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2009 Stories by ERIN DEWITT

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  • Uncommon Burlesque

    published December 31, 2009

    Not as much uncommon as it promises to be uncommonly good (cute girls doing cheeky strip-teases is pretty standard burlesque fare), the... More >>

  • The Wizard of Oz

    published December 31, 2009

    She’s been named one of the greatest female stars in the history of American cinema, inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame, and, last month,... More >>

  • Holiday on Air

    published December 24, 2009

    If you’re still hanging on to the last few threads of Christmas cheer, you’ll be pleased to know the festivities aren’t quite over... More >>

  • Black Christmas

    published December 17, 2009

    If all this holly-jolly business is starting to trigger your gag reflex, maybe you need a little anti-holiday entertainment. The latest... More >>

  • Orange County Underground Burlesque Society

    published December 17, 2009

    Taking a break from their usually themed shows, the Orange County Underground Burlesque Society's December showcase is dubbed "Ladies... More >>

  • Frank Sinatra - 94 Years Young

    published December 10, 2009

    Ol’ Blue Eyes would have been 94 years young this weekend. And to celebrate the man who conquered song, screen and an entire generation of... More >>

  • Like Water for Chocolate

    published December 10, 2009

    Arguably one of the most romantic films ever shot (taken from an equally amorous novel, written by Laura Esquivel), Like Water for Chocolate... More >>

  • Weathering the Storm

    published December 10, 2009

    For an artist who thrives on social commentary, the shitty state of the nation sure provides a wealth of inspiration. Take San Francisco artist... More >>

  • The Lost Patrol

    published December 3, 2009

    Sprung from the wells of Shadows and Ventures vinyls and a deep love for Siouxsie while others lusted for metal, the Lost Patrol found each other... More >>

  • Peter Pan

    published December 3, 2009

    It’s one of those children’s stories that’s always held the fascination of adults—who actually wants to grow up, anyway? If... More >>

  • Latin American Dance Fiesta

    published November 26, 2009

    Formal dancing has definitely seen a resurgence in popularity over the last few years—we can thank all those dance competition shows for... More >>

  • Rabbit Hole

    published November 26, 2009

    The Long Beach Playhouse gets especially somber this month with their rendition of David Lindsay-Abaire’s Pulitzer-winning play Rabbit Hole.... More >>

  • A Christmas Carol

    published November 26, 2009

    It’s become as much a holiday tradition as hanging stockings over the fireplace, baking all those Christmas cookies, and rearranging your... More >>

  • Spring Awakening

    published November 19, 2009

    To pen a play about teenage sexuality, masturbation, abortion and suicide takes some guts. But to do it in 1890’s Germany? That takes... More >>

  • The Science of Gingerbread

    published November 19, 2009

    So you ate all the sugar cookies, the pumpkin pie—you even ate that nasty ol’ fruitcake. December only comes around once a year (as does... More >>

  • Mexico: Festival of Toys

    published November 19, 2009

    And so, the onslaught of Christmas has begun. And with the charge of all things holiday comes the barrage of toy commercials encouraging kids to... More >>

  • The Dark Room

    published November 12, 2009

    Recently celebrating its 1-year anniversary, the Nomadic Image gallery in the Artists Village of Santa Ana doesn’t see the hurdles generated... More >>

  • The Art of Alex Grey

    published November 12, 2009

    Alex Grey is definitely what you would call a “thinking man’s artist.” Or at least, a thinking man who considers copious amounts of... More >>

  • Wattergate: The Final Chapter

    published November 5, 2009

    Being a part of perhaps the biggest political scandal to rock the Republican Party usually means impending death to one’s career—unless... More >>

  • Personajes de Colores: A Strong Calvalcade of Characters

    published November 5, 2009

    Lauded as one of today’s most refreshing artists (published in Sketchbook: Conceptual Drawings from the World’s Most Influential... More >>

  • Yahya El-Hobb 
(Long Live Love)

    published November 5, 2009

    Chapman University continues its string of pique-your-interest special screenings this week with the Egyptian film Yahya El-Hobb (Long Live Love)... More >>

  • Taxi Driver screening with Harry Ufland Q&A

    published November 5, 2009

    Of all the Martin Scorsese films to dance across the silver screen, 1976’s gritty drama Taxi Driver stands out as one of, possibly... More >>

  • Orny Adams

    published October 29, 2009

    It’s probable that you’ve never heard of Orny Adams—but you sure know his work. Born Adam Orenstein, the brazen, in-your-face... More >>

  • Haunted Fullerton Walking Tour

    published October 22, 2009

    Highly theatrical blood-and-guts haunted houses are all well and good. In fact, they’re pretty awesome. But what really raises goosebumps are... More >>

  • The Swell Season

    published October 15, 2009

    Though they had to delay their last scheduled in-store performance at Fingerprints—winning an Oscar for Best Original Song has a way or... More >>

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