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  • Duncan Hunter, Dick Nixon and "Gunga Dana" Rohrabacher

    published Nov 01, 2006

    In light of San Diego area rightwing hawk Rep. Duncan Hunter's quixotic bid for the U.S. presidency, MadCow Morning News compiles the Top Ten Reasons to Go Dunkin' With Duncan. (Thanks to the eagle-ey... More >>

  • Coyote Sale

    published Nov 01, 2006

    Friends of Coyote Hills—the group battling valiantly to protect the last undeveloped land in Fullerton—hold their fifth annual Garage Sale Fundraiser from 7 a.m. to noon Friday and Saturda... More >>

  • Support Your Local Right-Wing Bloggers

    published Oct 31, 2006

    Enough, enough, I say, to those who are chastizing various local GOP bloggers and GOP blog responders over their inadequacies and mealy mouthedness when it comes to calling out the racists and racism ... More >>

  • Speaking of congressional races ...

    published Oct 31, 2006

    Check out this little ray of sunshine from Bloomberg (the news service, not the mayor): Candidates Ignore $1.35 Trillion Minimum Tax `Bomb' By Ryan J. Donmoyer Oct. 31 (Bloomberg) -- Congressional ca... More >>

  • Here's the story...

    published Oct 10, 2006

    This was compiled by Will Swaim; see if you can spot the actual quotes (answer at the bottom): Jan: It's always Marcia, Marcia, Marcia... The Family Friend: It's not personal, Jan. It's just that yo... More >>

  • First Winona, Now Marissa

    published Aug 24, 2006

    From Weekly staffer Kater Perez (shown here getting Marissa'd): Should we consider it a charitable cause—like Save the Whales and Free Tommy Chong—or a desperate cry for sanity from night... More >>

  • Seen in SanTana

    published May 02, 2006

    Here's a Tenaya Hills photo from yesterday's protests in the streets of Santa Ana... ... and right outside our World HQ—how convenient! For more coverage, check out Thursday's print edition (an... More >>

  • Arresting Arrested Development non-developments

    published Apr 04, 2006

    Mitch Hurwitz, the pride of Estancia High who created the fab but now sadly departed Arrested Development, which had been the best show set in Orange County until that reality knock-off Coto de Desper... More >>

  • Crashing Guns

    published Mar 30, 2006

    Hosting the U.S. premiere of Crash turned out to be a coup for the 2005 Newport Beach Film Festival, whose organizers noticed a marked increase in interest from Hollywood for this year's April 20-30 r... More >>

  • Chuck Estes, R.I.P.

    published Mar 28, 2006

    This is Joel Beers on the Fox Fullerton theater crusader, who died after lapsing into a coma ... The Fox Fullerton theater, which showed its last film in 1987, is still years—and several millio... More >>

  • Fun with Brackets, Mexican Style!

    published Mar 28, 2006

    The following message was left on a Weekling answering machine. But as you read this, keep in mind that a more competent and diligent and unbigoted school administrator than Frances Claire you'll neve... More >>

  • Gustavo Ally? Gustavo Allah? Gustavo Ay-yay?

    published Mar 28, 2006

    Someone from OC Weekly is going to be on the KTLA Morning News in a few seconds. But based on how the anchors were mangling his name during their Mexican student protest stories, it's Gustavo Ari-, Al... More >>

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