We take a look at what happened this week in California politics. Plus, Anaheim is considering adding signs and landmarks to officially designate one of its neighborhoods as Little Arabia. And, the best places to find Burmese food in L.A.
State of Affairs
The California Republican Party will converge on Indian Wells this weekend for their annual convention. On the docket: make Republicans relevant again in California. Meanwhile, Governor Newsom’s proposed amendments to the vaccine bill surprises it’s backers.
- Carla Marinucci, senior editor for Politico’s California Playbook
- Jack Pitney, Roy P. Crocker professor of politics at Claremont McKenna College
The Little Arabia neighborhood in Anaheim wants signs and landmarks posted acknowledging it as a community, but the city or county of Orange must first officially designate it as Little Arabia. We hear from some of the the stakeholders.
The best places to find Burmese food in Los Angeles
Our picks for the best things to do in SoCal this weekend.
- Leo Duran, KPCC