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Magic Dick & Shun Ng

Wednesday, September 27, 8:00PM @ Don the Beachcomber
Magic Dick, the legendary harmonica player for Boston's legendary J. Geils Band, has recently partnered up with guitar and vocal sensation, Shun, to create one of the most dynamic musical acts to...
Nature, Acoustic, Blues, Roots
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Camp Flog Gnaw By The Minute Review

10 months ago by Josh Chesler
Camp Flog Gnaw Exposition Park 11/12-13/2016 Saturday 11/12 1:05 p.m. The Metro has a recording of Tyler, the Creator thanking everyone for riding it to Camp Flog Gnaw. Everyone at the station is chuckling when it comes on. (Josh Chesler) 2:40 I'm walking into the festival and there is a...
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Beach Goth 2016 By The Minute Review

11 months ago by Nate Jackson
Beach Goth The Observatory 10/22-23/2016 Saturday 2:11p.m. I can already tell these lines to get into The Observatory are going to be a pain in the ass…(Yvonne Villasenor) 3:32 This dude in front of me just took a fat puff off a blunt and chugged a beer during Wild Nothing’s set. Chill...
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See Dick Run . . . Away From Indoctrination Into the Gay Vegan Godless Proletarian Revolution!

8 years ago by Matt Coker
Katharine DeBrecht, a Fox News favorite who has already foisted onto young minds Help! Mom! There Are Liberals Under My Bed!, has written a follow-up titled Help! Mom! Radicals Are Ruining My Country!, an anti-Obama screed she boasts is "a hilarious and entertaining way for parents to sit down with their children and teach...
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Orange County's Scariest People of 2015

2 years ago by OC Weekly Contributor
By Gustavo Arellano, Josh Chesler, Matt Coker, Courtney Hamilton, Kristine Hoang, Charles Lam, R. Scott Moxley, Gabriel San Román and Nick Schou For all of 2015, your favorite infernal rag has been for sale, which made 2015 among the scariest years we Weeklings have ever faced (the thought of Susan...
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An Oral History of OC Weekly, Part 4: October 2010-???

2 years ago by Joel Beers
In which the helm of the Weekly returns to the hands of some O.G.s, new voices with new stories to tell arrive, much hell is raised anew, and while fuck is still printed, pendejo now reigns supreme As the Weekly began the fourth part of its 20-year history, times were...
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Mad Men: What's Left After Achieving Everything?

3 years ago by Inkoo Kang
Mad Men has always been about, among many other things, the exit of the old guard and the entrance of the new—and the acceleration of that transition by the mood and the movements of the ’60s. The pilot, set in 1960, finds the Sterling Cooper higher-ups scrambling to locate a...
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'The Hangover Part III': Heart of Fartness

4 years ago by Chris Packham
The unlikeliest of all the Hangover trilogy's comic implausibilities might be its four pampered, rich-boy leads unironically calling themselves the "Wolf Pack" without anybody ever making fun of them. In the slobs-versus-snobs comedies of the 1970s and '80s, the snooty rich kids were always the antagonists, bullying the nerds and...
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See This Tonight at Newport Beach Film Fest: Terms and Conditions May Apply

4 years ago by Matt Coker
You never know how these film festivals are going to play out. There have been years when it seems as if I've seen documentaries and action-sports films at the expense of feature-length dramas, comedies and other genres. This year, the opposite is true.Based on past Newport Beach festivals, I can...
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Preacher's Sons Will Teach You

7 years ago by Ryan Ritchie
It’s the little things in life that matter—just ask Fullerton/Long Beach folk/pop quartet Preacher’s Sons. For starters, the group—singer/guitarist Brandon Pfaff, drummer/vocalist Jeremy Pfaff, guitarist Jared Garcia and bassist Matt Barrios—are led by actual preacher’s sons (the Pfaff brothers). As if that weren’t enough, the foursome use an apostrophe correctly...

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