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'Crossing Boundaries' at the Huntington Beach Art Center Doesn't Live Up to Its Title

3 months ago by Dave Barton
The group show "Crossing Boundaries" is the first of three planned Year of Women In the Arts exhibitions at Huntington Beach Art Center. Encompassing basket weaving, painting, installation, mixed media and conceptual art, the work falls mainly into the category of female clichés: pretty, safe, gentle, hermetic, women as natural...
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On the Line: Leanne Herrera of Zama Tea & Kombucha

4 months ago by Anne Marie Panoringan
If you asked me to explain what Kombucha was, I'd have to refer you to Leanne. Because as much as I enjoy sipping it, she is my go-to for all things SCOBY. I drop by Old Town Tustin shortly after Zama's one year anniversary to savor a flight of the...
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Masala Hut in Anaheim Is a Tiny Indian Grocery Offering Big, Delicious Flavors

6 months ago by Gustavo Arellano
There are Indian lunch buffets, and then there's what Masala Hut offers in Anaheim. The place is small: just four tables, three aisles of groceries, a freezer and a wall covered with black-velvet paintings of rural Indian life. Right next to the counter is the buffet, six trays representing the...
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The Best Boozy Brunches in Orange County Impress With Great Micheladas, Mimosas and More!

7 months ago by Gustavo Arellano
Brunch and booze: Do you need more of an intro? Yes? Then let's shamelessly self-promote our annual Fresh Toast brunch festival, happening March 25 at Newport Dunes—buy your tickets TODAY! You'll find many of the restaurants on this list there, serving dishes to entice you to visit them and get...
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Go to Barcelona on the Go, Gorge on Quince While You Can

7 years ago by Gustavo Arellano
​Fifth entry in our series where we promise to review, for better or worse, every "high-end" roach coach that visits the Weekly's world headquarters. No one visits us next Monday because it's the Fourth of July holiday--but when will YOUR mobile food truck come? Inquire with Jessica Ford at jeford@ocweekly.com!...
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Phish at LA Forum: Heavy Things for Heavy Times

1 year ago by Adam Lovinus
A phunny thing happened on the way to the Phorum last night. Sorry, let’s start that again. Unless you’re local head from Inglewood, and given the Phish demographic and that of the city, odds are you’re coming from somewhere else. A Friday night Forum show demands a level of activation...
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A History of Loquats in Orange County, and How So Many Ended Up in Santa Ana

1 year ago by Christopher Toland
Drive down the streets of SanTana's oldest barrios in spring, and you'll see towering loquat trees drooping over the fences of seemingly every other house. Hundreds upon hundreds of mysterious pastel orange, ping-pong-ball-sized fruits are ripening on branches in tight clusters, each giving off an intoxicatingly sugary scent that drives birds nuts with...
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XL Middleton Is Bringing Modern Funk to Long Beach

2 years ago by Sarah Bennett
Modern funk artist and producer XL Middleton remembers vividly the first day he visited Long Beach. He was 11 years old and his father took him out on a weekend drive. “Where do you want to go, son?” his dad asked as they left their home in Pasadena. “I wanted...
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Terror in Little Saigon: An Old War Comes to a New Country

2 years ago by OC Weekly Contributor
By A.C. Thompson, ProPublica The journalists were assassinated on American soil, one after another. Duong Trong Lam was the first. He was 27 years old and ran a Vietnamese-language publication called Cai Dinh Lang, which he mailed to immigrants around the country. A gunman found him as he walked out...

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