This Week in The OC Weekly
Daffodil J. Altan takes a look at Orange County launderer, Prudential Overall Supply, in "Taken to the Cleaners." Is the Irvine-based industrial-laundry company cheating workers out of a living wage? Three cities say yes.
In "The D Files" Gustavo Arellano takes a look at the declassified FBI files Exonerate Joel Dvorman, Orange County's original conservative scapegoat.
While R. Scott Moxley's "Moxley Confidential" takes a look at Jose Avina, the boy who sodomized four others at just 14 years old.
• The Weekly's standing columns, Ask a Mexican!, Hey You! and Savage Love
• Restaurant reviews of Hak Heang in Long Beach and Paul's Coffee Shop in Fountain Valley
• Culture pieces focusing on The J Flynn Gallery's "LOL" exhibit, Theatre Out's 'Small Domestic Acts,' Summer-Music-Festival Hippiewear and video games.
• Film reviews of "WALL-E," "Wanted" and local special screenings
• Music pieces on the George Michael, Plants and Animals, Dave Segal's Sprawl of Sound on Slayer's 'Reign in Blood,' Ariel Pink in the Studio, C.R.A.C. at Abstract Workshop, Rex Reason's Aural Reports on Songwriter David Choi Mixes Rhymes With Mash-ups, Locals Only on Cursed Chimera's 'The Great Caldune' and new CD Reviews
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