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  1. Tartar Control's Drummer is a Robot. He's Also Kind of a Dick.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | OC Weekly

    There's a website called DrumJokes.com devoted to nothing but slagging skinsmen; many punch lines deal with drummers' inability to keep time, their penchant for sleeping with other band mates' partners and not knowing how to read sheet music. These jokes are funny because they're kind of true, which might explain why punk duo Tartar Control doesn't have a drummer.

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  2. Waitress at Mexican Restaurant Chases Dine-and-Dashers, is Run Over by VWRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | OC Weekly

    A dine-and-dash at a Mexican restaurant in unincorporated Anaheim Sunday evening resulted in a waitress who gave chase being hit-and-runover and hospitalized, and four people being arrested on assault and other charges early this morning, according to sheriff's deputies. The drama began just after 6:20 p.m. Sunday, when the 28-year-old waitress walked into the parking lot at Mexico Lindo Que Rico, 10962 Magnolia Ave., after the four who left without paying their bill, said Lt.

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  3. Now Open: Kettlebar Steam Cooking at Tustin's Union MarketRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | OC Weekly

    Today is considered the grand opening of Kettlebar in Tustin. And by grand, we mean their first day of both lunch and dinner service.

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  4. Rida Hamida Wants You to Visit Little ArabiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | OC Weekly

    If you've been to any progressive event in Orange County during the past decade, you know who Rida Hamida is, even if you've never talked to her. Her radiant hijabs, wrapped in the billowy Andalusian style and usually in some shade of pink because "it's a color that breaks down barriers and emanates happiness and courage," aren't the only reason the 36-year-old stands out.

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  5. Julian Fukue's PokiNometry Makes Him OC's Poke ManRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | OC Weekly

    When 23-year-old Julian Fukue opened PokiNometry in Anaheim last year, it was a culmination of his career as one of OC's youngest sushi chefs and his experience dabbling in selling skateboards. The concept was simple: Fukue and his small crew would specialize in poke, the Hawaiian dish of ahi tuna that was just reaching the cusp of popularity on the mainland.

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  6. Elie Ayrouth Is Mr. Foodbeast, Head of the Craziest Food Website AroundRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | OC Weekly

    One day in 2010, Elie Ayrouth received a tweet with a location. A reader of his website had located the thing he'd been searching for: Carl's Jr.'s footlong cheeseburger.

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  7. Elsewhere Man David Bernal, One of the Internet's First Dancing StarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | OC Weekly

    Describing his dance style, David Bernal punctuates each sentence with an arm wave or a pop of an isolated joint as he sits on a high barstool at the Iron Press in Anaheim. The Santa Ana native effortlessly flows between seated vignettes of much larger styles, including "liquid mantis" and "psychedelic alien," which he began to develop as a student at Saddleback High School.

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  8. Eat This Now: 'Lovers' Dessert at Sahara FalafelRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | OC Weekly

    Anaheim's Little Arabia District is all about pastries these days. Trays of rich baklava and sugary mammouls are being served up and down Brookhurst Street restaurants where they weren't before.

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  9. FirkFest Brings Weird Cask Ales to OC...AgainRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | OC Weekly

    Drinking cask beer is different than drinking any other craft beer. Instead of the conventional brewing process, which typically ends in filtration, carbon dioxide treatment and kegs, casking gets very specific and very spontaneous very quickly.

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  10. Little Arabia's Restaurant Murals Offer an Awesome Art History of the Middle EastRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | OC Weekly

    Anaheim's Little Arabia District doesn't just offer immigrants, tourists and locals the best Middle Eastern cuisine in Southern California. Inside many of its restaurants are majestic murals rich with history and personal meaning.

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  11. Clepto's Crazy Journey From Saudi Arabia to OCRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | OC Weekly

    Mediterranean metal band Clepto aren't exactly from a typical OC burb. They joined forces in the hot deserts of Saudi Arabia in 2000, and since then, you might say we've adopted them.

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  12. Natural Producs Expo West 2015: What's InRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 9 | OC Weekly

    If traffic was a little crazier than usual in your commute through Anaheim over the weekend, it's because it was about that time of the year again when the city becomes the world's epicenter for health foods. The 34th annual Natural Products Expo West took place at the Anaheim Convention Center, and it was as crowded and congested as ever--Around 67,041 out-of-town registered attendees, to be exact.

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  13. Kirk Hofsetter Is the Weird Secret Ingredient in Porkchops and ApplesauceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 4 | OC Weekly

    The bass-drums duo Porkchops and Applesauce strips punk rock down to its essence: playing whatever you want whenever you want to play it, owning it the whole time without apology. For the sound and attitude, the Minutemen come to mind, but this band's sound is even more minimal--quirky but visceral, weird and varied enough to captivate an audience the whole set through.

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  14. Phora's Fans Stay True at Pachuco TattooRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | OC Weekly

    It's not everyday you see 800 kids lined up single file on the sidewalk in Orange in the rain at 7 p.m. on a Saturday night. But if there's one thing we've come to know about rapper Phora's fanbase, it's that the words "Stay True" mean a lot.

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  15. Bronx Sandwich Company Grand Opening In Tustin TODAYRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | OC Weekly

    Technically open since early January, Bronx Sandwich Company may be the concept that breaks the property curse on the corner of Newport Avenue and Irvine Boulevard. Although its neighbor, Nieuport 17, has plans to close their doors for good next month.

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  16. Psychobillies Prepare to Take Over Knott's Berry FarmRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | OC Weekly

    Remy Casillas still remembers when the subculture of psychobilly grabbed him from beyond the grave and refused to let go. The allure of badass standup bass players, mosh pits, B-movie gore, hot rods, creepers and pomade made the raucous celebration of the undead seem eternally cool.

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  17. Reel Big Fish Pay Homage to Sublime and Marilyn MansonRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 19, 2015 | OC Weekly

    Playing in a ska band doesn't pay the bills, nor does it guarantee a quick ticket to stardom . But if there's one thing that Orange County's ska troupe Reel Big Fish proved last night, it's that playing ska sure as hell guarantees a devoted fan base.

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  18. OKT's Brand of Reggae is All Over the (Ouija) BoardRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 11, 2015 | OC Weekly

    By: David Garcia Getting drunk and having fun with a Ouija board is often the gateway to a good time. In the case of OKT, it was the start of a band.

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  19. The Best Concerts in OC This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2015 | OC Weekly

    Brownout Presents Brown Sabbath The Wayfarer Brown Sabbath hits the Wayfarer, and the group offers far more than a lackluster Ozzy Osbourne impersonator. Brown Sabbath is the alter ego of Brownout, an Austin-based group of psychedelic funk-rockers who reinterpret the ingenuity of Black Sabbath through offbeat soul.

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  20. The Best Concerts in OC This WeekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 30, 2015 | OC Weekly

    Jungle Fire Segerstrom Center It's impossible to describe Jungle Fire without employing a lot of adjectives. The band/project sports nearly a dozen members: four drummers, two trombonists, two guitarists, a bassist and two baritone sax players who can also bust out flutes on short notice.

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