Can one of the country's largest Middle Eastern neighborhoods patch up its rivalries to become OC's next famous ethnic enclave?
Bill DalatiUPDATE JAN 17, 3:38 P.M.: Anaheim Businessman Bill Dalati returned back to OC yesterday from the Liberty Convoy for Syria. As Reuters, Al Jazeera, and other news agencies reported on Thursday, the group of about 150 expatriate activists were unable to deliver food and medical supplies ... More >>
Like a caged animal, former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak was shown today on television behind bars, in a hospital bed and certainly much weaker than your typical Arab world strong man. Watching Mubarak like zoo visitors were members of Anaheim's Little Arabia community.As the Facebook photo o ... More >>
As the attention of the world seems to have shifted to Libya (or Charlie Sheen), some locals would like the media light to shine on Christians who were struggling to survive in Egypt even before the Hosni Mubarak government collapsed."Three weeks ago, nine out of ten tweets I received were relate ... More >>
[Mental Notes] Also, Parker Macy to open a record store at the Lab
Celebrations are erupting in Cairo's Tahrir Square and in other areas today as the Egyptian Revolution has finally ended the thirty-year rule of President Hosni Mubarak. After eighteen days and, according to Human Rights Watch, more than three hundred deaths, the power of the people is on ... More >>
"It's a moment of total euphoria," Edina Lekovich, director of policy and programming with the Muslim Public Affairs Council of Los Angeles, said during this morning's uninterrupted KTLA/Channel 5 news coverage of the events unfolding in Egypt after the resignation and departure of Egyptian Presi ... More >>
Tens of thousands of Egyptian workers left work on strike today, bolstering the 16th day of protests against the regime of Hosni Mubarak and pressing for the president's immediate resignation. North American hip-hop artists, inspired by the persistence of the people in Cairo's Tahrir Square, hav ... More >>