SEPTEMBER 11, 2017
VOYAGE LA MAGAZINE
OCTOBER 23, 2016
JULY 17, 2015
When most people think of Anaheim, they think of Disneyland or catching a Ducks game. Without discrediting the glory of the Magic Kingdom or the skills of the Ducks, this Orange County city has a lot going on. Anaheim, though it's only an hour away, hadn't been on our radar until we found out that a couple escape rooms had popped up on the scene—and we can't resist a good escape room. But if we were going to drive all the way past the Orange Curtain, we figured we might as well make a weekend out of it. The Anaheim Tourism Board got in touch with us and offered to show us some of the city's hot spots. We also did our own exploring of the city's dive bars and geeky curiosity shops.
A Growing Community
Orange Coast Magazine
OCTOBER 11, 2013
Voted 'Best Of' by the OC WEEKLY
"You know you've always wanted to learn how to dance flamenco, how to make your eyes smolder, how to strike a pose that will make everyone look at you, how to use castanets—and now you can at the tiny Naranjita Flamenco dance studio in Anaheim."
JULY 17, 2013
"Flamenco Demonstration at the June meeting."
JANUARY 26, 2012
"Ted McKown is the lifeline to the intricacies of flamenco music’s past and the dynamism of its growing presence in Orange County. At 78, he still gives private lessons to about 20 students, from the comfort of his reclining chair.
AUGUST 30, 2011
"Richard Chavez Flamenco performing first on Friday evening’s concert at the newly named Plaza Santa Ana, formerly called French Square."