Gustavo Arellano is the editor of OC Weekly, author of the syndicated column "¡Ask a Mexican!", and Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America. He started at the paper with an angry, fake letter to the editor and went from there—only in Anacrime!
4 hours ago | Indigestion
It hasn't even been a full day, yet seemingly ever food lover, Southern California and Mexican in the United States knows about a video that depicted some loser violently overturning the food cart of Benjamin Ramirez in Hollywood on July 17. ROLL ...
1 day ago | Crime-iny
This past Saturday morning, Huntington Beach took time off from arresting criminals and denying the city has a drug problem to try and troll OC Weekly over our latest cover story: a coloring book in honor of this week's U.S. Open of Surfing. ...
4 days ago | OC Register Death Watch
An email announcing a buyout plan just went out to all employees at the Southern California News Group (SCNG), the parent company of the Orange County Register, Long Beach Press Telegram, Riverside Press-Enterprise and basically every daily p...
4 days ago | Hops to It!
Over the past decade, Irvine has somehow, amazingly shed its reputation as the most Stepford of Orange County's cities (you still have to pick between five shades of beige for your house paint, though). But every once in a while, the ghost of Don ...
4 days ago | Dishney
With news that Disneyland is tweaking its beloved Pirates of the Caribbean ride to better reflect our PC times, Weekly artist Luke McGarry decided to take the continued bowdlerizing of a legendarily politically incorrect ride to its logical c...
5 days ago | Español Music
Ranchera legend Pepe Aguilar returns to Orange County this Sunday, this time to the Pacific Amphitheater as part of the OC Fair's ever-awesome lineup. The last time he was in OC was just last year, when Pepe made history as the first Mexican-regio...