What you missed over the weekend: Part XII

Jewlicious Festival 4.0, the largest youth festival celebrating contemporary Jewish culture and identity, was held in Long Beach over the Feb. 29 – March 2 weekend at the Barbara and Ray Alpert Jewish Community Center. Reza Allah-Bakhshi dropped by on Saturday and caught internationally acclaimed rapper Y-Love, human beatbox Yuri Lane and Moshav. Check out his photos here. Also in attendance was our Derek Olson, who shot some video that will grace Heard Mentality later today.

Luke Thompson drove to Hollywood Friday evening for the premiere of The Lost. Check out some footage from his expedition over here.

Saturday took Luke to the Art Institute in Santa Ana for the Rock the Runway show. (Photos to follow.) In other LYT news, the website for his most recent movie, Wicked Lake, just went live.

Dave Segal spent Saturday night at Que Sera in Long Beach for the Phase 4our night: “Excellent dance-music DJs all night, topped by Woolfy, whose cosmic disco-funk tracks made everyone in the room seem 50 percent sexier.”

Also on Saturday:

Christopher Victorio watched the OC Roller Girls take down a team from the IE at the Costa Mesa fairgrounds. (Photos here.)

Gustavo Arellano attended the Orange County Hispanic Bar Association's annual fundraising dinner. (Blog post here.)

Cindy Cafferty
stopped by the Santa Ana Zoo's 56th birthday celebration. (Post here.)

And clubs photographer Fever Dragon and pal Jeff Phifer caught Look Daggers, On Blast, Pop Noir, Repeater and The Mashed Potatoes at The Vault 350. (See pix and post.)

Dave wound up at the Avalon Bar in Costa Mesa Sunday evening to pay respects to the club's late owner, Mike Conley. He then proceeded to Detoit Bar to see Danish noise-pop duo The Raveonettes, as did Reza, whose Last Night review you can read over here.

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