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The Bluffs are used to people calling them a party band. Not just because of their predilection for loud, floor-stomping indie rock a la Dr. Dog. Comment?
Do you really need an intro? Nope! So here we go, a mix of my usual hole-in-the-wall beat and some smarty-art places. Exempted from this list because they're on my personal Hall of Fame are Taco Maria, Anepalco's, Break of Dawn, and SOHO Tacos--patronize them, then this list, and you'll experience OC dining at its damned best. Comment?
By: Tyler Evans We're accustomed to our OC bands leaving the nest to migrate to LA . But it rarely happens with our record labels. Comment?
For Asian Americans, there's an odd sense of comfort in holding a mic and singing along to the midi version of schmaltzy pop hits. Whether they're tunes by Basil Valdez, Sin Sisamouth or Frank Sinatra, played in private rooms or set against chintzy lights and throbbing bass, the sight of lyrics flashing on a large TV screen brings back memories of Manila, Seoul or Phnom Penh. Comment?
Do you like macaron sandwiches, shaved ice, or milk tea served in mason jars? If so, you'll be glad to hear that Snow Monster is expanding to the University Town Center right by UC Irvine. It will be replacing the shaved ice joint Snowflakez between Blaze Pizza and Berkeley Dog. Comment?
In all my time living and writing about food in Long Beach, there is one culinary truth that continues to hold fast about the city's otherwise vibrant downtown: a good, cheap sandwich is hard to find. Sure, you can buy two pieces of bread stuffed with meat from a few corporate outposts around downtown, but for the most part, you have to trek to Rocco's Italian Deli or make do with a pre made coffeeshop 'wich for your fill of the quintessential lunchtime meal. Comment?
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