Monthly Archives: September 2015

Did Shea Call Advertisers to Irvine Community News & Views?

Earlier this week, we were forwarded an MP4 filed named Anonymous Voicemail(1) left for an advertiser in the Irvine Community News & Views to educate the advertiser about the perceived nature of the publication (it starts with a low volume and then gets louder, so stay with it).   The voice message lectures that the publication…

Farrah Khan announces run for Irvine City Council

We received this note from Farrah Khan about her decision to run for Irvine City Council: I wanted to share with you my intent to run for Irvine City Council.  I have thought long and hard before making this decision, it wasn’t easy, but I feel it is very necessary.  With my knowledge of Irvine,…

Correa Adds Local Endorsements for Congress

Former State Senator Lou Correa has had a flurry about endorsement announcements of late, but we called his campaign this morning to ask why there were no local endorsements; the campaign responded with this announcement below: On the heels of winning a statewide endorsement from the California Small Business Association (CSBA), today former State Senator…

AD-68 Republican Candidate Deborah Pauly Arrested for DUI

Former Villa Park council member and current candidate for AD-68 Deborah Pauly was arrested for driving under the influence in the early morning hours of 9/12/2015 according to this story in the Voice of OC.  Pauly’s car struck a parked truck in Anaheim with her Porsche 911.  She failed a field sobriety test and was…

Anti-Vet’s Cemetery Advocate Gang Chen Launches Bid for Irvine Mayor

Gang Chen, the public face of the anti-Veterans cemetery and memorial at the Great Park, is taking his advocacy to a new level and has decided to run for Mayor of Irvine.  Chen held a fundraiser in the Quail Hill neighborhood of Irvine and it was attended by Irvine City Council member Christina Shea. Should Irvine Mayor…

Rep. Sanchez releases statement on the Pope’s Address to Congress

Hot off the press: Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (CA-46) released the following statement after Pope Francis’ address to the Joint Meeting of Congress:  “Pope Francis’ words of compassion, hope and reconciliation during his address to the Joint Meeting of Congress were refreshing and much needed, especially in light of the divisive rhetoric that has gripped our…