Saturday, October 23, 2021


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Interview Magazine Focuses on Future Stars

The last fashion magazine I bought was the August 2003 issue of Vogue. Sarah Jessica Parker smiles coyly from the cover, adorned in a cleavage-baring

‘Elf’ is Exactly What We Wanted for Christmas

Is there anything funnier than a man in tights? I think not. Case in point: 'Elf' stars a tights-clad, six-foot-three Will Ferrell (Old School, Satur

Dragge of Pennywise Dispenses PennyWisdom

With turn-offs that include the government and major record labels, it's no surprise that the fruit of guitarist Fletcher Dragge's labors is Pennywise

Feminist Film ‘Dear Gabe’ at UCI

'Dear Gabe' is an intimate and haunting film in which six college friends, now all in their thirties, reflect on the lives they have chosen to live th

Home Grown in Orange County

To be a fan entails purchasing your favorite band's CD, signing up on their e-mail list and perhaps even buying a few of their t-shirts

JamisonParker: Born in Summer 2003 Here in OC

Of all the upcoming musical groups to watch, JamisonParker is on the list and is from right here in Orange County.

Nies: From ‘Real World’ to ‘Grind’

We are very often told to make the best of the chances life gives us. When faced with an amazing opportunity, we can either see the potential it hold

World-class Kirov Returns to SoCal

The Kirov Ballet is back. Oct. 23, the revered company, based in St. Petersburg, did full justice to the term 'world-class.'

‘Die Mommie Die’ Is Not Worth the Time

When you walk into a movie theater, you do not usually sit down and expect to see the most horrendous movie ever made in the history of Hollywood.

‘Hubbard Street’ Sashays at the Barclay

Following its record-breaking 25th anniversary spring engagement in its hometown of Chicago, a two-week New York run and various important summer appe

‘Veronica Guerin’ Risks All in Search of Truth

The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.

Movies to Watch for as the Fall Film Season Ends

The Matrix Revolutions, Elf, Love Actually, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King




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