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2015 Stories by AIMEE MURILLO

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  • New Moon: A Group Show

    published July 16, 2015

    In astrology, new moons represent the beginning of a lunar cycle; in July, the new moon is in Cancer and represents a shift in sentimental moods... More >>

  • Iliza Schlesinger

    published July 16, 2015

    Comedian Iliza Schlesinger kickstarted her mainstream success by making two ground-breaking milestones: being the first female winner on the... More >>

  • Duane Peters Gunfight

    published July 16, 2015

    Known widely as “The Master of Disaster,” it's been way too long since we've discussed Duane Peters in this infernal rag in a bit of... More >>

  • The Films of Luis Buñuel Part 1

    published July 16, 2015

    Art house filmmaker Luis Buñuel made audiences cringe in disgust with his famous eyeball-slicing scene in his cinematic collaboration with... More >>

  • Long Beach Mob Fest

    published July 9, 2015

    Here's an offer you can't refuse: a free, all-ages music event that offers up free food and beverages and a total street festival vibe. Long Beach... More >>

  • X

    published July 9, 2015

    Los Angeles— land of celebrities, wannabe-celebrities, track suits and palm trees— is a city so consumed in mythos you could spend... More >>

  • Dancing with the Stars—Live!

    published July 9, 2015

    Admit it— you couldn't pass up an opportunity to catch celebrities past their glory compete in the ultimate television dancing competition.... More >>

  • The Best of Orange County Blues

    published July 2, 2015

    Sure, blues music has continued to serve as an element of contemporary rock musicians to give their sounds more edge and Americana flavor, but... More >>

  • Doug Benson

    published July 2, 2015

    Doug Benson is a movie guy, the kind who loves to just sit down and talk about the craft of filmmaking as well as its flaws and faux pas. And... More >>

  • Heathers

    published July 2, 2015

    While we love Winona Ryder forever, we've got to shine a light on a completely different Heathers— that is, the indie alt-pop trio from Los... More >>

  • Laguna Beach: The Art Colony and It's History

    published June 25, 2015

    Who knew that Laguna Beach, land of surf, sea and beach blonde ice queens with their own reality shows, had such a rich history of art? Curator... More >>

  • 720° Pine

    published June 25, 2015

    Skater kids, your day has come. No longer are you confined to skate parks and empty cul de sacs to practice (or show off) your sweet tricks.... More >>

  • Summer Soulstice

    published June 25, 2015

    When it comes down to it, we really don't spend much time taking care our beautiful Mother Earth, while our own carbon footprints are screwing us... More >>

  • Born Free Motorcycle Festival

    published June 25, 2015

    What a long, strange, octane-fueled trip its been for the organizers of the underrated gear head gathering known as the Born Free Motorcycle... More >>

  • VHS

    published June 25, 2015

    A punk band that names themselves after an obsolete home movie medium, VHS spits out their caustic rock tuneage, recorded through analog means and... More >>

  • Style Festival

    published June 18, 2015

    Refinery29— aka your girlfriend's favorite fashion blog— will make our humble Brea Mall the destination for a loaded event full of... More >>

  • The Futures League

    published June 18, 2015

    Hawai, Glorious Wondour, Roah Summit. Mon., June 22, 7 p.m., 2015 More >>

  • Wattstax: The Special 2k Restoration

    published June 11, 2015

    Sadly, Wattstax is the concert film that time forgot, while we uphold other rock documentaries like Woodstock and Monterey Pop in the canon of... More >>

  • Louie Anderson Live

    published June 11, 2015

    Like many comedians, Louie Anderson has crystallized a lot of his early-life struggles into his stand-up routines, focusing on his childhood... More >>

  • Slaves Against The Machine

    published June 11, 2015

    Seminal '90s band Rage Against the Machine were truly influential for their time, bringing an original set of leftist, revolutionary views that... More >>

  • Costa Mesa Speedway: Harley Night & Sidecars

    published June 11, 2015

    Like Tom Cruise in Top Gun, we too have a need for speed, but instead of jet planes we fulfill it with the long-running series of motocross races... More >>

  • Sunsets at the Zoo

    published June 11, 2015

    For four Sundays out of the summer, Santa Ana Zoo will stay open after hours to allow families and foodies to check out its Sunsets at the Zoo... More >>

  • Boeing-Boeing

    published June 11, 2015

    The set-up to this cheeky farce is so typically '60s it might as well have had its characters dancing the Watusi. Enter Bernard, a lothario living... More >>

  • Giants at Large

    published June 11, 2015

    Pop punk's not dead, and when you consider that a slew of indie pop punk bands make there way here from out of the country or state, then its safe... More >>

  • Sweet Smell of Success

    published June 4, 2015

    Film noir was on the outs by 1957, but you can still see the genre's aesthetic impact on Alexander Mackendrick's black & white-lustered... More >>

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