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Announcing the First Class of the OC Food Hall of Fame!

27 days ago by Gustavo Arellano
It's been a long road, but Orange County finally gets proper nationwide recognition as a place where important food happens, where people look for the next big trends instead of us waiting four years before ripping off something from Los Angeles (seriously, those of y'all who create "concepts"? Nashville hot...
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Insert [You Sunk My 'Battleship'] Joke Here

5 years ago by Nick Pinkerton
Every once in a while, a movie comes along that's so utterly shameless it achieves a certain grandeur. Peter Berg's Battleship, which I swear to God is described in its Wikipedia entry as an "American science-fiction action naval war film," is one such movie. Over the past few years, the...
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A Musician's Guide to Getting Health Insurance

5 years ago by OC Weekly Contributor
By: Jessica HopperAre you a musician? Is your group having issues? Ask Fan Landers! Critic Jessica Hopper has played in and managed bands, toured internationally, booked shows, produced records, worked as a publicist, and is the author of The Girls' Guide to Rocking, a how-to for teen ladies. She is...
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Coachella "Leaks," Confirmations and Rumors

5 years ago by Alejandra Loera
It's almost crunch time and Coachella line-up announcements should come about at the end of the month. Yet, this still leaves a couple of weeks of fake-line up posters, rumors, speculation and "leaks" to go around the internet and spread like wildfire. Remember when we could buy tickets at the...
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Jose Quant Is the New Kid on the Old Masters' Block

5 years ago by Dave Barton
Jose Quant, owner and operator of Q Art Salon, doesn't want your money; he just wants you to love the artists he loves, as shown in his grand-opening exhibition, "The Knights Debut," neatly displayed throughout his two-story gallery in Santa Ana's Artists Village. The most accessible to readers of this...
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[Summer Guide] Different Brushstrokes This Summer at OC's Art Venues

8 years ago by Dave Barton
Different BrushstrokesLooks like it’ll be a busy summer inside the air-conditioned confines of OC art museums and galleriesThere won’t be any rest—or vacation—for the wicked this summer, with everything from Rembrandt to World of Warcraft putting in appearances at Orange County museums and galleries, with women artists or female-centric themes...
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[Web Exclusive!] Summer Grows Up: The Season of Big-Budget Bangs Uses Its Brain

9 years ago by Chuck Wilson
Explosions, pratfalls, and robots; heroes, aliens and blondes—it must be summertime at the movies. Beyond the flash, though, it's striking to note just how many movies will require us to actually think this summer—aren't we supposed to save thinking for the fall? Maybe it's the election, but there are some...
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XIU XIU STRIVE FOR ELEGANCE Undergrads tend to make that mistake where they cram everything they just learned into one giant impenetrable knot of confusion—and then turn it in as their midterm. And that's what the tangle of unrestrained emotion on Xiu Xiu's 2001 full-length, Knife Play, sounded like—a marble-mouthed...
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The Fly Life

14 years ago by ANDREW ASCH
Club Detour spurs the OC hip-hop revolution
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THURSDAY, APRIL 3 (Opening Night) Miranda United States, 2003 Drama Indie goddess Christina Ricci headlines a cast of scene stealers (including John Hurt and Kyle MacLachlan) in this romantic thriller about a schlubby librarian (John Simm) who falls for Miranda (Ricci), a slippery con woman. (Edwards Big Newport, 7:30 p.m.)...

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