OFF!, led by the one and only Keith Morris, returned to Santa Ana at the Constellation Room on Nov. 28. All images by John Gilhooley.
Descendents and OFF! @ Fox Theater Pomona
OFF! Goes On: Our Interview withe Keith Morris
The Hello Kitty Cafe TruckThe Hello Kitty Cafe Truck rolled into town and set up shop at the Irvine Spectrum on Dec. 29. Fans dressed up in their Sanrio finest and enjoyed such kawaii confectionaries as Hello Kitty doughnuts and rainbow macaroons. All images by Brian Feinzimer.
There's a lot more to November than turkey dinner and days off work. Observe: this month we had a Dia de los Muertos celebration, Blood Brothers reunion show, BlizzCon, the return of GWAR, and even a visit from the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck. Relive all this and more with This Month in Photos!
Locals marched in solidarity with the people of Ferguson, MO on Nov. 26 after the announcement that Darren Wilson, the officer who shot the teenager, would not be charged in the boy's death. All images by Josue Rivas.
See AlsoVigil and March for Michael Brown, Ferguson Held in Downtown Santa...
English rock band Bastille impressed during a sold-out performance at the Fox Theater in Pomona playing hits from their latest album, Bad Blood. Grizfolk and Ella Eyre also performed. All images by Kevin Lara.
Recently-reunited post-hardcore Seattle boys the Blood Brothers performed at the Observatory in Santa Ana on Nov. 21. All images by Taylor Hamby.
See AlsoCheck out our interview with the Blood Brothers from when they played Koos Cafe in Santa Ana in 2000 for $5!
Early Thursday evening, hundreds of people gathered at Cabrillo Park in Santa Ana and marched to the Mexican Consulate on 4th Street to voice their outrage over the disappearance of 43 students from Raúl Isidro Burgos Rural Teachers' College of Ayotzinapa in Guerrero, Mexico at the hands of...
Cold War Kids performed at the Observatory in Santa Ana on November 18. Avid Dancer also performed. All images by Mary Bell.
Cold War Kids at the Observatory in 2013
Cold War Kids Are All Grown Up
Two decades have passed since Heather Sweet, a young woman from Irvine, first turned heads and raised eyebrows at Captain Cream in Lake Forest with her then-novel, vintage-inspired striptease sets. Known simply as “Dita,” she titillated the county’s—later, the world’s—interest in the sex appeal...