OC Up Close Blog
It's one of the most historic and interesting buildings on Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) in Seal Beach. Maybe you’ve seen it before? It has an airplane on top of it and until 2000 it was called the Glide’er Inn.
Halloween is one of the best times to visit the Disneyland Resort. The parks transform into a masterpiece of orange-trimmed fixtures and storefronts, festively-dressed costumed characters, deliciously sweet treats, ornately carved pumpkins, and Halloween-themed rides and experiences.
Just before dawn on Sunday, Oct. 12, nearly 16,000 people gathered at the Disneyland Resort for the annual CHOC Walk in the Park – a 3.1-mile walk through Disneyland and Disney California Adventure in support of Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC).
It’s called the Howe-Waffle House in Santa Ana but don’t expect to find any syrup in there. See, the “Waffle” house is not a hipster breakfast place but rather a very substantial Queen Anne Victorian landmark.
Leave it to the Walt Disney Company. Just one year after their 1992 hit movie “The Mighty Ducks,” they had themselves a professional hockey team by the same name.
Nearly 157,000 people have tourism-related jobs in Anaheim and O.C., and these people make up the faces of tourism.
It's the one that started it all. Now celebrating its 42nd year, Halloween Haunt at Knott’s Scary Farm (the seasonal spectacular at Knotts Berry Farm in Buena Park) today features over 1,000 monsters, eight mazes and literally 160 acres of horror.
After relocating from Brooklyn to nearby Los Angeles in 1958, the Dodgers commanded immense attention from local sports enthusiasts for nearly a decade. However, the arrival of the California Angels in 1966 all but heralded the beginning of real baseball history in the area and, for many, put Orange County baseball on the map.
Dog owners hailing from as far as Florida, Canada and Brazil will be packing up their pups and bringing them to sunny Huntington Beach to participate in the Unleashed by Petco Surf City Surf Dog event. Held Sept.