Gabriel San Roman
Gabriel San Roman is from Anacrime. He's a journalist, subversive historian and tallest Mexican in OC.
2 days ago | Concerts
Art Laboe has been kind enough to take my song requests and dedications over the years. When his team turned the tables and requested something from the Weekly , we happily obliged—albeit without a "killer oldie" like Aalon's "Rock and Roll Gangst...
3 days ago | Anacrime
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed course in yet another Anaheim police shooting case. A three-judge panel unanimously ordered a new civil trial yesterday in reviving the wrongful death lawsuit for Manuel Diaz, a 25-year-old unarmed man s...
6 days ago | The Hilarious Haters
Back in the day, Orange County's segregated ways kept non-white folks in their place. Brea used to be a "sundown town," meaning blacks had to get out at dusk—or else! Whites didn't want the Mexican Bernal family moving into their Fullerton neighbo...
9 days ago | Court
The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit reversed a Bankruptcy Appellate Panel's decision that stuck Maria Rivera with unpaid bills for her son's stay in Orange County Juvenile Hall. Circuit Judge Stephen Reinhardt's opinion last w...
10 days ago | Anacrime
On the night of February 8, Anaheim police responded to call about a man turning door knobs in the neighborhood by Sage Park. Officers Robert Benavides and German Alvarez arrived on scene just after midnight but a half-hour later their search turn...
11 days ago | Notes from the Banana Republic
Santa Ana has prided itself in the past as a city of arts. For more than a year, it's been envisioning what that identity will look like in the future. The Santa Ana city council tasked the Cultural Planning Group, a consulting firm, in May 2015 t...