With a foundation of culinary knowledge and experience that includes the kitchens of SideDoor and 370 Common, Chef Robert Setina has street cred to act like Ramsay in his kitchen over in Old Towne Orange. Just ask his team. For his employment interview, Setina even brought along a bottle of his own ... More >>
The San Clemente-based Surfrider Foundation came out strongly against underwater seismic testing off the Central California coast, an industry reaction to Japan's nuclear nightmare after a destructive earthquake.But in a case of groups at times strongly at odds finding common ground (or water, actua ... More >>
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Neda SalamatDntelAugust 2, 2011The Detroit Bar"Warning: This video contains strobe effects." The projector holds, then flickers to a cascade of rain droplets, ranging from deep blue to aquamarine, in an assortment of sizes. In front of the display, Dntel, clad in jeans and lime green polo, is ... More >>
Today, jazz pioneer Miles Davis, who died in 1991, would have been 85. The year before his death, he published an autobiography detailing his truly amazing life story as well as wild accounts of his interactions with other iconic jazz greats. Between tales of Dizzy Gillespie's fondness of riling ... More >>
Trying to stop the auction of your father's foreclosed home is a gut-wrenching experience, and a Weekly reader was kind enough to share his tale of trying to delay the inevitable--by doing a Steve Carrell bit.The scene-by-scene after the jump.
A certain music festival and conference held annually in the sleepy hamburg of Austin, Texas announced their initial slate of performers this year, and there's not an Orange County or Long Beach band among them. We had several acts in last fall's CMJ Music Marathon, so this is kind of a bummer. Keep ... More >>