Footage from the U.S.S. Scottish festival at the OC fairgrounds this past Saturday.
- Your Effing Country A Harvard physiology Ph.D. candidate with a master's degree in biomedical engineering from UC Irvine—who spent a year in Russia at Moscow's Institute for Biomedical Problems in the Fulbright Graduate Program—walks into an eating competition. There's no punch line. Justin Mih is a brainiac who piddles away his free time doing […]
- Peace in Iraq Aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln on May Day, President George W. Bush said "major combat operations in Iraq have ended" and that "in the Battle of Iraq, the United States and our allies have prevailed." But commie symp newspapers continue to run headlines suggesting it's all over but the fightin' and dyin'. MAY 8: "Two […]
- Another Gabacho Bloque-Head Dear Mexican: I am a lifelong resident of Arizona and have worked side-by-side with illegals for 25 years as a bloquero. In all that time, I have never known ONE of them to be an aspiring American. In fact, their loyalties remain with their home states, they listen to mariachi and cumbia, and their trucks sport lots of Mexican-flag […]
- Ska Luau V Failed to Victory, Suburban Legends, Skadonna, Half Past Two, Magnolia Polynesian Dance Troupe Tue., Dec. 30, 9 p.m., 2014
- Special Screenings Movie of the Week Touch the Sound "There's sound everywhere—we just have to listen," Evelyn Glennie says in Touch the Sound, Thomas Riedelsheimer's portrait of the classical percussionist, who happens to be deaf. It's rare that a documentary conveys an artist's world view so compellingly, but then Glennie is no ordinary […]
- This Week in Great Scot Whisky Its name stems from Irish/Gaelic for "water of life," but whisky is actually the devil's own special brew. Distilled from grain and left to age in archaic wooden barrels, it's the kind of beverage that makes boys think they're men and men believe they're artists or lovers (sometimes rightly so). Served straight up, on […]