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2009 Stories by ERIN DEWITT

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  • Our Mother's Brief Affair

    published April 2, 2009

    Written by Richard Greenburg (who has secured a Tony Award, Los Angeles Drama Critics Award, an Oppenheimer Award, a Pulitzer finalist nod and... More >>

  • [Locals Only] Audacious and Precocious

    published March 26, 2009

    Audacious & PrecociousInstantaneous mosh pit, bodies flying around, more than likely some moderate structural damage:... More >>

  • Multiple Modernities

    published March 26, 2009

    This private collection, on view until May, displays art from several movements spanning the ’40s to the ’90s. “Multiple... More >>

  • 'Til Death Do Us Part

    published March 26, 2009

    She’s taught you about sins, limbo and meatless Fridays, and she probably smacked your knuckles with a ruler a few times. The uproariously... More >>

  • Elton John and Billy Joel

    published March 26, 2009

    Elton John and Billy Joel. Performing together. Again. Reuniting for the most successful concert pairing in pop history, the two music icons share... More >>

  • Fight Club

    published March 19, 2009

    “Fuck damnation, man! Fuck redemption! We are God’s unwanted children? So be it!” If you’ve never seen the 1999 film Fight... More >>

  • Spare Change

    published March 5, 2009

    Some of the greatest and most satisfying art shows are those that exhibit a multitude of different artists, each displaying a unique point of... More >>

  • Rashomon

    published March 5, 2009

    Taking a step back from stereotypical American murder-mystery settings (you know, smoky detectives’ offices in the ’40s), Rashomon is a... More >>

  • Cut Copy

    published March 5, 2009

    The first we heard of this Melbourne-based trio was when their debut LP graced the Weekly office a few years back. A bright pair of glossy,... More >>

  • Club Lucky

    published February 26, 2009

    Chosen by Weekly readers as the Best Gay Club in Orange County, Club Lucky is a weekly shindig at Tia Juana’s, but once a month, it becomes a... More >>

  • Life is a Song

    published February 26, 2009

    The Tony Bennett most of us know is the jazz crooner whose sold more than 50 million records, won 15 Grammys, sang “I Left My Heart in San... More >>

  • Rough Drafts

    published February 26, 2009

    Giving audiences a chance to become part of the play-writing process, the South Coast Repertory has been hosting “NewSCRipts”—a... More >>

  • Scintillating Artistry

    published February 19, 2009

    It’s always difficult to accept the passing of an icon; though Bettie Page will forever remain a timeless figure of brazen sexuality.... More >>

  • Double Time

    published February 19, 2009

    Dubstep sprouted from London’s garage scene almost a decade ago, but it took a little time to fully flourish. Often dark in tone and... More >>

  • Locals Only

    published February 19, 2009

    In the latest installment of the Orange County Music Awards Showcases, eVocal has jumped on the bandwagon alongside the likes of Detroit Bar and... More >>

  • Irvine Gives Back

    published February 19, 2009

    Nothing like a cherished childhood passtime to ease the restless thoughts of a slowing economy paired with the chilly bite of winter.... More >>

  • How to Make a Monster

    published February 19, 2009

    We’ve come a long way since Jaws—that big, mechanical fish that totally looked real for 1975 standards. With bounding advancements in... More >>

  • What Makes It Great?

    published February 19, 2009

    What’s the difference between your average classical music lover and a full-blown music aficionado? A little education. In Robert... More >>

  • Haute Dog

    published February 12, 2009

    Beauty may claim to be in the eye of the beholder, but we’d like to see one person who doesn’t go ga-ga for the smushy face of a... More >>

  • Ya Don't Stop

    published February 12, 2009

    All alone this Valentine’s Day weekend? Happen to have incredibly hip taste in hip-hop but no one to share it with? Then you ought to hit up... More >>

  • In the Spotlight

    published February 12, 2009

    He’s done what most playwrights have only dreamed of—become a critic’s darling, a multi-award winner (including LA Weekly’s... More >>

  • I Love You Porgy

    published February 12, 2009

    Often referred to as “The First Lady of Song,” Ella Fitzgerald’s crystal-clear vocals earned her a whopping 14 Grammy awards and a... More >>

  • Swoon Worthy

    published February 12, 2009

    Those looking for a little romance the day after Valentine’s Day (granted you’re not completely sick of all that lovey-dovey business);... More >>

  • The Adicts

    published February 12, 2009

    Springing up from the fertile punk soil of England circa 1975, the Adicts have proven to be far from burnt-out junkies—in fact, the band is... More >>

  • Manzanar Pilgrimage Exhibit

    published February 5, 2009

    It’s hard to imagine California ever lending it’s land to house a concentration camp. But in the 1940s, the United States imprisoned... More >>

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