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Nuestra Senora de Censorship

13 years ago by Gustavo Arellano
Who says the Virgin of Guadalupe cant be sexy?

Eat This Now: Mamey Ice Cream at La Flor de Michoacán

11 hours ago by Gustavo Arellano
Sometime next month, I’m going to appear on What’s Good in Your Hood, a food show produced by Mitú, the Latino Buzzfeed. They approached me to talk about what people usually approach me to talk about: food, gentrification and SanTana. But I was pleasantly surprised at their restaurant of choice...

Here's the Orange County Exhibits in Getty's "Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA" Latino Arts Desmadre

7 days ago by Cynthia Rebolledo
Here’s your list of Orange County institutions participating in Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, an initiative of the Getty in which arts institutions across Southern California will join together to explore the vast subject of Latin American and Latino Art in dialogue with Los Angeles that takes place from September 2017...

La Casa Verde de Granada Offers Interesting, Unique Items

2 months ago by Aimee Murillo
San Clemente can be a bit of a jaunt for those who don't live there, but one reason I do make the trek is to check out what new retro furnishings I can find at La Casa Verde de Granada. La Casa Verde is a tiny antique furniture store converted...

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...

Feed the Need with These OC Burger Updates

1 day ago by Anne Marie Panoringan
Chicken is great and all, but we are a carnivore at heart. So for all the cowboys and cowgirls, here's what's been going on with your favorite meat. We hope you already ate. Farmer Boys - Laguna Hills and beyondDid you know Farmer Boys just opened a Laguna Hills spot?...

Danny Watts' "Black Boy Meets World" Flips Negatives Into Positives Like Jonwayne Flips Samples

2 days ago by Frank John Tristan
Listening to the 29-year-old Danny Watts spit his verses, you can sense a profound rawness you'd think you could only find in a poet rather than a Houston MC. His reputation for technicality, verbosity and a willingness to explore his own emotions in his music landed him in the radar...

Queer As Punk: Remembering Robert Omlit, OC's Original, Forgotten Music Madman

6 days ago by Frank John Tristan
There's OC underground punk, and then there's My Name Is Harold: I Am an Outlaw!, a 1981 tape recorded by the Omlits. It starts with heavy guitars and a man introducing himself as "Punk Harold." He begins yelling as the bass and hard-hitting drums fall in line to capture the...

Villas Comida Mexicana is Where to Find Mexico City's Chili-Soaked Sandwiches in Long Beach

8 days ago by Sarah Bennett
Praise the Mexico City street food gods: pambazos have landed in Long Beach. The chili-dipped sandwiches are a puro chilango invention that’s somewhere between a torta and a French dip – if your French dip was loaded with chorizo y mashed papas and the grilled bread dunked in a smoky...

Teenage Groundhog Day [Special Screenings, Sept. 14-21]

7 days ago by Matt Coker
Rushmore. The Frida Cinema's Wes Anderson tribute continues with the 1998 movie that deservedly made Jason Schwartzman much more than just a Phantom Planet drummer and reopened the eyes of filmmakers to the wonder that is Bill Murray. Failing student Max Fischer (Schwartzman) is the king of extracurricular activities at...


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