt.fox.jah - shot: 11/19/13 - /// Renovation is continuing at the historic Fox Theater in Fullerton which has announced that Sunny Hills High School graduate Jackson Browne will stage a concert there after the opening.Laguna Beach police officer suspected of elder abuse, fraud is placed on leave
Laguna Beach police Officer Rock Wagner, left, and Huntington Beach resident Norman McBride were arrested on suspicion of elder abuse and fraud. Wagner, a nine-year department veteran, has been placed on paid administrative leave.UCI student's novel approach to helping refugees and asylum seekers
UC Irvine senior Iman Siddiqi created the first student-funded scholarship within the UC system available for refugees and asylum seekers. UC Irvine senior Iman Siddiqi created the first student-funded scholarship within the UC system available for refugees and asylum seekers.
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