Organizers claim the LA Art Show -- a massive, mixed-media event that showcases everything from cutting-edge contemporary installations to works by Renoir and Monet -- is the main reason the Los Angeles City Council declared January "Los Angeles Art Month." What their resolution doesn't mention is h ... More >>
In the new issue of the Weekly, you'll find Greg Stacy's list of 25 reasons why John McCain sucks. To this, I'd like to add reason #26: He once referred to Bridget, his adopted Bangladeshi daughter, as "this ugly, black thing." Maybe. Or probably? You be the judge, and read this first-person story ... More >>
Weekly art critic Greg Stacy writes: "It is my sorry duty to report that we recently lost yet another fine local gallery, the J Flynn of Costa Mesa. Recent months have seen far too many local galleries close up for good, as the art world continues to suffer the effects of the ailing economy. In a t ... More >>
"I still don't want to go to hell. Even if it is like a big swanky Shag illustration."
The Rocky Horror Show at the Maverick Theater, Orange County Peace & Justice protest in Costa Mesa, “Shag: The World, the Flesh & the Devil” at Pure Color
'Bosomy? Not only is that irrelevant, it sails dangerously close to the ingrained misogyny of tabloid coveragesomething I would have thought your paper would want to avoid.'
In case you're not a fan of what Greg Stacy or Chris Ziegler had to say about gift-giving this week, then here's a quick note to let you know about some nifty holiday gifts for those loved ones of yours. First up? Couch guitar straps. New Fidelity man Dan Perkins designs the straps, and currently ... More >>
Aurora Borealis; Facing the Giants; Flyboys; Jackass: Number Two; Man Push Cart; Open Season
'One story comes to mind of a woman who passed popcorn kernels, and she hadnt eaten popcorn in 35 years!'
May 24 - May 30
In recent weeks, smallish films deserving a second look have found a home in Huntington Beach. Actually, two homes if you count the Regency Charter Centre (formerly an Edwards), which has shown a penchant for holding on to some worthy flicks even as the huge summer blockbusters roll into town. For i ... More >>
OnDVD: The Towering Inferno: Special Edition
2006 Newport Beach Film Festival has a tough act to follow
Revised for the Web!
Special anemic holiday week edition!
Onscreen dissent is on campus
O art, where art thou?
A film by Greg Stacy