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Anaheim City Council Creates Working Group to Study its War on the Homeless

3 months ago by Gabriel San Roman
These days, Anaheim city council meetings are about as exciting as Angels baseball, complete with the same shoddy attendance. City staff set up chairs in the overflow room with an expected vote on Anaheim's controversial anti-camping ban Tuesday night, but they weren't needed. Meetings have devolved into bore-a-thons, with councilwoman...
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A Man and His Dog [Special Screenings, Sept. 21-28]

1 hour ago by Matt Coker
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Fathom Events and Paramount Pictures added a third 35th-anniversary screening of director Nicholas Meyer's cut of the 1985 movie that jumped off the original Star Trek television series episode "The Space Seed." Longtime Starfleet nemesis Khan Noonien Singh (Ricardo Montalban) is alive and...
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Whole New Language [Special Screenings, Aug. 24-31]

28 days ago by Matt Coker
RiffTrax Live: Doctor Who—The Five Doctors. It's an encore presentation of Mystery Science Theater 3000 refugees Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett riffing wise Aug. 17 on the 1983 Doctor Who film The Five Doctors, in which someone is taking the Doctor's past selves out of time and space...
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Obvious the Bastard's Got Lyme Disease [Special Screenings, Aug. 17-24]

1 month ago by Matt Coker
Beauty and the Beast. It's a live-action remake of the Disney animated classic with Dan Stevens playing the young prince imprisoned in the form of a beast, Emma Watson as Belle, the first girl to visit the prince's castle since it became enchanted, and Emma Thompson voicing lovable Mrs. Potts...
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Going Rogue [Special Screenings, July 13-20]

2 months ago by Matt Coker
The Princess and the Frog. This 2009 animated flick brought an African-American into the Disney-princess fold. Tiana's (Anika Noni Rose) dream of opening the finest restaurant in New Orleans is derailed when she meets Prince Naveen (Bruno Campos), who has been turned into an amphibian by evil Dr. Facilier. Mistaking...
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The Force Is With Us [Special Screenings, June 8-15]

4 months ago by Matt Coker
LUNAFEST. Here is how my colleague Aimee Murillo described this event to preview the Feb. 4 stop in Orange: "Since 2000, LUNA—the company that makes healthy, nutritious snack bars for women—has sponsored a traveling showcase of short films made by and for women around the world to promote their social...
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Animal Shelter Volunteers to Raise Concerns About Conditions to Irvine City Council

3 years ago by Matt Coker
Irvine Animal Care Center volunteers say they will attend Tuesday's Irvine City Council meeting to express their concerns about conditions at the city-run facility. Botched euthanasia procedures, putting strays down too soon and keeping dogs caged up for hours without letting them out to relieve themselves are among their concerns,...
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Jurassic Recall [Special Screenings, April 20-27]

5 months ago by Matt Coker
Newport Beach Film Festival. Orange County's 18th-annual cinextravaganza kicks off with the opening-night film Take Every Wave: The Life of Laird Hamilton, followed by a lavish gala, then continues through the official closing-night picture, The Exception, and another party. In between are more than 350 short, youth, foreign, music, family,...
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Gone With the Fishpeople [Special Screenings, April 13-20]

5 months ago by Matt Coker
Orange Film Festival. ASI Productions at Cal State Fullerton presents a collection of films created by classmates. Titan Theater, Titan Student Union, Cal State Fullerton, 800 N. State College Blvd., Fullerton, (651) 278-3501. Thurs., April 13, 7 p.m. Call for ticket prices. Rifftrax Live: Samurai Cop. As the recent Mystery...
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"State of the California South Coast" to be Shared in San Clemente

6 months ago by Matt Coker
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife, California Ocean Protection Council and California Ocean Science Trust this week released what is billed as the most comprehensive study to date on Southern California’s coastal ocean. “State of the California South Coast,” which will be presented to the public in Orange County...

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