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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. By submission of a letter, you agree that we ca...

    on February 28, 2002
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    Remembering the Future of Orange Countys Great Park

    "History has shown us that the Great Park of Orange County . . ." The president of the United States stops in mid-sentence as a gust of wind unsettles the stage bunting, whooshes his hair and lifts the first lady's skirt. Overhead, a mini-tornado ...

    by NATHAN CALLAHAN on February 28, 2002
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    Good Gaddi Almighty! - Even as Edison was claiming it was nearly bankrupt, it paid the new Peace Corps chief more than $300,000 in bonuses

    Photo by David KawashimaIn early 2001--at the height of the deregulation energy crisis that left Californians paying skyrocketing power bills--Southern California Edison (SCE) worked to convince consumers that the company was also a victim of price ...

    by R. Scott Moxley on February 28, 2002
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    Bumping in the Night - Strange thrills in Silent Hill

    Early on in Silent Hill 2, I realized that its protagonist, James Sunderland, was the first video-game character I've ever really cared about. Given video games' well-earned rep as a medium targeted almost exclusively at the sensibilities of 12-year...

    by GREG STACY on February 28, 2002
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    Art, Gays and the American Way

    From Robert Mapplethorpe to Andy Warhol, USC professor of art history Richard Meyer's Outlaw Representation: Censorship and Homosexuality in Twentieth-Century American Art (Ideologies of Desire) masterfully documents the collision between gay sensib...

    by TIM MILLER on February 28, 2002
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    Welcome to Jesusville

    Illustration by Bob AulHey! You with the gigantic, gaudy cross in my parents' neighborhood. You put up that 10-foot monstrosity for Christmas and now, deep into February, it's still up there, looming like a . . . like a 10-foot cross. It's not only ...

    by ANONYMOUS on February 21, 2002
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    Diary of a Mad County

    TUESDAY, Feb. 5 The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' Consumer Expenditure Survey says we Orange Countians spend more on cars, homes, clothes and grooming than the rest of the country but less on books, booze and cigarettes. Because it's better to lo...

    by Matt Coker on February 21, 2002
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    Zepeda Zaps Zelf

    Photo by Mark SavageIt seemed like a great idea at the time: Steve Zepeda, much-admired Long Beach club guy, booking bands into Kozmos, a Sunset Beach bar that has operated under innumerable names during its tenure near the corner of PCH and Warner ...

    by Rich Kane on February 21, 2002
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    Waiting for Spitzer - Republicans dance like lesbians at convention in San Jose!

    I didn't call my Aunt Anne Marie--ne Uncle Johnny--while I was in San Jose for the California Republican Conventionthis weekend, even though s/he lives right down the street. I am so proud of him (and her), making the decision at the age of 56 to s...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on February 21, 2002
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    Miracle on Civic Center Drive - How the DA turned a quiet act of forgiveness into a high-profile endorsement

    Photo by Jack GouldMaybe we missed something when DeWayne McKinney showed up at the Santa Ana office of District Attorney Tony Rackauckas a couple of Saturdays ago to publicly make peace with the man who once begged a jury to put him to death. Eve...

    by DAVE WIELENGA on February 21, 2002
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    Bushwa - Does the Times have the courage to call the president a hypocrite?

    Ever wonder why brutal terrorist organizations like al-Qaida enjoy global support? You might find part of the answer in a U.S. foreign policy that is frequently hypocritical. Consider George W. Bush's Jan. 29 State of the Union address, in which the...

    by ANTHONY PIGNATARO on February 21, 2002
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    Honored Heroes, Forgotten Dead - Of monuments and memory

    Photo by Steve LoweryNearly hidden in Irvine Regional Park is a tribute so obscure that most people don't know it's there. A park employee--a woman sitting 100 yards away, selling tickets to the Orange County Zoo--said she had never heard of it. Fin...

    by JOHN STEPHENS on February 21, 2002
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    Stuck in the Middle With Dave - Ellis works both sides of the El Toro Airport issue

    Photo by Jack GouldDave Ellis is a busy guy. As a big-time political consultant--the go-to guy for all of Orange County's most powerful developers--he shows up occasionally at lavish fund-raisers for local officials. For the past seven years, he has...

    by ANTHONY PIGNATARO on February 21, 2002
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    Its the Airport, Stupid - Measure V deserves victory

    Photo by Jack GouldIn 1996, Republican Party insiders privately predicted that time would reveal Todd Spitzer's cynicism. Spitzer had just been elected Third District Supervisor partly because of his opposition to the proposed international airport ...

    by R. Scott Moxley on February 21, 2002
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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. By submission of a letter, you agree that we ca...

    on February 21, 2002
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    Hour of White Power - Reverend Robert H. Schuller relies on a man with ties to Neo-Nazis to build religious understanding

    Photo by Jack GouldA year-long investigation has revealed that the Crystal Cathedral's Reverend Robert H. Schuller relies on a man with ties to American neo-Nazis in a campaign to build relations between people of different faiths. William W. Bake...

    by STAN BRIN on February 21, 2002
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    Blow Their Butts to Hell! - Radio minister Rich Agozino says illegals procreating wildly in takeover plot

    Illustration by Bob AulRich Agozino loves to provoke. In 1997, for example, the minister and host of Crosstalk (get it?) on Costa Mesa-based KBRT-AM 740, advocated public executions of California's gay and lesbian citizens. "This is not about hate o...

    by R. Scott Moxley on February 14, 2002
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    Andrew Jacksons Friend

    Illustration by Bob AulTwice a week for more than a year, you've come into the bar where I work, and you still address me by one of three terms of endearment: "barmaid," "dyke" or "bee-yatch." "Barmaid"? What's your problem? Too many Renaissance Ple...

    by ANONYMOUS on February 14, 2002
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    Real Great Tax

    The pro-airport propaganda machine that once filled mailers with warnings that El Toro might become a maximum-security prison has stalled. Today the best it can generate is bumper-sticker politics--derisively referring to the proposed Great Park as ...

    by ANTHONY PIGNATARO on February 14, 2002
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    Diary of a Mad County

    TUESDAY, Jan. 29 We pick up the latest issue of our favorite independent newspaper in North Orange County, the Fullerton Observer and read that the Fullerton City Council denied a conditional-use permit to a businessman who wanted to open a two-stor...

    by Matt Coker on February 14, 2002
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