2 days ago | Longform
The man who organized the largest spontaneous rock concert in the history of Orange County lives in a van in a parking lot at Huntington Beach Central Park. Curtis Rainbow, 69, who changed his last name from Reed 40 years ago, shares the cramped v...
10 days ago | OC Snitch Scandal
There are a lot of good reasons to check out The Intercept this week. The online investigative website is opening up its Edward Snowden archive, publishing 166 leaked articles from the National Security Agency (NSA) internal newsletter SIDToday. &...
1 month ago | Little Saigon Follies
Vietnam's state-owned television network Vietnam TV, or VTV, celebrates the grand opening of its L.A. Bureau today in a private event at a Los Angeles hotel today. The number-one rated television network in Vietnam was established in 1970 with hel...
1 month ago
Jason Leopold, an investigative reporter for Vice who will be speaking to journalism students today at Cal State University Fullerton, is unique among national security reporters in the United States. Instead of living in Washington D.C. and winin...
1 month ago | Politics
OC Weekly investigative reporter R. Scott Moxley has been writing about the scandal-plagued District Attorney's office for years, most recently breaking major stories on how prosecutors routinely buried exculpatory information and illegally used j...
Will an Inventive Legal Strategy Succeed in Turning OC Marijuana Dispensaries Into Cannabis-Friendly Churches?2 months ago | From the Dead Tree Edition
The sacred blessing ceremony of Orange County's first cannabis-friendly Native American church is being held up by Mother Nature. It's late in the morning of Feb. 24, and Joy Graves squats before a bush on the side of a mini-mall parking lot along...