This Week in the OC Weekly

In "A Skitch in Time" Vickie Chang acknowledges that Dogtown stuff is all well and good, but Skitch Hitchcock and friends know that OC's own Salt Creek Beach crew has left its own mark on the skateboarding world.

And Gustavo Arellano takes a look at Cirilo Flores, who rarely pursued discipline of molesting priests while serving on an important church board in "Meet the New Bishop."


• The Weekly's standing columns, ¡Ask a Mexican!, Hey You! and Savage Love.

• Restaurant reviews of India Cuisine in Santa Ana and Kawaii Bakery in Fountain Valley.

• Culture focuses on Hibbleton Gallery's ""Charming Decay: Photographs of Postindustrial Life" and Trendzilla talks necklaces.

• Our film critics review "Chandni Chowk to China," "Notorious" and local special screenings.

• Music features articles on Stefan Pruett of Peachcake and the 50th Anniversary of the Day the Music Died. Albert Ching's "Sound Guy" column reviews local bands' MySpace pages. Locals Only  listens to Los Fabulocos and we've got CD reviews of Animal Collective's "Merriweather Post Pavillion" (Domino) and Late of the Pier's "Fantasy Black Channel" (Astralwerks).

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