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16 days ago | Anacrime
By David Schwartzman and Matt Smith There’s evidence of a very California coup in the city of Anaheim, where an unusual alliance of city officials, government union leaders and developers is advancing its own financial interests at the expense of ...
2 months ago | OC Bookly
[Editor's note: One of Gustavo's all-time favorite academics is San Diego State English professor William Nericcio, who wrote the legendarily scabrous Tex[t]-Mex: Seductive Hallucinations of the "Mexican" in America, perhaps the funniest academic ...
8 months ago | Life on the Veg
By Lynn Lieu Mastering the knife takes years of practice. For restaurant chefs and cooks, it's about speed and precision. For home cooks, the right cut can elevate your Saturday night dinner by the T.V. to a little more gourmet experience - like, ...
8 months ago | DJ Culture
By: Andy Hermann Electronic dance music, or EDM as it's somewhat controversially called these days, has existed in one form or another since the advent of the first drum machine. Of the millions of electronic tracks produced since, these 20 repres...
8 months ago | Cha-Ching!
By Charles Lam There goes a 3-foot Elsa with verve, walking through South Coast Plaza on Halloween afternoon, passing Sears and Din Tai Fung before getting on the escalator down to go to Uniqlo. A Minnie Mouse and an astronaut flank her; behind th...