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2015 Stories by AIMEE MURILLO

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  • 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 >>

  • Up and Down

    published June 4, 2015

    Love can already have a heavy effect on your psyche, and its safe to say that the best art out there was influenced by some kind of amour fou. But... More >>

  • Rockabilly Weekend

    published June 4, 2015

    Some of us just can't wait for our yearly jaunt at Hootenanny in July, so in the meantime the two-day Rockabilly Weekend at the Orange County... More >>

  • Cristela Alonzo

    published June 4, 2015

    Although her ABC sitcom Cristela came to an abrupt close, the fact that a female Latina comic got her own sitcom on network television is a feat... More >>

  • Reece Hobbins and Julia Sonmi Heglund

    published June 4, 2015

    A quick glance at an art piece by Reece Hobbins hanging side by side with a piece by Julia Sonmi Heglund would suggest that the two artists' works... More >>

  • The Warlocks, Church of Sun, Blood Candy, Creatures Choir

    published June 4, 2015

    Get ready for some twisted prayers to come your way from Church of Sun, who let loose through their alluring bluesy psych rock sound. Creatures... More >>

  • A Printmaker on Printmaking

    published May 28, 2015

    We noted a few issues back that the 'California Printmakers' exhibition at Laguna Art Museum was a great new exhibit of seminal print artists who... More >>

  • Shezilla-Primal: A Surrealist Benefit Cabaret

    published May 28, 2015

    Long Beach-based surrealist art collective Shezilla (pronounced She-zilla) are about as fierce as you'd imagine, as they bring dark and radical... More >>

  • Where Ends Meet: A Retrospective of Works by Nancy Ravenhall Johnson

    published May 28, 2015

    Let's give it up for longtime Bowers Museum artist Nancy Ravenhall Johnson— from 1987 to 2012, Johnson bounced from one new position to... More >>

  • In Barcelona

    published May 28, 2015

    Ed Ruscha, Billy Al Bengston and Eric Orr are widely known in the art world, but little has ever been mentioned of the work they did for Spanish... More >>

  • Robert Henri's California: Realism, Race, and Religion 1914-1925

    published May 28, 2015

    Painter Robert Henri's realistic paintings were clearly at odds with the styles of Cubism, Surrealism and Dadaism that swept up European art... More >>

  • A Rocky Night Out

    published May 28, 2015

    The little record shop on Broadway in Downtown Santa Ana known as Beatnik Bandito has been hosting some major local talent lately with it's recent... More >>

  • Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

    published May 28, 2015

    Next to 1942's Yankee Doodle Dandy, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is probably up there as one of the most all-American films of all time. With... More >>

  • Dance Variations

    published May 28, 2015

    We all know that those back up dancers popping and locking furiously behind Beyonce in her videos, or tappa-tappa-tap dancing in a chorus line... More >>

  • Vicky and the Vengents

    published May 28, 2015

    With a large teased bouffant hairstyle that would make Ronnie Spector blush, Vicky Tafoya is the soul and sole female fronting Southern California... More >>

  • Hiatus Kaiyote

    published May 21, 2015

    With two full-length albums to their name, Melbourne quartet Hiatus Kaiyote have reached international attention, but they're still quite under... More >>

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