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    Harald Martin and Me

    By now, ustedes have no doubt heard that the Anaheim Union High School District Board of Trustees recently appointed Harald Martin to fill a vacant seat. Martin, old-timers may recall, once compared himself to Zapatistas leader Subcomandante Marcos, ...

    @ Navel Gazing by Gustavo Arellano on July 26, 2007 @ 1:14 pm
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    Comic-Con 2007: Preview Night Photos

    We were there, and you weren't. So click the photo and check out our exclusive shots of Preview Night at the San Diego Comic-Con.

    @ Navel Gazing by Janine Kahn on July 26, 2007 @ 8:58 am
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    Thursday's Headlines & Surprises: Dirty Cop Sting

    It slices! It dices! It issues press releases! Members of the California GOP are proposing almost $1 billion in budget cuts for the poor, drug offender diversion programs and public transportation. They say it's the responsible thing to do and we bel...

    @ Navel Gazing by R. Scott Moxley on July 26, 2007 @ 7:29 am
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    Comic-Con 2007: The Beginning

    This is the real ghost train. San Diego, Wednesday night, downtown, after dark. All that's here is a smattering of oases of light, from cheap drug stores to greasy spoons offering a "really big Taco Plate" for $3.50. The streets, for now, are mostly...

    @ Navel Gazing by Luke Y. Thompson on July 26, 2007 @ 1:57 am
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    C'mon baby light my dryer!

    A blaring siren in my Costa Mesa neighborhood usually doesn't raise my eyebrow, but last night, as I hump home an armload of goods from Albertsons, a swarm of fire engines descending on my condo complex rouses my interest. When one of the trucks ente...

    @ Navel Gazing by Derek Olson on July 25, 2007 @ 3:44 pm
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    More Fallout from Anti-OC Weekly Article in The Nation

    On newstands now is what we wrote about last month: A Nation piece by UC Irvine professor Jon Wiener criticizing the Weekly's new ownership and the tumultuous turnover here earlier this year. Rumor has it the Nation will print a response by Weekly je...

    @ Navel Gazing by Gustavo Arellano on July 25, 2007 @ 1:46 pm
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    Context-Free Reportering Courtesy of the Register

    It's always a guilty pleasure to see a new Orange County Register reporter--usually fresh from college--write a story in which the guy (or cute gal) has no clue about what's in his face. The latest example occurred today, in a piece by one Sean Emery...

    @ Navel Gazing by Gustavo Arellano on July 25, 2007 @ 12:54 pm
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    Wednesday's Headlines & Surprises: Total Idiot

    What it takes to clean up your shit: Yesterday the Orange County Board of Supervisors approved a $2.3 million bond project in hopes of reducing the bacteria levels flowing onto San Clemente's notorious Poche Beach. The city will supply $500k. If hist...

    @ Navel Gazing by R. Scott Moxley on July 25, 2007 @ 7:23 am
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    Gershwin and All That Jazz: How Long Has This Been Going On?

    The name Gershwin brings back many fond memories for me as a child, hours spent drawing my favorite classic movie actors and actresses while listening to records with my grandma. So when I found out that the Pacific Symphony Orchestra was going to b...

    @ Navel Gazing by Leslie Agan on July 24, 2007 @ 9:19 pm
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    Independent Cinema Comes to Santa Ana

    As some readers may know, I occasionally dabble in acting and film-making, though I've only been paid for acting once, playing an evil American druglord in a Chinese movie called A Date in Paradise that, from what I understand, will likely never see ...

    @ Navel Gazing by Luke Y. Thompson on July 24, 2007 @ 6:13 pm
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    Young Guns 3 World Premiere in HB

    Watch Quiksilver's "hottest up-and-coming surfers" in the Thursday, July 26 world premiere of Young Guns 3. Like our editorial assistant Amanda, you too might be asking yourself: What is a Young Gun? "It means you travel so much you get new pages...

    @ Navel Gazing by R. Scott Moxley on July 24, 2007 @ 3:02 pm
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    Comic-Con is coming!

    To get an idea of the kind of coverage we'll be doing, we've just added a new slideshow of photos taken by and of me from the last two years. However, here's the difference -- in 2005 and 2006 I was blogging strictly for my own readership, with no w...

    @ Navel Gazing by Luke Y. Thompson on July 24, 2007 @ 1:32 pm
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    Tuesday's Headlines & Surprises: MTV films Newport Harbor High!

    The Real Orange County: After a piss-poor season of whiners and petty criminals from Laguna Beach High, MTV has turned its focus elsewhere and found Grant, Chase, Taylor, Chrissy, Clay and Allie from Newport Harbor High School, according to the Daily...

    @ Navel Gazing by R. Scott Moxley on July 24, 2007 @ 6:12 am
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    Decadence - One Man's Experience

    Here was how my train of thought went: Parking at a hotel will probably be around $12. But it's only 9 miles away. And I would like to indulge in free alcohol. How much could a cab possibly be? I know that long-time OC residents are laughing alread...

    @ Navel Gazing by Luke Y. Thompson on July 23, 2007 @ 5:10 pm
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    Because Even Bigots Need to Rest...

    ...You should join them this Saturday in Anaheim. The California Coalition for Immigration Reform--authors of the infamous Proposition 187 and architects of the modern Know Nothing movement--will hold a potluck for all members and interested individu...

    @ Navel Gazing by Gustavo Arellano on July 23, 2007 @ 12:26 pm
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    Monday's Headlines

    Adios, Laguna: MTV's shipping out of Laguna Beach and pulling into Newport for the next installment of the 'Real OC.' Poached? The Register has an interesting (and disturbing) tale on unauthorized human egg trafficking up today. The stem cell pat...

    @ Navel Gazing by Janine Kahn on July 23, 2007 @ 9:56 am
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    The Semiotics of RAW

    It's 8 p.m. Saturday and I'm sitting at the very last row of Anaheim's Honda Center next to pop culture guru and Weekly staffer Luke "LYT" Thompson. With our backs against the stadium wall, we've got quite a view of the glowstick-clutching crowd that...

    @ Navel Gazing by Janine Kahn on July 22, 2007 @ 9:18 am
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    Sunday's Headlines & Surprises

    Racist, check. Uneducated cop mentality, check. Nincompoop, check. Ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner! Of course, I'm kidding. Nothing was top secret. We all know about Martin's history during his previous board service. Art Montes, past presiden...

    @ Navel Gazing by R. Scott Moxley on July 22, 2007 @ 7:36 am
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    Saturday's Headlines & Surprises

    Gore could face prison for OC drugs: Rachanee Srisavasdi over at the Register courthouse bureau reports that Orange County prosecutors have charged Albert Arnold Gore III with two felony counts of possession of a controlled substance, two misdemeanor...

    @ Navel Gazing by R. Scott Moxley on July 21, 2007 @ 6:16 am
  • Wax-scratch Fever - FEEDBACK: The analog-digital wars rage on as OC DJs debate their weapons of choice

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    Wax-scratch Fever - FEEDBACK: The analog-digital wars rage on as OC DJs debate their weapons of choice

    You hear music in a club or a bar. You start to nod your head to the beat; or you get up and dance; or maybe you chat up a stranger or you walk out of the venue. Regardless of your decision, do you think about the means by which this music is invadi...

    by DAVE SEGAL on November 15, 2007
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