Chill the Red Bull, re-heat the coffee and warm up the crack pipe: your eyeballs are about to get a workout from local screens in the days ahead. "Imagine This" took a film crew high into the Andes Mountains. First, Laguna Beach Film Society screens the documentary Imagine This tonight. Eion ... More >>
Photo by Tim Harvey You might have seen Elliott Almond on his board in Newport Beach, Huntington Beach or San Onofre. Here he sits on a mini-mal at Ocean Beach, San Francisco.Today's OC Weekly Summer Guide features a Q&A with Elliott Almond, who spent several years covering surfing and ot ... More >>
Like any great actress, Orange County native Azia Kim is skilled in the art of bullshit. So profound are her chops that she successfully fooled an entire 210-resident dorm at Stanford University into believing that she was a second-year biology major. She went so far as to buy textbooks for classes ... More >>
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From the OC Weekly Archives - Jan. 3, 1997
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Jonathan Franzen teaches you how to survive a mass society
UC Irvine history prof Mike Davis cant write a damn thing without the nuts going nuts. This time, the controversys over an obscure reference to Winston Churchill.
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Developer allegedly overcharged tenants for utilities
I want to be classy!
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Anaheim high school prez Harald Martin wants Mexico to paybut he cant add
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