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  • Trendzilla: Yoni Eggs Exercise Your Vag

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    Trendzilla: Yoni Eggs Exercise Your Vag

    Want to make your sex life a billion times better, not pee your pants when you're old, and save your vagina from eventually falling out? Good! Let me introduce you to yoni eggs. Yoni (the Sanskrit word for hoo-hahs) eggs are carved from crystal a...

    by LP Hastings on February 19, 2015
  • Celebrating OC Weekly's Favorite Visual Artists

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    Celebrating OC Weekly's Favorite Visual Artists

    Think curator Stephan "Bax" Baxter's chasing a review by gathering together four artists who've been named Best Visual Artist in OC Weekly? You're just being cynical. Think his sneaky appeal to our vanity succeeded because you're reading that review...

    by DAVE BARTON on February 12, 2015
  • Trendzilla: A Little Known Shop Isn't

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    Trendzilla: A Little Known Shop Isn't

    For proof that Community in Anaheim is making entrepreneurship less scary, consider A Little Known Shop. Where else could taxidermied yetis, baby booties, geeky fan art and same-sex marriage prints be successfully sold under the same brand? After tw...

    by LP Hastings on February 12, 2015
  • Tristan & Yseult's Postmodern Timelessness

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    Tristan & Yseult's Postmodern Timelessness

    It's not often the average person's Spotify playlist veers from Richard Wagner to Dexys Midnight Runners, then to Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. It's probably as uncommon as the smorgasbord of sights, sounds, textures and orchestrated chaos afoot in T...

    by Joel Beers on February 5, 2015
  • Trendzilla: Lingerie for Valentine's Day

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    Trendzilla: Lingerie for Valentine's Day

    Lovers can be godawful at picking up suggestions. But leaving an OC Weekly on the dining table, one turned to a page with a luscious woman on it (wait . . . I thought that was every page?) could boost your chances at scoring a lovely gift from your ...

    by LP Hastings on February 5, 2015
  • Peter Gelker Brings His Whirligigs to Begovich Gallery

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    Peter Gelker Brings His Whirligigs to Begovich Gallery

    Mourning the loss of his recently deceased father, Santa Ana psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Peter Gelker picked up the woodworking tools the old man had left behind, read a few how-to books and began to create art. The resulting whirligigs--mechaniz...

    by DAVE BARTON on January 29, 2015
  • Trendzilla: Make Your Own Chemical-Free Sunscreen

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    Trendzilla: Make Your Own Chemical-Free Sunscreen

    One of the best things we can do for our skin is wearing sunscreen, even in "winter." Seriously. When you meet an older woman with supple cheeks and nary a wrinkle, ask her what her secret is--it's gonna be sunscreen. But as with anything else in th...

    by LP Hastings on January 29, 2015
  • Roger Guenveur Smith's Rodney King Has a Wonderful Lesson--If We'll Only Listen

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    Roger Guenveur Smith's Rodney King Has a Wonderful Lesson--If We'll Only Listen

    Though the phrase "going viral" didn't yet possess cultural cachet, Rodney King's odyssey certainly served as a template. From the blurry hand-held video that captured his police encounter (read: beat-down) on March 3, 1991, to the subsequent aquitt...

    by Joel Beers on January 22, 2015
  • Trendzilla: Desiree B.'s I Must Draw Are the Thinking-Woman's Greeting Cards

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    Trendzilla: Desiree B.'s I Must Draw Are the Thinking-Woman's Greeting Cards

    After starting her brand I Must Draw (www.imustdraw.com), Desiree B. realized that when spoken aloud, especially with her British accent, it sounded like "I'm a straw." But if you're familiar with her teensy cards and cute hand-sewn plushies, the mi...

    by LP Hastings on January 22, 2015
  • Grace Kook-Anderson Leaves Laguna Art Museum

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    Grace Kook-Anderson Leaves Laguna Art Museum

    Grace Kook-Anderson stands in the final room of the Elizabeth Turk exhibition at Laguna Art Museum (LAM), surrounded by the artist's enigmatic creations. The soft, white flesh of marble sculptures and chalk writing on the black-box walls is behind u...

    by DAVE BARTON on January 15, 2015
  • Trendzilla: Green Bliss Brings Socially Conscious Caffeine to Downtown Fullerton

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    Trendzilla: Green Bliss Brings Socially Conscious Caffeine to Downtown Fullerton

    If there's one thing downtown Fullerton has covered, it's beverages. And not just of the alcoholic variety--there are quite a few fantastic coffee shops, as well, including Green Bliss. Located in the beautiful Villa del Sol plaza, it wins at much m...

    by LP Hastings on January 15, 2015
  • The Secret Chinese Underground at the Bowers Museum

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    The Secret Chinese Underground at the Bowers Museum

    History isn't an exact science, and nowhere is that more obvious than at the Bowers Museum's touring exhibition "China's Lost Civilization: The Mystery of Sanxingdui." Considered to be one of the "greatest archeological finds ever to be unearthed...

    by DAVE BARTON on January 8, 2015
  • Trendzilla: The Soft Goat Wants Your Stubble

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    Trendzilla: The Soft Goat Wants Your Stubble

    "It's called the Soft Goat." "The soft what?" "Goat." "What the hell is that supposed to mean?" "Well, I think they mean goat as in goatee." Weekly staff writer Charles Lam is the best person in the office to run weird food or inven...

    by LP Hastings on January 8, 2015
  • OC Theater Companies Have a Wonderful Year Planned for Us

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    OC Theater Companies Have a Wonderful Year Planned for Us

    An overview of local theater in 2015 should give people who place value in producing plays that aren't tried and tired some measure of satisfaction. About a dozen emerging American playwrights will see productions on local stages this year--and, for...

    by Joel Beers on January 1, 2015
  • Trendzilla: Spring Fashion Preview

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    Trendzilla: Spring Fashion Preview

    Though it isn't time to put away your winter coats just yet (more rain, pleeeease!), here's a preview of what's good (and bad) in Spring 2015. A few of these trends are recycled from last spring, but they're still bolder than what was deemed cool th...

    by LP Hastings on January 1, 2015
  • OC Art Preview 2015 . . . and 2014's Art In Review

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    OC Art Preview 2015 . . . and 2014's Art In Review

    This year, I walked with ghost hunters, admired Ikea-framed art, talked masculinity with queer bikers, gazed through Frida Kahlo's eyes, discovered Christianity's less-than-respectful attitude toward animals, reawakened to the dangers of nuclear ene...

    by DAVE BARTON on December 25, 2014
  • Trendzilla: Main & PCH's Pop-Up Shop!

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    Trendzilla: Main & PCH's Pop-Up Shop!

    Perhaps we've hammered in the point you should shop local this holiday season. . . . No? Here's one more try: Main & PCH, the lifestyle website based out of Huntington Beach that we've covered before, is putting on a small-business pop-up. The shop ...

    by LP Hastings on December 25, 2014
  • Local Theaters Celebrate Christmas, New Year's and More!

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    Local Theaters Celebrate Christmas, New Year's and More!

    Twenty years ago this holiday season, the Reverend Slappy White fell off a turnip truck he'd hitched a ride on in Riverside. Instead of Stanton, he came to downtown Fullerton, where he immediately fell in with a ragtag collection of actors, poets, m...

    by Joel Beers on December 18, 2014
  • Trendzilla: Ipso Facto's Silver Anniversary

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    Trendzilla: Ipso Facto's Silver Anniversary

    "Little kids seem to think this is the dark place where Satan dwells," says Terri Kennedy with a smile. "I mean, sometimes he's here." The longhaired brunette has heard it all over the years about her legendary Goth store, Ipso Facto in Fullerton, n...

    by LP Hastings on December 18, 2014
  • Theatre Out Celebrates the Homodays With Last Christmas I Gave You My Heart, But the Very Next Day You Said You Were Gay

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    Theatre Out Celebrates the Homodays With Last Christmas I Gave You My Heart, But the Very Next Day You Said You Were Gay

    Actors breaking character. A near lack of production values. Garishly over-the-top gay and Latino stereotypes. Yet, in spite of things that might make a theater purist or an ethnic-studies major chafe, Theatre Out's annual Christmas show, Last Chris...

    by Joel Beers on December 11, 2014
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