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OC Weekly Offers $1,000 Prize to Winner of Proposed MMA Fight Between Alt-Right Frenemies!

21 days ago by Gabriel San Roman
Whatever the Alt-Right lacks in organizing prowess, it sure makes up for in drama. After being vastly outnumbered at rallies in Boston, Laguna Beach and Berkeley, the movement is circling the drain with rampant infighting. The latest salvo comes courtesy of the Fraternal Order of Alt-Knights' (FOAK) Orange County chapter...
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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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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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As You Wish [Special Screenings, July 27-Aug. 3]

2 months ago by Matt Coker
The Secret Life of Pets. It's the 3D-animated tale about a terrier named Max (voiced by Louis C.K.) who enjoys a comfortable life in a New York building until his owner adopts a giant, unruly canine and they wind up in a truck bound for the pound. Bring a blanket...
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Johnny Benitez, Rising Star In Alt-Right Circles, Isn't Who He Says He Is—Or Is He?

5 months ago by Gabriel San Roman
Three bald white guys seated on the patio of the Gypsy Den in Santa Ana last November had one thing on their minds: reviving the long-dormant Orange County chapter of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), a leftist labor union better known as the Wobblies. Sterling Abrades was dressed...
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Inventing Enchantment [Special Screenings, June 22-29]

3 months ago by Matt Coker
2017 DCI Tour Premiere. Fathom Events and Drum Corps at the Cinema broadcast live into movie theaters nationwide the top ensembles performing at the seventh annual Marching Music Major League season opener. AMC Orange 30 at the Outlets, 20 City Blvd. W., Orange, (714) 769-4288; Cinemark Century Stadium 25, 1701...
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"Taco Trucks at Every Mosque" Celebrated Latino and Muslim Unity in Garden Grove Last Night

3 months ago by Denise De La Cruz
Orange County's Muslim and Latino communities broke bread—or rather, tortillas—last night at the second "Taco Trucks at Every Mosque" event this month held at the Islamic Society of Orange County in Garden Grove. The event celebrates the breaking of fast (iftar) during the month of Ramadan and is meant to...
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Eat, Hike and Be Merry Along the Twentynine Palms Highway

3 months ago by Denise De La Cruz
For the past two years, my Instagram feed has been bombarded with sunny photos of friends posing alongside majestic Joshua trees, massive rock formations, pretty cacti, winding single-road highways and Western-themed saloons. It's proof that the current SoCal millennial staycation destination is the desert, specifically off Route 62 (a.k.a. Twentynine...
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20-Year-Old Lightning In a Bottle Festival Attendee Dies

4 months ago by Mary Carreon
Last weekend at the 14th annual Lightning In a Bottle festival, a 20-year-old attendee named Baylee Gatlin from Ventura County suffered a medical emergency and was pronounced dead at Twin Cities Hospital in Templeton— a city in San Louis Obispo County. Although the cause of death was not immediately released,...

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