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2009 Stories by ERIN DEWITT

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  • Reed Work

    published February 5, 2009

    At first, this might sound like another Christopher Guest movie, but in actuality, Evening for Winds is a concert composed entirely of wind and... More >>

  • Music Machine

    published February 5, 2009

    Englishman John Mayall may have first gained notoriety at the tender age of 13 for living in his backyard treehouse—then even more so when he... More >>

  • Motorin'

    published February 5, 2009

    There’s something about motorsport competitions that really get American blood racing. Perhaps it’s all that machinery, speed, and those... More >>

  • All That Jazz

    published February 5, 2009

    Gus Giordano may have departed from this world less than a year ago, but his profoundly influential brand of jazz dance will continue to shimmy... More >>

  • In Motion

    published January 29, 2009

    For centuries, poetry has been the connecting force between word and song. Used to envoke any number of feelings and emotion, this ancient art has... More >>

  • Jeezy Chrizzy

    published January 29, 2009

    This cheeky, brazenly dark comedy penned by television writer Wayne Lemon (remember The Torkelsons?!) follows a week in the life of a young man... More >>

  • Trashtastic

    published January 29, 2009

    Its common knowledge that during rough economic times, the vice-businesses flourish. Booze, cigarettes, gambling, strippers...it’s a pretty... More >>

  • The Science of Art

    published January 29, 2009

    Bringing together two opposite brain hemispheres, the “Art of Imaging” exhibit combines art with medical science. “The images used... More >>

  • Abstract Expressionism

    published January 22, 2009

    Throughout his early life, Ary Stillman excelled at painting and attended fine art schools in Lithuania, Chicago, New York and Paris. He returned... More >>

  • Nyuk Nyuk

    published January 22, 2009

    Usually found bouncing between L.A.’s Comedy Store and the Hollywood Improv, Hot Comedy Action—a showcase featuring the best... More >>

  • Blow a Rack

    published January 22, 2009

    In what was once considered a passtime for middle-aged hetero men, the fine art of bowling has become decidedly more glamorous. Spin Tuesdays, a... More >>

  • Freakin' Glorious

    published January 15, 2009

    For anyone who gripes about the music scene being too scene-y (read: it’s all the same hipster-generated folk-pop), clap your hands for Ariel... More >>

  • Artist vs. Artist

    published January 15, 2009

    In this dual art show, David Michael Lee and Anthony Gordon (who both received an MFA from Cal State Fullerton), hang their paintings in... More >>

  • The Colors!

    published January 15, 2009

    Music, politics and art collide in a rainbow of painted images with The Color of Rock: the Art of Philip Burke. As Rolling Stone’s featured... More >>

  • Compose Yourself

    published January 8, 2009

    Leoš Janáček was one of the most notable and celebrated Czech composers of the 20th century. Born terribly poor in Moravia, he... More >>

  • Hot Air

    published January 8, 2009

    How exactly does one bring Jules Verne’s fantastical, globe-encircling story to a modest stage like that of the Laguna Playhouse? Director... More >>

  • Drink Up!

    published January 8, 2009

    Don’t be put off, all us in-betweeners are more than welcome, too. In what’s much more than just a deliciously contradictory name for a... More >>

  • Hangover Helper

    published January 1, 2009

    Most people wake up on New Year’s morning feeling rather pickled from the previous night’s festivities. If you can manage to pry... More >>

  • Flash Forward

    published January 1, 2009

    Shall we start making bets about the future of ’80s-themed club nights? How much longer will they be fun and novel before becoming something... More >>

  • Totally Cosmic

    published January 1, 2009

    Blending a mix of Europop with a dash of ghettotech to keep it nice and dirty, Champagne, France-based trio Le Le have a well-traveled knack for... More >>

  • Paperback Writer

    published January 1, 2009

    Southern California isn’t exactly the scariest of places. All that sunshine, ocean air, fucking Newport Beach . . . not the most fitting... More >>

  • Encendido

    published January 1, 2009

    Salsa dancing is an eclectic mix of such exotic dances as the mambo and Cuban son, plus a heavy dash of African influence. The end result? One... More >>

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