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  • The word doodles, when used to describe the complete sketches and fully formed surrealism in the Bowers Museum's exhibit "Chuck Jones: Doodles of... More >>

  • One of the perks for Comic-Con ladies this year was the chance to buy MAC's newest makeup line before it hits stores. Attendees took a break from... More >>

  • Build your own dreams, or someone will hire you to build theirs. A negative mind will never give you a positive life. Let the past make you... More >>

  • One of the best parts of going green with body care is that it makes your regime simpler. These homemade methods require so little effort even... More >>

  • Japanese film, manga and anime narratives are a convoluted wonder. Eschewing anything resembling coherency or logic, you either go with the flow... More >>

  • Once a year, AGENDA Show comes to the Long Beach Convention Center, touting itself as the most diverse fashion and lifestyle expo in the world.... More >>

  • What do you call a piece of musical theater written by a comedic genius who chose to cash in on the enormous success of people undoubtedly... More >>

  • Every year, California swallows thousands of newbies alive. The dreamers imagine they'll become the next big star after getting off the Greyhound... More >>

  • Descending through the smog to our sprawling pad of concrete after a vacation is a bit depressing—especially when returning from a... More >>

  • There's not much left of the abandoned house documented by artist Flora Kao in Grand Central Art Center's "Wind House, Abode That a Breath... More >>

  • Shakespeare didn't know what he was talking about: There are definitely new things under the sun. Just take a look at Shakespeare Orange County.... More >>

  • No matter how much I wish and hope, my life is not a Southern garden party . . . yet. Neither my liver nor my pocketbook allow me to drink... More >>

  • Discovering the fine line between joy and despair is the theme of the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art's "Happy Medium," featuring the... More >>

  • When you walk into a LUSH factory, it resembles a kitchen more than a soap manufacturer—everyone's chopping fruits and vegetables. The... More >>

  • This preview of the 10 most interesting OC-area theater shows of the summer almost didn't get written. Not that it was hard to find 10—in... More >>

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Chuck Jones' Doodles of Genius Chuck Jones' Doodles of Genius

The word doodles, when used to describe the complete sketches and fully formed surrealism in the Bowers Museum's exhibit "Chuck Jones: Doodles of a Genius," is a misnomer. Done casually,… More >>

Marge Simpson Makeup!Marge Simpsons Makeup! Marge Simpson Makeup!Marge Simpsons Makeup!

One of the perks for Comic-Con ladies this year was the chance to buy MAC's newest makeup line before it hits stores. Attendees took a break from standing in line… More >>

<i>In the Heights</i> Is Weak on Plot, Strong on Banalities In the Heights Is Weak on Plot, Strong on Banalities

Build your own dreams, or someone will hire you to build theirs. A negative mind will never give you a positive life. Let the past make you better, not bitter.… More >>

Skin Food Skin Food

One of the best parts of going green with body care is that it makes your regime simpler. These homemade methods require so little effort even the laziest can create… More >>

Sailor Moon: Everyone's Girls Sailor Moon: Everyone's Girls

Japanese film, manga and anime narratives are a convoluted wonder. Eschewing anything resembling coherency or logic, you either go with the flow or sit, puzzled, in an uncomprehending fog. You… More >>

AGENDA Show Sets the You-Know-What AGENDA Show Sets the You-Know-What

Once a year, AGENDA Show comes to the Long Beach Convention Center, touting itself as the most diverse fashion and lifestyle expo in the world. (Unfortunately, it's not open to… More >>

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