An illustrated version of our infamous listicles from last year
You live here in Orange County long enough, you realize that even in this wildly diverse county of ours, all the chicks are virtually the same. Oh, they'll come in different sizes, income brackets, and levels of prettiness, but our ladies seem to gravitate toward particular tribes, with membership f ... More >>
As everyone knows, I live in a P.O. Box in Anaheim. If I ever buy a shack, it'll probably be in some rundown barrio or other--can't exactly afford much making pesos, you know? But if I ever did buy a place, no way in hell would I ever go for a neighborhood with a Mello-Roos tax on it. Who the hell i ... More >>
Summer here is bliss, better than anyplace else in the States
Happy Quinceañera to us! A look back at 15 years of telling the other side (that is, the real side) of OC's story
The ex-sheriff's open-space dealmaking has some in San Juan Capistrano crying foul
Oaks Blenheim Riding Park
Six years ago, the Weekly cover story "Electric Horsemen: Is a rodeo mafia covering up evidence of animal abuse in California?" explored allegations by animal-rights organizations--including Orange County People for Animals (OCPA)--that broncos were secretly tazed at the second annual Rancho Miss ... More >>
Hellish fires now, Sahara Desert later, says UCI doom prophet Mike Davis
"Two cover stories about comic books in one year. Since when did OC Weekly become a publication for nerds?"
Green groups weigh Measure M support
Assemblywoman Mimi Walters (R-73, 241, 133) is a class act. And like any act, she can be yours if you can afford the hiring fee. Just ask Big Tobacco. Hell, just ask Rancho Mission Viejo; she's really going the extra mile for them. Sixteen miles actually—the length of the proposed Foothill-Sou ... More >>
Supervisor Wilson continues to portray himself as enviro-friendly, but thats a damn lie
Ken Ryan will save us from the environmentalists
Political transvestism and puma killing are in the news today, and both were implicit in posts on The Blotter yesterday. Coincidence or clairvoyance? Yesterday's first Blotter post dealt with the investigation by State Senator Joe Dunn (D-Garden Grove) into the California National Guard's spying o ... More >>
When theyre stuck in traffic, San Juan Capistrano residents should thank Joe Soto
Grassroots campaign aims to stop homebuilder from invading OCs last protected wilderness area
An A to Z Guide to Surviving the Death/Pause/Sunshine of the CenterLine
Januarys flooding wasnt an act of god, but man
Activists howl foul over Rancho Mission Viejo
Say hello to more South County homes, adios to wilderness
How a Harley-riding developer rolled into Santa Ana, raised hell and changed the future.
Agency announces bold plan to wipe out dangerous mountain lions: toll roads
10 arguments against turning Surf Citys water into brine
Is Ladera Ranch the green revolution or the same development crap in a new package?
Is a rodeo mafia covering up evidence of animal abuse in California?
Evil spawn of OCs Scariest People