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  • Give That Dornan A Badge

    published May 29, 2007

    Best story of the morning goes to John Gittelsohn at the Register for his report on the weekend Strawberry Festival activities of Mark Dornan. To best appreciate this tale you have to know Mark. The... More >>

  • 21 Young OC Men Killed

    published May 28, 2007

    Thirty nine years ago this month, 21 young Orange County residents died in Southeast Asia. They'd answered our government's call to join the U.S. military, travel to the other side of the planet and d... More >>

  • Costa Mesa Fashion Hits Haight-Ashbury

    published May 27, 2007

    Apparel News has an interesting story on Costa Mesa-based RVCA's first retail store which will open in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury district in July. Deborah Belgum, senior editor at the publicatio... More >>

  • And now a word from Dana Rohrabacher on Mexicans, the Liberal Left, Lucy & Charlie Brown

    published May 26, 2007

    Congressman Dana Rohrabacher in the U.S. House of Representatives on 5/22/07: A tsunami of illegal aliens is sweeping into our country, crowding our classrooms, closing our hospital emergency rooms... More >>

  • Best Story of the Day: Cow Anus Burger?

    published May 26, 2007

    Los Angeles Times reporter Alana Semuels wins for the best story of the day. In the business section, Semuels reported on the increasingly comical burger wars in Southern California. According to Sem... More >>

  • Rohrabacher's Disgraceful Ties To Terrorists

    published May 25, 2007

    My pals over at OC Blog highlighted today an upcoming television program written by conservative Republicans who've gotten PBS to air a program called "Islam vs. Islamists," according to a press relea... More >>

  • Scary Battered Girlfriend Syndrome

    published May 25, 2007

    Nam H. Nguyen is a little stumpy guy with a bad attitude, no expression and a violent streak from here to Ho Chi Minh City. Among his notable accomplishments: murder and mayhem. Nonetheless, beautiful... More >>

  • Civilian Review of Sheriff Passes 5-0

    published May 22, 2007

    Steven Greenhut at the Register's Orange Punch Liberty Blog attended today's Board of Supervisors meeting and reports that Sheriff Mike Carona lost his bid to kill the concept of a civilian review pan... More >>

  • OC Weekly Wins National Award

    published May 22, 2007

    Judges at the Missouri School of Journalism considered more than 1,200 entries and yesterday awarded OC Weekly second place nationally for General Excellence in our circulation category among both dai... More >>

  • One Funny Step Ahead of the Fuzz

    published May 21, 2007

    It's only Monday evening, and yet we've found the best product of the week: Photoblocker spray for the license plate on your vehicle! Yes, you folks who fear photo tickets for running yellow or red l... More >>

  • CA soon to spend more on prisons than education!

    published May 21, 2007

    According to an article today by James Sterngold in the San Francisco Chronicle, California will soon have the dubious honor of being the first state to spend more on prisons than higher education. S... More >>

  • Key OC Republicans Back Civilian Oversight of Sheriff

    published May 20, 2007

    Steven Greenhut over at The Orange County Register's Orange Punch blog recently reported more bad news for Sheriff Mike Carona. Key members of the powerful Republican Lincoln Club announced last wee... More >>

  • The Undercover War on Terror at UCI

    published May 18, 2007

    Muslim students at UC Irvine are upset by the actions of an undercover FBI agent on campus, according to a report by Marla Jo Fisher in today's Orange County Register. Here's Fisher: This week, UCI... More >>

  • This is NOT a Joke, OC people

    published May 17, 2007

    The San Bernardino County Sun's Michael Rappaport reported today what every Orange County resident feared: The end is near. In an article about the increasing affuence of the Inland Empire, Rappaport... More >>

  • Dr. No Good?

    published May 16, 2007

    Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas announced the arrests of three medical doctors who allegedly traded their professional oaths for quick cash. Michael Cheeluen Chan, 61, Mario Z. Rosenb... More >>

  • Loretta Taking Her Act to HBO

    published May 16, 2007

    It's true! According to Dan Chmielewski over at theliberaloc.com blog, Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (D-Anaheim), is scheduled to appear as a guest on "Real Time With Bill Maher" Friday at 11 p.m. on... More >>

  • Stall in Montessori Killer/Rapist Sentencing

    published May 11, 2007

    Superior Court Judge William Froeberg had intended to announce punishment this morning for convicted Montessori killer/rapist Jonathan Phong Khanh Tran, 22. But Tran's mother switched defense lawyers ... More >>

  • Goofy: Why Are the Feds Giving Disneyland Special Anti-Terrorism Protection?

    published May 09, 2007

    KNBC's Chuck Henry recently scooped everyone with this: Oddly, the only two commercial properties in the U.S. that have gained federal no-fly-zone status after 9/11 are Disneyland in Anaheim and Disne... More >>

  • Saving them from WW2 Japan wasn't enough

    published May 08, 2007

    Matt Cunningham's Red County/OC Blog has an interesting post today on legislation backed by Representative Loretta Sanchez (D-Anaheim) that would require present-day U.S. taxpayers to pay reparations ... More >>

  • Disturbia

    published May 07, 2007

    A man using crutches but holding a gun still failed at carjacking. A motorist threw hot coffee on a bicyclist. Before he lost his wig and shoes, a man tried to steal a Nintendo game from a Laguna Beac... More >>

  • Beating Mexicans and Fox News Reporters

    published May 02, 2007

    Yesterday, with little or no warning, LAPD officers attacked unarmed Fox News personnel as well as men, women, children and the elderly gathered peacefully in Los Angeles--during the May 1 immigration... More >>

  • Gustavo Pulls Up to Haruki Murakami, Stuart Woods

    published May 02, 2007

    Ponder this: Just behind world-famous authors Haruki Murakami and Stuart Woods and ahead of nonfiction giants Greg Palast and John Stossel is OC Weekly's own Gustavo Arellano. Yesterday, Scribner pub... More >>

  • OC Tied to Alleged Seattle IRS Scam

    published May 02, 2007

    The Associated Press in Seattle reported this morning that IRS agents recently busted a massive tax-shelter scheme with potential ties to Santa Ana and Fountain Valley. According to federal court doc... More >>

  • Congrats to Gustavo

    published May 01, 2007

    At 8 p.m. tonight--after only a single day in release, Gustavo Arellano's Ask A Mexican reached #165 in nationwide book sales on Amazon.com. What will the number fall to after Gustavo--who appeared o... More >>

  • Journalism's Best, uh, Deep Throat

    published Apr 30, 2007

    Thirty days after April Fool's Day, Editor & Publisher magazine named Orange County Register boss Nelson Christian Anderson "Publisher of the Year" for the entire nation. Though you may have laug... More >>

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