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June 1, 1989 | MARK I. PINSKY, Times Staff Writer
Santa Ana has joined a growing list of Orange County cities where arts organizations are joining together for greater recognition and government support. The Santa Ana Council of Arts and Culture, composed of 16 groups, was formed several months ago "to enhance the quality of life in Santa Ana by increasing the community's awareness of Santa Ana's cultural resources," according to Don Cribb, the group's newly elected president. Council membership ranges from such large, established, mainline institutions as the Bowers Museum, the Pacific Symphony, the Pacific Chorale and the Santa Ana Zoo to such newer, smaller organizations as the Alternative Repertory Theatre, the Relampago del Cielo folk dance troupe and the Orange County Black Actors Theatre.
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June 1, 1989 | MARK I. PINSKY, Times Staff Writer
Santa Ana has joined a growing list of Orange County cities where arts organizations are joining together for greater recognition and government support. The Santa Ana Council of Arts and Culture, composed of 16 groups, was formed several months ago "to enhance the quality of life in Santa Ana by increasing the community's awareness of Santa Ana's cultural resources," according to Don Cribb, the group's newly elected president. Council membership ranges from such large, established, mainline institutions as the Bowers Museum, the Pacific Symphony, the Pacific Chorale and the Santa Ana Zoo to such newer, smaller organizations as the Alternative Repertory Theatre, the Relampago del Cielo folk dance troupe and the Orange County Black Actors Theatre.
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October 5, 1996
Thirteen candidates are vying for four open seats on the Santa Ana Unified School District Board of Trustees. Three of the openings are for four-year terms and one is for two years to fill a seat vacated by a resignation.
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May 14, 1995 | THAO HUA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An event Saturday to promote the arts drew hundreds of people who spent the day searching for the imaginative side of the city. The Great Santa Ana Art Hunt, which was the finale in a weeklong celebration of artists who have made the city their home, gave the crowd composed mostly of Orange County residents a taste of many talents, said Gary Christensen, president of the Santa Ana Council of Arts and Culture, which organized the event using a $5,000 federal grant. Beginning at 10 a.m.
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July 2, 1991 | PAMELA MARIN
Music filled the air Sunday at Gustaf Anders restaurant during an afternoon fund-raising party for the Orange County Black Actors Theatre. While singers entertained with pop tunes and selections from "Eubie," "Ain't Misbehavin' " and "Sophisticated Ladies," an overbooked crowd of 200 dug into an all-star buffet and chitchatted like long-lost friends. This party was one from the heart. The Show This is a restaurant, right? A plates-clanking, blender-churning, waiters-circling kind of environment.
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August 26, 1992 | ANN CONWAY
They're betting they win their game at Anaheim Stadium on Saturday, but if they don't, they still won the Pigskin Classic. Boosters of Texas A&M University were on hand for Disneyland's annual Pigskin Classic luncheon and fashion show at the Disneyland Hotel on Monday, but their Stanford University rivals were a no-show. "We don't know what happened," said a Disneyland official at the event that drew 600 guests. "They just didn't make it."
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December 22, 1994 | GLENN DOGGRELL, Glenn Doggrell writes about comedy for The Times Orange County Edition.
The Orange County Crazies are continuing their New Year's Eve tradition of "Orange Lang Syne," a compilation of their best sketches and segments from years past. The night begins with free refreshments at 9 p.m.; the entertainment will start about an hour later and should run till about 12:30. All seats are $25, and any money left over after the troupe pays expenses will go to the Santa Ana Unified School District and the Santa Ana Council of Arts and Culture. The Crazies' theater is at 115 E.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 28, 1991 | MARK CHALON SMITH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Like many high schools faced with dwindling state funds, Saddleback High School has been forced to trim its drama program in recent years. Dave Elkins, the director of Saddleback's performing arts program, said his students have had to endure a 20% cut for 1991-92, including an elimination of most extracurricular activities.
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July 13, 2001 | VIVIAN LETRAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Southern California edifices designed by Modernist architects Richard and son, Dion, Neutra are hot. Scenes from the movie "Anniversary Party" and parts of "L.A. Confidential" were filmed in Neutra-designed homes and the city of Los Angeles declared April 8 "Richard and Dion Neutra Day." Still, many of the buildings are in need of repair and some are even threatened with destruction.
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