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    To Do Tonight - 01/22

    REGISTER TO VOTE, till midnight Today's your last chance to register to vote in the presidential primary. Doooo it! Registrar of Voters, 1300 S. Grand Ave., Santa Ana FULL MOON WALK, 5:30 p.m. Howl at the first full moon of the year, which was inci...

    @ Navel Gazing by Janine Kahn on January 22, 2008 @ 4:10 am
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    State Park Scare Tactics

    Or, How to Fool a County. To soothe concerns that their 241 (Foothill-South) toll road extension would rape the environment, destroy endangered species and habitat, pave over archaeological and sacred sites, close the San Mateo Campground, bisect in...

    @ Navel Gazing by Alex Brant-Zawadzki on January 21, 2008 @ 8:05 pm
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    The Incredible Shrinking Newspaper

    Last Friday, on the slowest of news days, the OC Register announced that it would become the largest daily newspaper in the country without a business section. The story came two days after the news that the Register's OC Post and Irvine World News...

    @ Navel Gazing by Daffodil J. Altan on January 21, 2008 @ 7:19 pm
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    Art of Boozing

    I'm used to getting comments on this blog that trend towards the negative (see the "What You Missed Over the Weekend" post below for a prime example), so it was a rare treat to receive the following message in my inbox: "Read some of your reviews on...

    @ Navel Gazing by Luke Y. Thompson on January 21, 2008 @ 5:37 pm
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    Long Beach Trek-tacular

    As much as I enjoy Star Trek, and always have, I can't say I was that enthused by the idea of "Star Trek: The Tour." What could they show me that I haven't seen? Could it possibly top the Star Trek Experience in Las Vegas? Do I really want to pay top...

    @ Navel Gazing by Luke Y. Thompson on January 21, 2008 @ 3:06 pm
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    Icky Vicky and the Renaissance Plan

    Yesterday, we promised to investigate why SanTana officials were so adamant in redrawing the boundaries for its much-vaunted Renaissance Plan so that planning commissioner Victoria Bentacourt could vote it. Actually, we knew what we wanted to write, ...

    @ Navel Gazing by Gustavo Arellano on January 21, 2008 @ 8:26 am
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    What you missed over the weekend: Part VI

    NAMM 2008 came and went, with fans and music celebs flooding the Anaheim Convention Center. Weekly web photographer Christopher Victorio dropped by the madhouse on Saturday and ran into folks from Slipknot, Megadeth, Queensryche, Motley Crue and even...

    @ Navel Gazing by Janine Kahn on January 21, 2008 @ 8:15 am
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    To Do Tonight - 01/21

    AN EVENING WITH FRANK MICKADEIT, 7 p.m. Dying to get cozy with OC Register columnist Frank Mickadeit? The flyer says there's a good chance he'll serenade you too. Fullerton Public Library, Queen Mary, Long Beach CASINO NIGHT WITH THE ANAHEIM DUCKS, ...

    @ Navel Gazing by Janine Kahn on January 21, 2008 @ 1:52 am
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    Santa Ana Officials Redraw Renaissance Plan Boundaries Again

    Today, Los Angeles Times SanTana reporter Jennifer Delson delivers a bombshell of a story on the city's Renaissance Plan: not only did city officials redraw the Renaissance Plan boundaries to omit the family businesses of councilmember Vince Sarmient...

    @ Navel Gazing by Gustavo Arellano on January 20, 2008 @ 2:58 pm
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    Letters From OC Weekly Readers

    'As an Evil, Predatory Gabacho, I Relish the Mexicans' Lack of Respect for Education and Reading' Letters may be edited for clarity and length. E-mail to letters@ocweekly.com, or mail to Letters to the Editor, c/o OC Weekly, 1666 N. Main St., Ste....

    by STAFF on May 8, 2008
  • Humberto Caspa's New Book Chronicles the Fear and Loathing of Mexicans in Costa Mesa

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    Humberto Caspa's New Book Chronicles the Fear and Loathing of Mexicans in Costa Mesa

    Terror Town Humberto Caspa chronicles the fear and loathing of Mexicans in Costa Mesa If Orange County is the Mexican-hating capital of America, then Costa Mesa is its capitol--the crucible where anti-immigrant measures get debated, adopted, exec...

    by Gustavo Arellano on May 8, 2008
  • [Moxley Confidential] Police Files Tell the Back Story of Jonathan Tran's Murder of Hanna Montessori

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    [Moxley Confidential] Police Files Tell the Back Story of Jonathan Tran's Murder of Hanna Montessori

    The 'Freak Accident' Murder Police files tell back story of Montessori killing investigation A tall, lanky, intellectually gifted immigrant with impeccable manners and a face that oozed warmth, 21-year-old Jonathan Tran wasn't too unlike many oth...

    by R. Scott Moxley on May 8, 2008
  • [Hey, You!] What a Wickhead

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    [Hey, You!] What a Wickhead

    To the hipster-artist scum whose party I attended: I'm sure for you and your ilk that using the tall, saint-adorned votive candles as decorations is a cool and ironic comment about how unreligious you are and that you probably think that those of us...

    by ANONYMOUS on May 8, 2008
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    [Ask a Mexican!] Stay Home and Watch 'COPS' With Your Traditional Mexican Woman

    Dear Readers: The paperback version of my book is in stores now, with even more gratuitous Guatemalan jokes. Buy, por favor! Now, on to the preguntas . . . Dear Mexican: Whenever I see the television showCOPS, the white folks pull over and hope...

    by Gustavo Arellano on May 8, 2008
  • Rocky Costanzo, Founder of LifeLine Entertainment, Has Made Four Films But Can't Quit His Day Job

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    Rocky Costanzo, Founder of LifeLine Entertainment, Has Made Four Films But Can't Quit His Day Job

    Rocky's Road The founder of Huntington Beach-based LifeLine Entertainment has made four feature films, but he still can't quit his day job If you happened to be at the Huntington Beach Public Library on March 29, you could be forgiven for thinkin...

    by LUKE Y. THOMPSON on May 8, 2008
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    Delinquent Mike

    Turns out former Sheriff Mike Carona is not only A delinquent, but now is just plain delinquent as well. The ex-Sheriff resigned in order to legally accept an offer of free legal assistance to help face the massive FBI allegations piled upon him. Ot...

    @ Navel Gazing by Alex Brant-Zawadzki on January 19, 2008 @ 5:23 pm
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    Obey My Jowls!

    Below is a video of Ken Calvert on his support of the 241 Toll Road. Nevermind that his reputation is on the line. Nevermind that he worked to garner earmarks (see Of Pork and Ken, Feb. 16 2006) so that taxpayer money could be spent on "environmental...

    @ Navel Gazing by Alex Brant-Zawadzki on January 19, 2008 @ 3:31 pm
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    How Not to Sell Art

    My post earlier this week about the attempted naming of the Santiago Street Lofts area as the historically inaccurate North Logan Art District (NoLo for short) has sparked quite the mini-imbroglio through comments on Navel Gazing, private email and c...

    @ Navel Gazing by Gustavo Arellano on January 19, 2008 @ 11:19 am
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    Toll Road Sound-Byte Wars

    Governor Arnold Schwarnzenegger thinks the TCA's 241 (Foothill-South) toll road extension (which would bisect San Onofre State Beach, impact an Indian burial ground, mess with Trestles and possibly bring about Apocalypse) is about as tasty as steroid...

    @ Navel Gazing by Alex Brant-Zawadzki on January 18, 2008 @ 8:51 pm
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    Last Night: Mad Money at the Block in orange

    After approximately five Miller Lites from my favorite OC bartender Ife (he works at both Cafe Tu Tu Tango and The Auld Dubliner), I had a decision to make: which midnight movie to see? CLOVERFIELD would clearly have been the best option, but I had ...

    @ Navel Gazing by Luke Y. Thompson on January 18, 2008 @ 4:49 pm
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