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Visiting a popular amusement park or attraction is something your child will never forget. Here are five of the best American cities to visit while traveling with kids under five, all guaranteed to provide memories that will last a lifetime.
Venues for OC birthday parties are as varied and diverse as the region. Explore a few of our favorites.
From a mistletoe-laden stroll through Christmastime at Disney Parks to a horrifying nightmare at Knott’s Scary Farm, here’s your guide to holiday events at Orange County theme parks.
No matter your budget or favorite pastimes, these Orange County family getaways will fill your weekend with adventure, fun and laughter.
As October comes to a close, there is still one week left to enjoy the festivals, frights, and fun of fall-themed October.
With a great variety of Halloween themed treats ranging from spider cake pops to marshmallow wands and Mickey cupcakes, we’ve put together a preview of some of the best treats that should make it to the top of your list to taste this Halloween at Disneyland.
Halloween is brewing at Disneyland Resort as both Disneyland and California Adventure Park have officially been transformed into a spooktacular family-friendly scene! As Disneyland’s popular annual halloween event, Mickey’s Halloween Party takes place on select […]
A Ferris wheel at Disneyland’s California Adventure stalled Thursday afternoon with riders aboard after experiencing technical difficulties.
Welcome to fall, Orange County. Get your season started off right with fabulously autumn themed events this week and don’t miss wishing the Queen Mary a happy 80th birthday!
Check out what’s happening in your neck of the woods with a breakdown of some Orange County’s best neighborhoods.
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Watch as fireworks light up the sky in Orange County.
San Bernardino County sheriff detectives say Josh Smith, of Hesperia, was on a prescription drug that caused him to lose consciousness and have sent the case to the district attorney for possible prosecution.
“It did look pretty scary, yes,” said one patron.