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There used to be a different Peruvian restaurant at the very spot Inka Mama 's has recently claimed as its fourth Orange County location. Comment?
A Waffle Taco was spotted on the breakfast menu at locations in Newport Beach and Santa Ana. Comment?
On Friday night, Mackenzie Johnson, better known by his stage name MAK J, made his Yost Theater debut in downtown Santa Ana. Comment?
This time around, Edwin reviewed Black Trumpet Bistro in Huntington Beach , and then he gave us the restaurant roll call for April . Comment?
"All our love and all our pain/is gonna make us precious/if it don't make us insane/You have a calling." For Cloud Cult bandleader Craig Minowa, these lines are his favorite to sing live. Comment?
Mental Physix are a DJ duo made up of Crisanto Santa Ana and Dru Ali. Their mission? To explore the fusion of music and yoga to "create a divine union of healing, through self-realization and sound." Both Santa Ana and Ali perform at yoga studios while Vinyasa classes are going on, and the experience -- with both the yogis and the DJs feeding off ... (more) Comment?
Over the past few months, we've dropped into the smallest, darkest corners of local nightlife to bring you a list of the best dive bars OC has to offer. Comment?
Sunday is Cinco de Mayo, and all of Orange County will engage in some type of Mexican mocking, whether trying to seduce some MILF at Javier's, getting shitfaced on discounted Coronas in HB, buying overpriced tortas at the festivals in Anaheim and Santa Ana, or wearing massive sombreros just for the hell of it - no one giving a damn about the actual ... (more) Comment?
To be fair, Mallory - a veteran professor of English as a second language at Santa Ana College and a mainstay on the Orange County poetry scene since the '80s - never made a very plausible villain. Comment?
On a recent night in downtown LA, Evan Hagen holds up one of his clear, handmade, oil-projector slides to the lamp in his bedroom. Comment?
If you've been reading this blog for a while, you know we love Playground in downtown Santa Ana--great food, convivial atmosphere, and every draft beer is $5 all the time. Comment?
"Brett and I come from the Show-Me State, meaning we are doers, not talkers," says Jesse Fortune, giving a shout-out to his fellow art gallery owner, Brett Douglas. Comment?
An Orange County Superior Court judge this month dismissed a defamation lawsuit by Shaheen Sadeghi after concluding the wealthy, often-controversial Orange County real-estate developer's legal action was an improper use of the court system to stifle public debate about his maneuverings. Comment?
An abundance of hoodies and the heavenly stench of pot dominated the crowd at the Observatory last night as the Chicago trap duo DJ J2K and Autobot better known as Flosstradamus unleashed their beats in Santa Ana as part of their Underground Nights US Tour. Comment?
For record collectors everywhere , this Saturday is their Christmas. Yep, Record Store Day is here once again. Comment?
There was once a place in Santa Ana called Caf Chiarini. It was fabled for its soups, salads, giant cookies and, most of all, enormous tri-tip sandwiches made from inch-thick, crusty, homemade sourdough and meat slowly cooked in a backyard smoker. Comment?
While masses of music fans were in the desert in Indio celebrating the great Coachella Music and Arts Festival last night, several hundred diehard punk/thrash metal/crossover fans invaded the Observatory in Santa Ana, for an all day event that started at 2 p.m., with a Black Market Swap meet, featuring tons of and vinyl records. Comment?
It's lunch time, and Action Bronson is walking around Brooklyn, stopping at a taco truck and ordering, in Spanish, a torta de bistec, mushroom quesadilla and tamales. Comment?
Enough pretending to be dedicated to local, organic, sustainable food when you then turn around and order a glass of can-you-even-still-call-it-juice with lucuma from Peru, acai from Brazil, mangosteen from Thailand, spirulina and chlorella from God only knows where, and a whole host of African spices and roots. Comment?
Jon Pegnato has carried on by his DJ moniker Hot Mouth since he left the electro duo LA Riots almost a year and a half ago. Comment?