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Up Next in the City of Placentia $5.2 Million Rip-Off: Herbert Norris Trotter II

6 months ago by Matt Coker
Former Finance Services Manager Michael Minh Nguyen was sentenced earlier this month to 25 years in state prison for embezzling $5 million from the city of Placentia, but Orange County prosecutors are not done with the case. Herbert Norris Trotter II is scheduled to be arraigned in Orange County Superior Court...

Fans Feel the Power of the Hendrix Experience

7 months ago by Scott Feinblatt
Experience Hendrix Tour The Wiltern 3/2/2017 Looking at the middle-aged to elderly crowd, which formed a line down Wilshire Blvd. last night, one might have guessed that a charity bingo gala had summoned people to LA’s Wiltern Theatre. However, upon closer inspection, one would have seen the plethora of hard...

Orange County Christian Marketing Company Helps Push Controversial Film

2 years ago by Matt Coker
When we wrote about The Principle in January, the controversial documentary about Earth's place in the Cosmos was soon to open at the AMC in Orange. The only other Orange County connection at that time (and an admittedly very slim one) was that The Principle executive producer and on screen...

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Newport Beach Film Festival Honors Orson Welles' Centennial

2 years ago by Matt Coker
1. Orson Welles was born on May 6, 1915. 2. As a filmmaker, his three greatest pictures, in order, are Touch of Evil (1958), Citizen Kane (1941) and The Magnificent Ambersons (1942). 3. Ah, yes, but Citizen Kane tops many lists as the greatest film of all time (with Welles...

10 Great All-You-Can-Eat Restaurants to Try Memorial Day Weekend

2 years ago by Kristine Hoang
Having an urge to eat at an all-you-can-eat restaurant requires a moment of acknowledged truth--the one that happens before you step out of your house, into your car, and seek gluttonous nirvana. It's when you know that you'll be immobile afterwards, laying helplessly on a couch with your arms and legs numb by the fat you just consumed, but feeling un-regretful about what just happened (even if your stomach is currently yelling at you).

NBFF Confidential: This, That, the Other from Newport Beach Film Fest Opening TONIGHT

2 years ago by Matt Coker
What follows are some news and notes and more "Orsovations" as the eight-day 2015 Newport Beach Film Festival (NBFF) opens tonight with The Water Diviner at Lido Live, followed by a gala blowout at Fashion Island...

Orson Welles' Tattered, Glorious Othello Returns

3 years ago by Stephanie Zacharek
The Venn diagram overlap of Shakespeare and the elaborate scrap-fabric quilts pieced together by early American settlers is Orson Welles' Othello, a film pulled together from everything and nothing. This Othello took nearly four years to make: Welles began planning it in the summer of 1948, and it debuted at...

There's More to Streaming Than Netflix

4 years ago by Calum Marsh
As of this writing, the Netflix Instant catalog boasts more than 10,000 titles available for online streaming—a number that, as per the official Netflix rhetoric, seems colossal. But the landscape of this digital paradise may not be quite so idyllic. As classic film enthusiast Jaime Christley reminds us, "If you're...

Octomom Nadya Suleman Enters into Business with Her Rehab-Owning Landlord

4 years ago by Matt Coker
Radar Online is the online-hepcat version of the National Enquirer, but don't hold that against the site. For one thing, despite its slimy rep, the Enquirer does manage to break real news about well-known people that is often initially denied but later confirmed. B) Radar Online often beats rival TMZ...


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