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Cousin's Bar-B-Q at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport Makes a Worthwhile Layover Feast

7 years ago by Gustavo Arellano
Constant traveling across the United States from John Wayne Airport has taught me that the main connecting hubs for flights out of our fair county are Phoenix, Denver and Dallas. I try not to spend any cash while on layover, the cheapskate that I am, but one booth always draws...
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Hey, You: Lost and Found

2 years ago by Anonymous
I was the idiot who lost his wallet at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and didn't realize it until I landed at John Wayne Airport; your husband was the man who found my wallet. You were the saint who emailed me and apologized that your husband accidentally held on to my wallet for...
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Folk Revival Festival Sticks to Its Roots and Throws an Old-Timey Party in Long Beach

2 days ago by Josh Chesler
Folk Revival Festival Rainbow Lagoon September 16, 2017 With new music festivals popping up every weekend and their established counterparts growing at an exponential rate, the Folk Revival Festival in Long Beach certainly could’ve gone for a massive spectacle and charged attendees a week’s worth of pay to come see...
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OC Sheriff Continues to Hide Evidence on Eve of Death Penalty Case Ruling

1 month ago by R. Scott Moxley
Orange County court records long ago established that Tony Rackauckas' district attorney's office and Sandra Hutchens' sheriff's department took a slam-dunk death-penalty case in People v. Scott Dekraai and unnecessarily cheated behind-the-scenes in hopes of robbing the defendant of a fair penalty phase and guaranteeing a state execution. After all,...
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From Mexico to the World, Johnny Quintana Talks About His Love for Chicano Tattoos

2 months ago by Josh Chesler
When Johnny Quintana first started filling in as a tattoo artist, many of his peers were still at the age where the most important art they saw was in comic books and cartoons. But as the younger sibling in an artistic Chicano household of the early ‘90s, Quintana had a...
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Jim Breuer Wishes He Was Still 10-Years-Old

2 months ago by Ali Lerman
Comedy fans should prepare to gather up the crew (yes you can even bring your parents but only if they’re cool, k thanks) because Jim Breuer is coming back to the O.C. for one night only, you lucky MFers. This Wednesday, July 19th, Breuer's hitting the stage at the Irvine...
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A Gay Pastor Leaves His Santa Ana Flock, Exposing the United Methodist Church's LGBT Rift

3 months ago by Gabriel San Roman
Hymn No. 558 in the 960-page United Methodist Hymnal is "We Are the Church," and the chorus to this call for Christian unity echoes through the high-arched ceiling at Santa Ana United Methodist Church (UMC). It's Pentecost, the day that commemorates when the Holy Spirit came to the Apostles, and...
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Even John Wayne Needs a Break from Orange County [OC Weekly Editorial Cartoon]

3 months ago by Gustavo Arellano
For our summer travel issue, Weekly writer/photographer/cartoonist Scott Feinblatt went down to John Wayne Airport and took note of all the locals getting the hell out of town to escape our current reality. Here's Scott's artist's statement: There's no doubt that strange days have befallen the US. Our political state has become...
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Meet the People Who've Made Orange County a Worldwide Center of UFO Research

3 months ago by Taylor Hamby
It was early August in 1965 and business as usual for Traffic Inspector Tech 2 at the Orange County Road Department. Overgrown foliage on street signs had brought Rex E. Heflin to Myford Road, near the intersection of Walnut Avenue in Santa Ana. He was driving northeast in a Ford...
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The Only Guide to Reykjavík, Iceland, You'll Ever Need—And, Yes, Go to the Penis Museum

3 months ago by Dave Lieberman
I stood, alone, my back toward Almannagjá, the rift and upthrust that separates North America from Europe in Iceland's Thingvellir National Park, and gazed into Drekkingarhylurinn, the "drowning pool" where women convicted of high crimes such as witchcraft were put to death before the reformation of the penal system in...

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