The booze-up, held at Irvine Lake on 8/30, featured the county's best breweries, plus domestic and international brands, including ones from Hawai'i, Brazil and, of course, Belgium. The afternoon's entertainment was the Spinal Tap-inspired Metal Shop.
Day two, which took place on 8/29, of Street Scene brought us M.I.A., the Dead Weather (WOOOO!), Silversun Pickups, Of Montreal, Public Enemy, Sharon Jones, locals Zee Avi and the Delta Spirit... and more. For our slideshow of day one just click here!
On 8/28 and 8/29, Street Scene music festival took over San Diego. Day one featured the Black Eyed Peas, Modest Mouse, Cake, Conor Oberst, Girl Talk and more. For our slideshow of day two just click here!
Los Cojolites performed at Al Ritmo de Un Mismo Son, presented by El Centro Cultural de México and Son del Centro at the Fiesta Marketplace in Santa Ana on 8/29. Read this week's cover story, "Fandango!," by Daffodil J. Altan right here!
August! It came, we sweated, we complained and now it's heading out. Weird. Here's our monthly photo review wrap-up, where we visited everything from hidden dog beaches and No Doubt's triumphant homecoming shows to something called an "insanewich" and Lil Wayne. Aw.
From coast to coast, gays and lesbians took to the streets with pride.
For more photos see:
SF Pride Parade 2012 (NSFW)
The 2012 Seattle Pride Parade
Houston Pride 2012: Live Out Proud
Pridefest 2012 - St. Louis
Twin Cities Pride 2012
Gay Pride Parade Lights Up New York
Saturday at 2012 Denver...
This year's line-up for Epicenter 2009 included Street Sweeper Social Club (Tom Morello's latest side project), Hollywood Undead, Atreyu, Wolfmother, Alice in Chains, Linkin Park and, yes, Tool. Epicenter took place on 8/22.
Nurds unite! BlizzCon took place this past weekend, from 8/21 through 8/22. An annual gamer pilgrimage to the Anaheim Convention Center takes place every year. Announcements of new content or new games for Blizzard's future are announced, as well as a mega costume contest (our favorite part!)...
On 8/23, the first ever Old World Village Musicians Swamp Meet took place—think NAMM but on a smaller scale. And in Huntington Beach. Photographer Keith May reports it appeared to be quite the success with many vendors and shoppers paying $4 for entry. Otherwise? A ghost town, as usual...