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  • The Pulitzer Prize-Winning Anna In the Tropics Gets Staged in Newps

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    The Pulitzer Prize-Winning Anna In the Tropics Gets Staged in Newps

    Most Americans equate Cuba with Fidel Castro, cigars, rum and baseball. But it has produced an incredible literary history. From Cuban national hero Jos Mart in the 19th century to Richard Blanco, the first Latino and gay man to read at a presiden...

    by Joel Beers on November 27, 2014
  • Trendzilla: Boycott Black Friday

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    Trendzilla: Boycott Black Friday

    What's with people who think Black Friday is a symbol of pure, American greed? Sure, a paid holiday and visiting with family is great, BUT WHAT ABOUT THE DEALZ, MAN?! Waking up at the butt crack of dawn after Thanksgiving isn't good enough anymore! ...

    by LP Hastings on November 27, 2014
  • OCCCA's 'You Should Not Be Here' Lives Up to Its Title

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    OCCCA's 'You Should Not Be Here' Lives Up to Its Title

    Sometimes a provocative title designed to lure people into an event can also be an unintentional warning label: A Jews for Jesus or Log Cabin Republican meeting, for example, Black Friday at Walmart or the unwittingly-named "You Should Not Be Here" ...

    by Dave Barton on November 20, 2014
  • Trendzilla: Your Skin vs. the Santa Anas

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    Trendzilla: Your Skin vs. the Santa Anas

    The Santa Ana winds can go fuuuck themselves. Healthy, supple skin has a slightly acidic pH level, and when it becomes too basic, it feels scratchy. But taking a "refreshing" shower can be the most detrimental form of relief. Tap water tends to have...

    by LP Hastings on November 20, 2014
  • UC Irvine Department of Drama Founder Robert Cohen Retires

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    UC Irvine Department of Drama Founder Robert Cohen Retires

    When Robert Cohen wakes up in his Laguna Beach home, Samuel Beckett is in the kitchen, cooking breakfast. Jerzy Grotowski is on his couch, watching the morning news. Patrick Stewart walks in the front door, carrying the newspaper. Or maybe it just s...

    by Joel Beers on November 13, 2014
  • Trendzilla: Fresh Body's Boob Deoderant

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    Trendzilla: Fresh Body's Boob Deoderant

    In our society still steeped with Puritan notions, "gross" things such as periods, butt cheese, old people and crevice sweats are mostly kept under wraps. As an American, it's your duty to appear looking clean and wearing a nice pair of slacks; any ...

    by LP Hastings on November 13, 2014
  • Rothick Art Haus' Healthy Dose of Tim Burton-Fanboy Devotion

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    Rothick Art Haus' Healthy Dose of Tim Burton-Fanboy Devotion

    With his Robert Smith hair, dark sunglasses to take the edge off the insomniac circles under his eyes, and permanent mortuary-attendant pallor and 5 o'clock shadow, film director Tim Burton's look is as memorable as his films. The perfect definition...

    by Dave Barton on November 6, 2014
  • Trendzilla: Splurge On Sparkling Manties!

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    Trendzilla: Splurge On Sparkling Manties!

    About a decade ago, there was an article that didn't matter that said Britney Spears never wore the same pair of underwear twice; it instilled a curiosity about how much money people spend on undergarments. For us mere peasants, a $12 thong at Victo...

    by LP Hastings on November 6, 2014
  • Finding the True Zealot in Theresa Rebeck's New Play at South Coast Rep

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    Finding the True Zealot in Theresa Rebeck's New Play at South Coast Rep

    Boo-hoo, women are oppressed by cruel, violent men. They're oppressed in ass-backwards Muslim countries by having to cover their heads in public and getting raped and beaten for any number of reasons. They're oppressed in America by a patriarchal sy...

    by Joel Beers on October 30, 2014
  • Trendzilla: DIY Halloween!

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    Trendzilla: DIY Halloween!

    While frantically peering down the aisles of Party City, it occurred to me that procrastination is not a friend of quality. A Halloween costume that's put together only an hour before a party isn't going to be great, but it can be funny and--most im...

    by LP Hastings on October 30, 2014
  • 'The Avant-Garde Collection' Sans the New Wave

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    'The Avant-Garde Collection' Sans the New Wave

    I hate critics who spend their review talking about how the curator should have provided an experience more along the lines of what they expected. My personal take is they should shut up, examine the curator's intent, and then tell readers whether t...

    by Dave Barton on October 23, 2014
  • Trendzilla: Retro-Disnerds Unite!

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    Trendzilla: Retro-Disnerds Unite!

    We've spent a lot of time rolling our eyes at Disnerd costumes. But there are a few special groups who roll through the park that make us think, yes, you actually have something. One of these is the beer-sock-clad gang who goes to California Adventu...

    by LP Hastings on October 23, 2014
  • David Ives' Venus In Fur Offers More Than Kink in South Coast Rep's Excellent Staging

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    David Ives' Venus In Fur Offers More Than Kink in South Coast Rep's Excellent Staging

    Sex is what sells Venus In Fur, especially to those whose sex life is void of kink or those whose kink it is to watch two people engage in smart witty talk about kink, with enough fishnet stockings and black patent leather to keep the eyes riveted, ...

    by Joel Beers on October 16, 2014
  • Trendzilla: Ye Olde Makery

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    Trendzilla: Ye Olde Makery

    "It's a great space," explains Lisa Cherry, owner of the Makery. "It doesn't matter that there isn't a ton of foot traffic." Cherry is referring to Community, the hidden gem of a shopping center in a working-class part of Anaheim where she teache...

    by LP Hastings on October 16, 2014
  • The Chance Theater's Maple and Vine Takes on the Ever-Hip 1950s

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    The Chance Theater's Maple and Vine Takes on the Ever-Hip 1950s

    Jordan Harrison's 2011 play, Maple and Vine, couldn't come to OC at a better time for all you hepcats in love with everything about the 1950s except, oh, the unsettling reality simmering beneath its placid surface. The vintage sofas and appliances. ...

    by Joel Beers on October 9, 2014
  • Trendzilla: Just Food for Dogs--Safe for Everyone!

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    Trendzilla: Just Food for Dogs--Safe for Everyone!

    More people are learning that diet is a huge contributor to illness and now are applying that same knowledge to their pets. And a company appropriately named Just Food for Dogs is pushing hard for a change. JFFD doesn't sell anything but dog food...

    by LP Hastings on October 9, 2014
  • Hiding In Plain Sight in New Cal State Fullerton Exhibit

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    Hiding In Plain Sight in New Cal State Fullerton Exhibit

    The homeless man sleeping in the courtyard of Cal State Fullerton's Begovich Gallery is barely shielded from the elements by the sliver of shade he's huddled under, the foliage failing to protect him from the sun and rain, the bleaching of his skin ...

    by Dave Barton on October 2, 2014
  • Trendzilla: You Say Goodbye, I Say Ello

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    Trendzilla: You Say Goodbye, I Say Ello

    By now, all of your trendy or tech-savvy friends have mentioned Ello on Facebook. Probably both, since these days, the two aren't mutually exclusive. Ello's brand is minimalist, promising no ads, and as with many social networks first starting out, ...

    by LP Hastings on October 2, 2014
  • Exploring Exhibits in Old Newport and Coastline Community College

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    Exploring Exhibits in Old Newport and Coastline Community College

    Sly humor and marketing genius are the most compelling ideas behind curator David Michael Lee and his "RIBBA|500" exhibition at Coastline Art Gallery. Using Ikea's cheap RIBBA picture frames--specifically the 20.25-by-28.25 version--as his theme, Le...

    by Dave Barton on September 25, 2014
  • Helm Street's Choice Ruggedness - [Trendzilla] Addison Austgen of Mission Viejo impresses with his whimsical rings

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    Helm Street's Choice Ruggedness - [Trendzilla] Addison Austgen of Mission Viejo impresses with his whimsical rings

    Nature. Skateboards. Beers. Joints. Bikers. Confederates. How a young man fits these aesthetics into one accessories brand is intriguing, but it works. Helm Street's (helmstreet.com) lookbook scrolls through tatted and rugged dudes and chicks part...

    by LP Hastings on September 25, 2014
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