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The Disney History Institute just released a newly transferred and retouched full-color home video that was shot in Disneyland in 1957. The park was less than two years old when the footage was shot.Check out the video (and learn more details about it) after the jump.
The Coen brothers take their tongues out of their cheeks for 'True Grit'
Surfer magazine's sometimes-wild, sometimes-mild 50-year ride
Andrew Youssef/OC WeeklyAriel Pink at the Detroit Bar in AugustAriel Pink and the Klaxons both play psychedelic art rock music that hipsters love; but today's launch of their respective videos garnered a mish mash of unexpected reactions. In fairness, the boobage that Ariel Pink is fighting with ... More >>
We went with the purple can.Web Editor Vickie wanted one of us in the office to drink something called Four Loko, some energy drink with 12-percent alcohol that's making schools nervous, that was just banned in Michigan, and makes students excited. No one on our staff is stupid enough to waste th ... More >>
UPDATE: Julian "Jules" Stanley Collender's Family and Friends Loudly Protest His Slaying by PoliceIt's been 2 1/2 months since the life of Julian "Jules" Stanley Collender was cut short by a single police gunshot, but the Yorba Linda 25-year-old's family and friends have maintained their pressure ... More >>
Jeff SmithJeff Smith is best known for his seminal all-ages work Bone, a series he worked on for about 13 years and 55 issues. Readers still flock to Bone in its collected editions, and it's cemented Smith's reputation as one of the most creative talents in comics. Unfortunately, Bone has ov ... More >>
The last time the Weekly pimped a book by Anthony Pignataro, it was El Toro Airport Watch: A No-Nonsense Guide to the Controversy Surrounding Orange County's Proposed El Toro International Airport. The title alone is nearly as long as the 54-page book, a staggering work of genius that is not really ... More >>
As readers of this blog know, I run occasional contests giving away copies of my books (Bryan Crowther? You got the city where Nigger Canyon is but never emailed me to claim your prize. Where are you?). As much as I want people to buy a copy so I can get a penny off of the royalty, I also understand ... More >>
To paraphrase a paraphrase of Mark Twain, reports of my deportation have been greatly exaggerated. Yes, I know I announced last Thursday that I was ending my ¡Ask a Mexican! column, but few people seemingly bothered to read the line where I stated my self-deportation was "effective the feast day o ... More >>
Proof in seven shots
It's one of those things you're liable to hear whenever the rain starts pelting down: "Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it." It's one of the few lines of Mark Twain's that just about everybody can quote. Two problems: first, it's not a Twain quote; second, it's not t ... More >>
Seven things that must be said about David Foster Wallace and his new book of essays
Vonneguts latest is lightweight, gaseous stuff
Remembering Hunter S. Thompson and Arthur Miller
Reflections on Election Day, 2004
Artists are Americans, too, You Jackasses
10 ways the Haidl Three got off
Jesus-freak satire panders to Christians and heathens alike
The Music Industry Descends on Anaheim and Gives it a Hickey
Howard Zinns Artists in Times of War
Fast Forward To Death
Joan Didion tells you how we live in the greatest state in the greatest country on the greatest planet!
White kids on dope!
The majestic meals of Caspian Restaurant
A pre-Eisner photo history of Walts unreal world
Said stresses multiculti dialogue
Is T.C. Boyles literature with a capital L?
Performance artist puts a wrap on Timothy McVeigh
SCR probes Shakespeare controversy
Or is his art his life?
Or is he just scamming us?