Jeremy Popoff

The Lit guitarist shares some of his favorite things

Tower Records. "It's a new world, and most kids will never know the thrill of riding their bike home from the record store with a couple of new albums under their arm. I still enjoy spending hours just browsing and zoning out while checking out new music—but I usually walk out with something from the '70s or '80s." On a recent trip, purchases included the new album from the Living End; the Eagles Greatest Hits ("for about the millionth time") and, in a gesture that bespeaks his most important current gig, Kidz Bop 10. 220 S. Brea Blvd., Brea, (714) 529-9996.

El Cholo. "My parents went there when they were young. Best margaritas and killer food, great $1 taco happy hour—and right next to J Star Motors, the place in OC to pimp your ride . . . or buy one already pimped." 840 E. Whittier Blvd., La Habra, (562) 691-4618.

Jeremy (left) and A.Jay Popoff. Photo by Ryan Lane
Jeremy (left) and A.Jay Popoff. Photo by Ryan Lane

Downtown Fullerton. "I chose to live in Fullerton nine years ago because of the downtown. I like the whole vibe—the old homes and buildings, and the feel that there's nothing too corporate. A lot of independent, locally owned businesses. Everywhere you go, you feel like you know the people and the people know you. I own two homes here now, and I think it's truly one of the last real communities around—great police department, great schools, restaurants and bars. (I said 'schools' and 'bars' in the same sentence.)"

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