What You Missed: OC Roller Derby, Orange International Street Fair, Wood Racket Classic

What You Missed: OC Roller Derby, Orange International Street Fair, Wood Racket Classic
Keith May

IT'S ALL OVER! Long holiday weekend, we already miss you. So where were you this weekend?

Did you miss the OC Roller Derby killer hometown match? We didn't! The bad-ass gals of the Huntington Heartbreakers invited us out to their match on Saturday against Psycho Ex-Girlfriend (strikes fear in your heart, don't it?) and how could we say no? The Heartbreakers won the match, some injuries were procured--the norm at roller derby matches, obviously--but it was all worth it. Click here for the full slideshow, panties and booty shaking and all.

Next up: Schmoooze with Orange County's finest at the Wood Racket Classic in Costa Mesa and check out the boozy goodness of the annual Orange International Street Fair. 


What You Missed: OC Roller Derby, Orange International Street Fair, Wood Racket Classic
Chris Victorio

The Orange International Street Fair celebrated its sixth year in Old Towne Orange on Friday through Sunday. Friends and family convened in the streets to experience all sorts of food, dance and culture. And beer. Lots of beer. Like this gal. Click here for blurred visions of really-really-hot beer maidens, drunken pals and drunken celebration.

What You Missed: OC Roller Derby, Orange International Street Fair, Wood Racket Classic
Keith May

Nooow: The 11th Annual Wood Racket Classic Tournament! On Sunday, hipsters and the er, well, rich people (sometimes both) gathered at the "backyard estates of Clay Peterson and John McCray" to help raise funds for cancer research at Hoag Cancer Center. Traditional tennis attire inspired by all-time tennis faves such as Fred Perry and Stan Smith were strooongly encouraged--"it not socially mandatory." See photos of the smashing event here



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