La Habra Spring Citrus Fair Starts Today And Lasts The Weekend

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • April 18, 2013
La Habra, the Orange County city most of Orange County doesn't realize is an Orange County city, is doing something to tell you that it exists, goshdarnit…and that it played an important part in our county's agricultural history. This weekend, but...
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