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  • [Trendzilla] That's Why the Ladies Like Vamps

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    [Trendzilla] That's Why the Ladies Like Vamps

    The Ladies Into Vamps Vampires, as I'm sure you've noticed, are definitely cool. And not cool like zombies are cool (see: World War Z, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Shaun of the Dead, 28 Days Later, et al.), or even cool like wizardry is cool,...

    by Vickie Chang on September 24, 2009
  • Bowers Exhibit Shows Fernando Botero Is More Than Just 'That Guy Who Paints Really Fat People'

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    Bowers Exhibit Shows Fernando Botero Is More Than Just 'That Guy Who Paints Really Fat People'

    Well-Rounded The Bowers largely succeeds in showing that Fernando Botero is more than just 'that Colombian guy who paints/draws/sculpts really fat people' With shows such as Project Runway and America's Next Top Model receiving unprecedented ratin...

    by ANNIE WHARTON on September 17, 2009
  • [Trendzilla] The Latest Gossip at Target? Anna Sui!

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    [Trendzilla] The Latest Gossip at Target? Anna Sui!

    The Latest Anna Sui Gossip The giant Target store on Harbor Boulevard in Costa Mesa opens at 8 a.m. Mondays through Fridays. I know this because I've been there at 8 a.m. four times: When the store debuted its collections by Orla Kiely, Erin Feth...

    by Vickie Chang on September 17, 2009
  • Hunger Artists Concoct a Fascinating Brew of Sex, Death and Disease in 'One Flea Spare'

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    Hunger Artists Concoct a Fascinating Brew of Sex, Death and Disease in 'One Flea Spare'

    The Plague Years Hunger Artists concoct a fascinating brew of sex, death and disease in One Flea Spare Naomi Wallace is one of the finest American playwrights to emerge in the past 20 years, yet she's also criminally underrepresented on stages lar...

    by Joel Beers on September 10, 2009
  • [Trendzilla] The Brows Have It

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    [Trendzilla] The Brows Have It

    Eyebrow-hair removal is the worst--I'm a weenie when it comes to pain for the sake of beauty. While most gals can bite their lips and withstand a bit of pain for the perfect brows, I'll just opt to keep my bangs long and my visits as few as possible...

    by Vickie Chang on September 10, 2009
  • The Autumn of Our Content on Local Stages

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    The Autumn of Our Content on Local Stages

    Autumn of Our Content Whether or not our local stages actually observe the theatrical "seasons," this fall's lineup does include Spam, Spam, Spam, Frankenstein, Spam, musicals and Spam While it's more symbolic than real, September marks the beginning...

    by Joel Beers on September 3, 2009
  • [Trendzilla] The Disney Princesses Are Coming for Your Daughters

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    [Trendzilla] The Disney Princesses Are Coming for Your Daughters

    Bibbidi-Bobbidi-BOOOOOURNS! With the July 2009 Downtown Disney arrival of overpriced-boutique-to-the-stars (and their privileged offspring) Kitson Kids, it seems to me that Disney is starting to cater to--and cultivate--a whole new sect of Paris Hi...

    by Vickie Chang on September 3, 2009
  • 'Land Sea Air' Retains the Elements of Surprise

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    'Land Sea Air' Retains the Elements of Surprise

    Thar She Blows! Big-ass fans notwithstanding, 'Land Sea Air' still retains the elements of surprise Say this much for "Land Sea Air" at the Huntington Beach Art Center: It's the coolest spot in Orange County this summer. Credit the 36 industrial-st...

    by Joel Beers on August 27, 2009
  • [Trendzilla] Of Sleeping and Beauty

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    [Trendzilla] Of Sleeping and Beauty

    You don't get to tell me what to wear when I go to bed. Nylon what? Satin that? No thanks. The second I get home, the pants come off, and the big T-shirt and American Apparel track shorts (they were free, okay?) go on. Hair up, contacts out, glas...

    by Vickie Chang on August 27, 2009
  • 'The Merchant of Venice' as Proto-Bromantic Comedy?

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    'The Merchant of Venice' as Proto-Bromantic Comedy?

    I Doth Love You, Man Drag your pounds of flesh to see the stellar lead performances in Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice The man-crush has been around far longer than bromantic comedies and UFC. In Team of Rivals, Doris Kearns Goodwin wrote tha...

    by Joel Beers on August 20, 2009
  • [Trendzilla] Buy an Eyelash

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    [Trendzilla] Buy an Eyelash

    Confession: I've got, like, five eyelashes. Okay. Maybe more than that--six, seven. Maybe. So what's a lashless gal to do? Use tons of mascara, making your eyelashes look spider-y, unnatural and gross? Cough. Trashy. Not to mention how brittle ...

    by Vickie Chang on August 20, 2009
  • Snap Judgments About the Late, Lamented Polaroid at the Hibbleton

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    Snap Judgments About the Late, Lamented Polaroid at the Hibbleton

    Mementos Snap judgments about the artistic relevance of the now-obsolete Polaroid, courtesy of 'Instant Gratification' at the Hibbleton Something funny happened on the way to obsolescence for the Polaroid picture: It has, in the words of Newsweek'...

    by Joel Beers on August 13, 2009
  • [Trendzilla] We All Scream for Eames

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    [Trendzilla] We All Scream for Eames

    Go on, do it: Mention the word "Eames" to hipsters of any age and watch their hearts melt in your hands. It's a neat trick. Like talking to a foodie about ramps and microgreens. Or an audiophile about that rare northern soul 45. Or Pavlov about his ...

    by Vickie Chang on August 13, 2009
  • 'Presidential Hopeless' Works as a Farce, Not as Satire

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    'Presidential Hopeless' Works as a Farce, Not as Satire

    The Change It Needs John Richardson's retooling of the seminal play Ubu Roi works as a farce but doesn't quite make it as satire It's a safe assumption that many who watch Presidential Hopeless will exit STAGEStheatre thinking they just watched a f...

    by Joel Beers on August 6, 2009
  • [Trendzilla] Whole Grain Baby's Bright Prints Aren't Just for Dress-Up Anymore

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    [Trendzilla] Whole Grain Baby's Bright Prints Aren't Just for Dress-Up Anymore

    Not Just for Dress-Up Anymore If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself--or you can get Varenia Jensen to do it for you. Jensen, 31, has run Whole Grain Baby out of her Costa Mesa home for two years. A refuge for those seeking...

    by Vickie Chang on August 6, 2009
  • A Few Bones to Pick With 'Cannibal! The Musical'

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    A Few Bones to Pick With 'Cannibal! The Musical'

    A Few Bones to Pick Garage Theatre tries to capture the schlocky intentional-badness of Cannibal! The Musical, but did the cast and crew bite off more than they could chew? No great cultural achievement ejaculates from its creator's mind in a singl...

    by Joel Beers on July 30, 2009
  • [Trendzilla] Truth and Nail Polish

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    [Trendzilla] Truth and Nail Polish

    With things going the way they are right now, getting a manicure is a real luxury. Sitting there in that plush spa chair, I can't help but feel deep pangs of guilt--I can do all this myself. I'm just lazy. So, yeah: I have been avoiding the nail sa...

    by Vickie Chang on July 30, 2009
  • 'Third Tree on the Left' Breaks Through the Stigma of Mental Illness

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    'Third Tree on the Left' Breaks Through the Stigma of Mental Illness

    Branching Out A powerful collaboration between theater professionals and people living with mental illness breaks through barriers of shame and stigma Third Tree on the Left is not the most eloquently written, masterfully performed or glamorous...

    by Joel Beers on July 23, 2009
  • [Trendzilla] Gilt-y Pleasures on the Internet

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    [Trendzilla] Gilt-y Pleasures on the Internet

    Should I really tell you about this? Am I going to regret it when I'm up at 9 in the morning, battling it out with you for the last Diane von Furstenberg dress left in my size? Probably. Oh, well: The most frequent question I get revolves around ...

    by Vickie Chang on July 23, 2009
  • Rembrandt's Sympathy for the Poor Still Holds Lessons Today

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    Rembrandt's Sympathy for the Poor Still Holds Lessons Today

    It's Not Such a Wonderful Life Rembrandt's etchings of beggars and paupers were controversial in their time. Good thing our attitude toward the poor has evolved so much then, right? Last month, the city of Santa Ana decided to lock down its recycli...

    by Dave Barton on July 16, 2009
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