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'The Ides of March' Offers No Game Change

6 years ago by Karina Longworth
A procedural on the political manipulation of medium and message, George Clooney's fourth directorial effort, The Ides of March, is bookended with scenes of media-op prepping. In the first, Stephen Myers (Ryan Gosling), a 30-year-old campaign adviser to Democratic presidential candidate Mike Morris (Clooney), fills in for his boss at...
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5 Ways Facebook Has Changed Console Gaming

6 years ago by Peter Mai
Facebook games are on a completely different wavelength than modern gaming on consoles. They're simple, often mindless, and accessible to just about everybody. People who aren't typically gamers have now been introduced to games with a community larger than XBOX Live, or PSN. It did a better job at forming...
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Foo Fighters Ice Bucket Challenge Just Changed the Game

3 years ago by Jena Ardell
The Foo Fighters, known for their humorous music videos and parodies, always know how to turn it up a notch. By now you've seen countless videos of celebrities (and non-celebrities) accepting the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS, but no one has executed their video quite like the Foos. We can't...
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A Man and His Dog [Special Screenings, Sept. 21-28]

2 hours 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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Jack Johnson Embodies the Best of a Supremely Chill Ohana Fest

9 days ago by Daniel Kohn
As it tries to find its place on the overcrowded Southern California festival calendar, Ohana Fest is doing its best to be different. It’s location at Doheny State Beach makes it easy to go for a surf in the morning, and take in tunes in the afternoon. Or, if you’re...
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Myspace Changed the Game for Musicians Everywhere. Then Facebook Messed Things Up

5 years ago by Moses Sumney
With Facebook's stock and growth rates skydiving, it's time to say something that should have been said a long time ago: Myspace was better. Maybe not when it came to its coding or those garish "personalized" pages, but definitely when it came to music. Back in the day—say, about 2004...
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TK's Froghouse in Newport Beach Remains Surf Royalty After 55 Years by Remaining Old School

20 days ago by Arrissia Owen
Fittingly, Thomas K. Brimer gets pretty jumpy. The lean, somewhat-bombastic sixtysomething surfer with the shaggy mop of blondish-gray hair and thick, black-framed, Coke-bottle-thick glasses moves about a mile a minute through the aisles of TK's Froghouse Surf Shop. As he stealthily maneuvers the rows of wetsuits and surfboards at his...
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Hard to Do [Savage Love]

21 days ago by Dan Savage
My brother just broke up with his girlfriend for the second time in eight months. They had been together for two and a half years, and she became pretty discontent when she finished college and my brother entered law school because all his time and attention weren't revolving around her...

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