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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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Roger's Gardens Brings Back Its Halloween Boutique for Your Spooky Needs

13 days ago by Aimee Murillo
There's a certain glee only lovers of Halloween feel when the initial signs of the spooky season start in early September. We weirdos get a contact high from kitschy skeletons, witches or monster decorations at otherwise sterile-looking supermarkets and drug stores. Now, take that glee and multiply it by 500:...
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Beast of Burden, Five Steps of Love Steps In It

1 month ago by Matt Coker
Critics, historians and fellow artists agree in the documentary Burden that Chris Burden represented a seismic shift in the art world of the 1970s, although they differ on whether that was for better or worse. The divergent views are based on Burden's early use not of paint, clay, film, metal...
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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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OC Grub Guide - 6/22-6/28: Summer School, Sushi and SoCal Restaurant Show

3 months ago by Anne Marie Panoringan
We hope you're hungry, because the county is buzzing with activity. We head to Tustin for an open house, and the beach for everything else. Oh, did we happen to mention our interview? Waterman's Harbor Celebrates Summer - Dana PointWe can't believe it's already summer! The gang over at Waterman's...
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Snitch Myth? Only To Orange County's Reality-Denying Grand Jury

3 months ago by R. Scott Moxley
Orange County's local law-enforcement agencies—the district attorney's office (OCDA) and the sheriff's department (OCSD)—spend hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars annually to sell stories of their heroism to the public or, as in the case of the ongoing jailhouse-informant scandal, spread disinformation. Despite reams of evidence to the contrary, the...
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Big D and the Kids Table Find New Inspiration By Staying Strictly Rude

3 months ago by Jimmy Alvarez
In March 2007, Big D and the Kids Table went from being a cool punk-ska band to a must-see band with their release of Strictly Rude. Since then, this Boston-based band has done it all in the world of ska punk and two-tone fusion. Other than ska legend, Prince Buster,...
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10 Reasons Why Your Inner '80s Child Wants to See NKOTB at Anaheim HOB

4 months ago by Jessie Dax-Setkus
It’s true. New Kids on the Block are playing at the Anaheim House of Blues on May 27 (teenage squeal). In fact, they are touring many different HOB locations across the U.S. in celebration of the venue chain’s 25th anniversary. Now many ‘80s children can summon their inner pre-teen, grab...
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Obsessive Intentions [Special Screenings, May 4-11]

5 months ago by Matt Coker
May the Fourth Be With You and The Making of Star Wars. It's a tribute to George Lucas' Star Wars franchise—"the biggest sci-fi adventures in cinematic history!"—that is pieced together with video, film clips and parody bits. That's followed by the original 1977 Star Wars "making of" documentary. Besides admission,...
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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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