Contrary to a lot of what we write about our little county, there are times when people in OC are actually funny on purpose. Not typically thought of as a stronghold for stand-up comedy, you'd be surprised at the gloriously irreverent, local and nationally touring comedians that line up to have thei ... More >>
Some might say that Sebastian Maniscalco was given his break on the Wild West Comedy Show, but in reality, he's been in this game bringing the laughs for a while. From stand-up on George Lopez to corresponding for Jay Leno and a Comedy Central special, you could say Sebastian has staying power, s ... More >>
Back in "high" school. Before she was America's sweetheart, was Cameron Diaz LBC's pothead?
On Wednesday's Lopez Tonight, Diaz admitted that during her days at Long Beach Polytechnic High School, she's "pretty sure" she bought marijuana from none other than Snoop Dogg, a classmate of hers in t ... More >>
On Monday, Weezer dropped the news that Jorge Garcia, more recently known Lost's Hurley, was on the cover of their eighth album.
Is it weird to have my boyfriend's face on the cover of Weezer's new album titled Hurley? Yes. Is it also awesome? Yes.
"I'm excited to know that t ... More >>
Kudos to the former CHiPs actor--who I had a huuuuuuuuuuge crush on growing up. He's seemingly given up on starring in infomercials shilling dodgy swampland and is now the costar (along with Tony Stewart and Carrot Top) of the latest Burger King ad, where he plays on his reputation for having an ... More >>
Dear Mark Sanchez:As a proud UCLA Bruin, I know I'm not to say this, but congrats on an amazing Rose Bowl. Your passes ripped through the Penn State defense like your ethnic cousins continue to do across the United States-Mexico border. Which leads me to the point of this post:Stay in school for Mex ... More >>
If there's one thing the Anti-Immigrant All-Stars are good at, it's at spinning wild, wacky conspiracies about Mexicans. The latest going around, as I reported last week, was a supposed Mexican shit epidemic plaguing the streets of Dana Point. As the article points out, none of the day laborers inte ... More >>
Goddamn it, for the first time ever in this Tick-Talker's weak Weekly memory, a press release rolls in about Edward James Olmos--on the day that the Day Laborer of Print and Radio Journalism, Gustavo Arellano, is off to New Yawk for his much ballyhooed appearance on NBC's Today Show: Special Victims ... More >>