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    Welcome Back, Koo's!

    It has been 15 months since Santa Ana city officials forced Koo's Art Caf, the much-loved, much-missed all-ages space for indie art and music, out of its home, a ramshackle former Chinese restaurant on Main Street, where it had been since its 1994 ...

    by Rich Kane on April 17, 2003
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    Asshat, Dickslap, Thief

    Illustration by Bob AulI've worked retail for years, and I know when I've spotted a thief. Case in point: you. My wife and I were in Best Buy one recent night, looking for a PlayStation 2 game when you came by pushing a shopping cart, said excuse me...

    by ANONYMOUS on April 17, 2003
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    The Wars Most Unusual Casualty - Registers relationship with Fox News anchor dead in fight over Iraqi war coverage

    Fox News commentator Bill O'Reilly and the editorial crew over at The Orange County Registeroften delight their conservative audiences with savage attacks on Democrats while rationalizing or ignoring Republican Party shenanigans. Take, for example, ...

    by R. Scott Moxley on April 17, 2003
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    Jimmy Pimplemans Guide to an Early Spring Break

    Doesn't it feel as if high school will never end? Want to make your spring break longer? Follow these five simple steps, and you, too, will be sent home early: 1) Create an anti-American-sounding group like Students for Democracy Now Radical Coali...

    on April 17, 2003
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    What Happened to the Tops of Your Pants?

    Photo by James BunoanThe soft bigotry of low expectations rampaged all over the California's Funniest Female Contest semifinals at Martini Blueson Saturday. I mean, all offense to founder Bill Word (who apparently teaches the aspiring Sheckys in his...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on April 17, 2003
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    Diary of a Mad County

    MONDAY, March 31: Over the weekend, Daily Pilot editor Tony Dodero writes, "We are fortunate to live in a country that allows the expression of dissenting opinions." Allows. I've seen and heard this sentiment for some time, so let's make this clear:...

    by Steve Lowery on April 17, 2003
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    Everybodys All-American Mexican

    Local war stories, there've been a few, but in the early slogging, none was more poignant than that of Jose Angel Garibay, the 21-year-old who joined the Marines in 1999 so he could study. Instead, Garibay died in action in Nasiriya, becoming Orange...

    by Matt Coker on April 17, 2003
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    The Last Resort - Iraq is rocked, but our desert rocks

    "What this war needs is a really hot weathergirl," groused Chris Gaffney on the phone to me recently as Operation Pretty Missiles rounded out its second week. Drastic times do call for drastic hemlines, and if the TV news insists on giving us the we...

    by JIM WASHBURN on April 17, 2003
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    Throwing the Book at Us

    Under the Patriot Act, librarians and booksellers are required to open their records to the FBI so the feds can trace a person's Internet activities and the books he has been reading and buying. Since these investigations are conducted in secret, th...

    by JAMES RIDGEWAY on April 17, 2003
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    Play Dick Nichols Spot the Mexican Challenge! - With me, Dick Nichols!

    Hola! Me llamo Dick Nichols! That's Mexican for "Howdy, I'm Newport Beach/Corona del Mar Councilman Dick Nichols!" You may remember me as the guy who knows how to spot Mexican motorists driving through Newport Beach or as the guy who recently oppose...

    on April 17, 2003
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    Letters

    Contact us via e-mail (letters@ocweekly.com), regular mail (Letters to the Editor, OC Weekly, P.O. Box 10788, Costa Mesa, CA 92627) or fax (714-708-8410). Letters will be edited for clarity and length. All correspondence must include your home city ...

    on April 17, 2003
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    Aloha, New York - Manhattan turns west, toward Quiksilver

    On March 22, surfwear giant Quiksilver opened its Boardriders Club store No. 69, this one on the corner of 42nd and Seventh in New York's Times Square. The 3,300-square-foot retail space was requisitely spectacular, featuring a ceiling made of some ...

    by Steve Lowery on April 17, 2003
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    Peace Through War - Mater Deis lockdown may ignite new anti-war movement on campus

    Photo by James BunoanLuis Sarmiento was snoozing during his midday religion class at Santa Ana's Mater Dei High School on April 1 when classmates suddenly erupted in whoops. A dean at the parochial school had announced over the public-address syst...

    on April 17, 2003
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    Over the Hill - Quail Hill exposes Agrans migration from no-growth to pro-growth

    Illustration by Bob AulThe late Senator Barry Goldwater spent his long political life boosting progress and never-ending growth. But in retirement in Arizona, Goldwater moderated. He began to appreciate the natural wonders his no-holds-barred growth...

    by ANTHONY PIGNATARO on April 17, 2003
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    You Think the Register Sucks Now? - Gustavo Arellano speaks to a former Reg reporter about the papers scary future under new ownership

    Prospective buyers are already salivating over the sale of Freedom Communications--parent company of The Orange County Register--after the Hoiles clan decided March 6 to divest themselves of the family business. But few suitors have made overtures a...

    on April 17, 2003
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    A Stupid Thing to Do - Was the shooting at a Santa Ana rehab center a hate crime or a fight among friends?

    Photo by Matt OttoOn Feb. 23, 20 white teenagers jumped 18-year-old Rashid Alam, a Lebanese-American, near his home in Yorba Linda. Wielding baseball bats, golf clubs and beer bottles while chanting neo-Nazi slogans like "White Power!" they nearly b...

    by Nick Schou on April 17, 2003
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    Car Crash Fetish - The art of Register photographer Mell Kilpatrick

    Harbor & Garden Grove, truck wreck Photo by Mell Kilpatrick, courtesy of Ape Pen Publishing (www.apepenpublishing.com) The tanker trunk is jackknifed across the 405. Don't look. Behind it sits a totaled Pontiac, its front end crushed to the fi...

    by NATHAN CALLAHAN on April 17, 2003
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    Outpatient

    Dr. Patricia Farrow (Catherine Kellner) is a pretty, prim blonde and in a lesser film would waste no time at all before hopping on top of Morris (Justin Kirk), a fascinating mental patient who looks like Jude Law after far too many sleepless nights....

    by GREG STACY on April 10, 2003
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    Strange Fruit

    In Joel Katz's Bravo-style essay Strange Fruit, the sequined Billie Holiday, swaying on a 1957 Paris stage, unleashes the grievous moans of the titular lament--adding the pathos of a further marginalized female observer to composer Abel Meerpol's hu...

    by LAURA SINAGRA on April 10, 2003
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    P.S. Your Cat Is Dead

    Best known as co-author of A Chorus Line, the late James Kirkwood was to the movies born--his father directed Mary Pickford; his mother, popular silent star Lila Lee, played opposite Valentino. P.S. Your Cat Is Dead, Kirkwood's 1972 comic novel abou...

    by ELLIOTT STEIN on April 10, 2003
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