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    14 episodes of The O.C. in 1,260 words - The Year in Soaps

    Photo by Jorge SalasPerpetually mopey teen Ryan Atwood (Benjamin McKenzie) is up on charges after getting caught in a stolen car jacked by his big brother, but idealistic public defender Sandy Cohen (Peter Gallagher and his eyebrows, a million miles...

    by Matt Coker on January 1, 2004
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    Grimm End - The Year in Disappearing Ink

    Photo by Chuck Sundquist/ Courtesy of Long Beach Press-TelegramIt was small, dingy and built at the bottom of a hillside--making it impossible to find. In its final months, condos blocked out every possible view from its horizontal, slitlike windows...

    by THEO DOUGLAS on January 1, 2004
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    I Love Paris in the Meantime - The Year in a Hilton Sister

    Photo by Jessica CalkinsBefore she single-handedly inspired The Simple Life drinking game (thekicker.nymetro.com/archives/000223.html), before 15-year-old boys worldwide caught a glimpse of her impressively multitasked romp in the sack, Paris Hilton...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on January 1, 2004
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    2003 Soundtrack - The Year in Music

    Local Artists The Blank Tapes, Country Western Honky Tonk Saloon BluesA one-man show operated by ambitious OC gent Matt Adams, this 24-song, 80-minute epic was a strange, scrumptious blend of acoustic guitar art-meanderings--part travelogue, part ...

    by Rich Kane on January 1, 2004
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    Letters - The Year in Your Hateful Letters

    Fuck you, OC Weekly! What happened to you? . . . I was doing fine until I turned to a photo of a nude guy [performance artist Tim Miller] with his flesh Lexus staring me in the face . . . Given OC Weekly's anti-Christian bias, I wasn't surprised to ...

    on January 1, 2004
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    Looking Back - The Year in Tomorrow

    Was a time when Tomorrow was big. Back in the '60s and '70s, despite--or perhaps because of--Vietnam and nuclear missiles, Tomorrow was a good place to be. They even gave it a name: Tomorrowland. Unlike the rest of Disneyland's fluff, Tomorrowland h...

    by Steve Lowery on January 1, 2004
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    Heavy is the Crown - The Year in Sports

    It was a year of unfulfilled promise in professional sports. The Angels earned the right to call themselves World Series champs and then rarely played like it. After a heroic run to the Stanley Cup finals, the Mighty Ducks lost Paul Kariya, who bolt...

    by Steve Lowery on January 1, 2004
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    Eddie Ready - The Year in a Life Turned Around

    Photo by James BunoanAs a reporter who covers the never-ending war between gangs and cops in Orange County, I'm used to writing depressing stories about people doomed to a lifetime of pointless violence that ends in incarceration or death. So when I...

    by Nick Schou on January 1, 2004
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    Cruelty to an Animal - The Year in Mickey Mouses 75th birthday

    Illustration by Bob AulIn November, America celebrated the 75th birthday of Mickey Mouse. In his long history, the world's most famous rodent has not always lived up to his squeaky-clean image. As the following timeline makes clear, over the decades...

    by GREG STACY on January 1, 2004
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    Please Leave a Message - The Year in Returning Not

    Reporters hold this truth to be self-evident: the phone is not good. When the phone rings in the music department, the other end is pretty much always going to be, "ME-ME-ME-ME-PAY ATTENTION TO MEEEEEEEEEEEEE!" with an LA phone number tagged on the ...

    by Chris Ziegler on January 1, 2004
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    Koos Coup - Another Year With Nothing To DoAgain?

    Photo by James BunoanWhen we woke up from New Year's in January 2003, we had no Koo's, and the all-ages options for teens from Long Beach to Dana Point were painfully poorer for it. And when we wake up from New Year's in 2004, we might suddenly find...

    by Chris Ziegler on January 1, 2004
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    Do You Want New Wave or Do You Want the Truth? - The Year in War

    We'll see the sun tomorrow, Gleaming out from behind the smoke. The pigeons will make their rounds, There will be screams from your TV. Someone you know may die, And the grass will still grow. There will be no apocalypse, But things wi...

    by Chris Ziegler on January 1, 2004
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    Santas Mailbag - Pour an Eggnog and Read Along

    Illustration by Bob AulDear Santa: Please don't send me a thing for Christmas. There are toys I want, but take them to some little boy in Iraq. That's where my daddy is, and if he sees a little boy there playing with my toy, maybe it will make him s...

    by JIM WASHBURN on December 25, 2003
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    So Joey Bishop Walks Into A Bar . . . - Mr. Gottlieb lights a chocolate menorah, and we celebrate Christmas with the superrich

    Photo by James BunoanThe Children's Choir of the Jewish Academy is dreideling on and on and fucking on Sunday, when every Jew worth his percentage points is clustered at Fashion Island waiting for Joey Bishop to light the world's largest chocolate m...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on December 25, 2003
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    FOR THE BENEFIT OF MRS. ROHRABACHER

    Berkeley-based Americans for Safe Access (ASA) is using poignant testimony by Representative Dana Rohrabacher(R-Huntington Beach) to convince other lawmakers to defend medical-marijuana initiatives endorsed by citizens across the country. In a Dec....

    by Matt Coker on December 25, 2003
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    The Stress Case

    Illustration by Bob AulI've been your manager for one year. I saw you take a three-month "stress leave" because you were being held accountable for your piss-poor performance. You came back to work, and I was genuinely happy, only because I wanted t...

    by ANONYMOUS on December 25, 2003
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    We Respond to Register Letters!

    On Dec. 17, the Register published a letter from Eugene F. Page III who lamented that environmental activism "has gone way beyond protecting the environment." As proof, he cited opposition to desalination plants and concluded the attitude of environ...

    by SCOTT GIFFIN on December 25, 2003
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    Tales from Real Life! - Holiday Horrors!

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    on December 25, 2003
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    Letters

    Letters may be edited for clarity and length. E-mail to letters@ocweekly.com, fax to (714) 708-8410 or send to Letters to the Editor, c/oOC Weekly, P.O. Box 10788, Costa Mesa, CA 92627-0247. THE LAST TO KNOW CBS scooped you guys! Thursday, Dec. ...

    on December 25, 2003
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    Dont Be Poor in Orange County - A Holiday Story of Homelessness

    Photo by Nick ShouSvetlana King isn't your typical Orange County homeless person. She's a former professional gymnast from Ukraine. Has a college education. Isn't addicted to drugs. Isn't mentally ill. But she's unlucky. "I've been in shelters s...

    by Nick Schou on December 25, 2003
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