I can't speak for you, but here are five things coming to small screens that I don't want to miss.
The former trainer of legends Tito Ortiz and Rampage Jackson on the champions, his career and MMA's future
Hey, kids: guess what time is it? It's time to restart that Long March known as 100 Favorite Dishes (INSERT YEAR). YEAH!!! Hey, don't ding us for listicles: Weekly DataLab studies show ustedes love this gimmick, launched in honor of our coming Best Of issue. Besides, it is rather fun to do this for ... More >>
People can change and the truth is, Mike Tyson is a changed man. His life is one that embodies what legends are made of making something out of nothing, becoming one of the most feared in the ring, into the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, then spiraling to jail time, money woes, lawsu ... More >>
Think back to the '80s and '90s and the hours kids spent playing mindless video games on systems that aren now considered less powerful than your cell phone. Whether it was Nintendo, Super Nintendo or Nintendo 64, our generation of gamers were glued to video games like Mario and NBA Jam. While ... More >>
Christopher Victorio/OC WeeklyCheck out our slideshow for more blink-182 pictures here!Blink-182 and My Chemical RomanceOct. 1, 2011Honda CenterIf you've been keeping up with Blink 182 news, you know they've spent the last two months trucking along with the decade-old Honda Civic Tour and are pla ... More >>
[¡Ask a Mexican!] And do they hate Manny Pacquiao?
Here's one thing you have to remember about Manny Pacquiao: he's a lover, not (just) a fighter. A lover of singing, that is. The pound-for-pound, best boxer in the world is so confident of a victory against Sugar Shane Mosley tomorrow at the Mandalay Bay Hotel that he already has a post-fight cel ... More >>
Racism isn't always obvious. From time to time, a number of blatantly racist video games are released, and everyone goes apeshit. There are rare situations, however, when the racism isn't as obvious. These are the situations in which thoughtless stereotypes are used, or when games touch upon infl ... More >>
I went to a Bill Hunt for Sheriff fund-raiser tonight, and a Joe Arpaio Dinner Show broke out.
Joseph G. Cavallo grew up poor in tough New Jersey neighborhoods, graduated from law school, made himself nationally famous as a California criminal-defense lawyer who earned millions of dollars. He owns an Orange County mansion, a small Caribbean island and a fleet of luxury cars Mike Tyson would e ... More >>
Santa Ana teenager Ronny Rios has fought his way into contention for the U.S. Olympic boxing team. He didnt do it alone
Dutch director Theo van Gogh is so identified with political martyrdom -- having been murdered by a radical Islamist -- that it comes as a bit of a surprise to sit down to a screening of INTERVIEW, the American remake of his movie of the same name, and discover that it's a comedy...sort of. Like Tal ... More >>
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Nightlife and more: Nov. 2 - Nov. 9
Jester hats? Because they're crazy
Notes from the American Idol Tour
Greg Topper still rules the lounge
The return of Isaac Hayes
And list in the lines in Willie Nelsons face
The fourth OC Weekly local music sampler
Black Guys Imitating White Guys Imitating Black Guys: The strange end of the hip-hop revolution
John Lee Hookers spooky tone poetry
Or is Tom Jones back in town?