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    Slight Power - In the Blood Misses

    Photo by Ruben DarioSuzan-Lori Parks is the winner of the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for drama, a couple of Obies and a MacArthur Genius grant, and is one very hot commodity on the alt.-theater scene. She writes about the seamy and the strung-out, the marg...

    by Joel Beers on July 31, 2003
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    They Shouldnt Have Cars - Tracy Morgan lites up the house

    Tracy Morgan, one of Saturday Night Live's funniest cast members for seven seasons, calls us one Friday morning. Tracy Morgan: Yo, yo! What's up? OC Weekly: What's up with you? Just chilling out. How are you? Well, not that good really, but I'm ...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on July 24, 2003
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    The Anti-Rebel - Maile Meloys brittle Southern Californians are real, no kidding

    Liars and Saints, the debut novel from UC Irvine M.F.A. grad Maile Meloy, comes on the heels of her celebrated collection of short stories from 2002, Half in Love. That first book--praised nearly everywhere for its precision of craft, its infusion o...

    by CORNEL BONCA on July 24, 2003
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    Menage a Moi - Three great tastes at Marion Meyer

    Photo by Tenaya HillsIt isn't often that Laguna Beach's commercial art galleries can please persnickety old us. You get your choice of neo-Impressionist children frolicking at the seashore or flowers tumbling over a faux-Mediterranean balcony (at th...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on July 24, 2003
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    Robin Hood With Scalpel - Sweeney Todd

    Photo by Adam MartinIt's hard not to feel sorry for Stephen Sondheim. While he's produced often, commands nothing but respect and has enjoyed a long, successful career, he's just too quirky for the mass market. He's Elvis Costello to Andrew Lloyd We...

    by Joel Beers on July 24, 2003
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    Wank Bush Out of Office! - Grant Morrison tells you how

    Grant Morrison doesn't just write Batman or the X-Men, he reinvents them. In Batman: Arkham Asylum, he delved into the bug-fuck craziness behind a man who dresses like a bat to fight crime every night. In his current run on New X-Men, he's taken the...

    by VICTOR D. INFANTE on July 17, 2003
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    Not The Tom Green Show - Tom Green puts away childish things

    A few months back, Tom Green appeared in yet another wretched teen comedy, and I lamented the sorry state of his career. I expressed hope that Green would soon get back to where he belonged--the TV screen, where he'd become a star by doing hilarious...

    by GREG STACY on July 17, 2003
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    Staged Attack - Three Great Plays, One Weekend

    This is a landmark weekend for Orange County theater as the most frenetic burst of new play productions in its history takes place. The first event concludes tonight: Insurgo Theater Movement's Workshop. Ten short plays go up in the workshop, which ...

    by Joel Beers on July 17, 2003
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    The Importance of Being Lee Mallory - A meditation on the poet laureate of the middle class

    Lee Mallory is like Li Po, the eighth-century Chinese poet who could entertain a drunken bar crowd or the emperor of China, delivering delicate verse about nature, life and romance with panache and melodrama. To the casual observer, Po's poems were ...

    by VICTOR D. INFANTE on July 10, 2003
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    The Starfleet Ensign Who Fell to Earth - Stand by Wil Wheaton

    Wil Wheaton was a frail, perpetually worried-looking teen actor, seemingly ubiquitous for a time in the '80s. For those of us who were teens or preteens in 1986, he fell somewhere between Anthony Michael Hall and one of the Coreys, and is now best r...

    by GREG STACY on July 10, 2003
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    Less Talk, More Shooting - Execution of Justice

    Dan White rode an anticrime campaign into San Francisco City Hall, resigned from the city council in 1978, immediately begged for his job back, was rebuffed, executed Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk, and so became one of the most not...

    by ANTHONY PIGNATARO on July 10, 2003
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    7 reasons to hate Shakespeare

    Welcome to the summer of my discontent: Shakespeare time. Time for Shakespeare by the sea, Shakespeare beneath the stars, Shakespeare in the park, Shakespeare outdoors, Shakespeare indoors. Shakespeare everywhere. A cursory perusal of upcoming the...

    by Joel Beers on July 10, 2003
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    This Is Just Wrong - Im With Busey chokes your inner monster

    Don't be fooled by my sensitive, wussy exterior. Just beneath the surface there lurks a monster with a near-bottomless hunger to see humans get hurt and humiliated. When Johnny Knoxville gets hit in the nuts by school kids with plastic bats? I hoot ...

    by GREG STACY on July 3, 2003
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    Wood vs. God - God wins!

    I picked up James Wood's debut novel, The Book Against God, with anticipation, also with a couple of worries furrowing the brow. I wondered whether, this late in the day, it's possible to get very worked up, as a reader, over a literary character's ...

    by CORNEL BONCA on July 3, 2003
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    On Second Thought

    As you all know, Mama's got issues about what she likes and what she don't. Almost psychopathically incapable of putting my own prejudices aside and seeing the good in genres besides my preferred ones, I am liable to speedwalk around area museums wi...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on July 3, 2003
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    A Play About Micky Dolenz - In one act Produced by Stacy Davies

    Stacy: Hey, Matt . . . you don't still want me to interview Micky Dolenz, do you? [Silence.] Stacy: I can tell from your enthusiasm that's a big "yes." Matt: I was drinking water. What's your angle? Stacy: I don't know. I'm not really that i...

    by Stacy Davies on July 3, 2003
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    Through With Bars - Now we only eat guitars

    "He never turns down his punker music!" Commie Mom would say whenever my little brother Cake had her particularly frazzled. She would deliver "punker music" in a horrible, screechy witch voice, one designed to impart just how nerve-racking was the s...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on July 3, 2003
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    Crossed Out

    Crosses are common on Mexican roadsides, memorials to fatal wrecks on the country's treacherous highways. But the clusters of pink crosses in Ciudad Jurez memorialize the unsolved murders of some 320 women in Jurez during the past decade. The late...

    by ADRIANA ALBA-SÃ?NCHEZ on June 19, 2003
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    Lets Hear it for the P! - Rediscovering the importance of nudity

    Photo by Rebecca SchoenkopfLaguna Beach's seven-degrees is a snazzy venue and snazzier business concept. It uses a human zoo of artists as a draw for big-bucks private parties, and knows how to present underground chic while being about as undergrou...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on June 19, 2003
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    The Truth About Lying - The Drawer Boy

    Photo by Henry DiroccoThe two best kinds of liars in the world are actors and writers. Actors always pretend to be someone else. Writers prey on people's confidences in order to divine "the truth." Both liars are at work in Michael Healey's The Dr...

    by Joel Beers on June 19, 2003
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