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  1. 87. Combo Plate at MasalaCraftRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | OC Weekly

    Behold the beginning of our annual 100 Favorite Dishes countdown! Every day until the publication of our fantabulous Best Of Issue, we'll list our favorite meals this year in descending order. Enjoy, pass it on, and tune in daily! When I don't want to overstuff myself in Irvine or Tustin's handful of Indian buffets or can't go to Artesia for a proper thali, there's Santa Ana's MasalaCraft--an Indian take-out joint to rule them all.


  2. The Aquabats! Super Show! Marathon Screening at the Frida CinemaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | OC Weekly

    Who can resist back-to-back-to-back-to-back episodes of The Aquabats! Super Show! on the big screen? Frida Cinema is hosting a screening event on Saturday, June 27, with the Aquabats presenting all 13 episodes of The Aquabats! Super Show! playing from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. And sure, you can already binge watch the live-action kid's show on Amazon Prime or Hulu, but watching it with M.C. Bat Commander, EagleBones FalconHawk, Jimmy the Robot, Crash McLarson, and Ricky Fitness sitting in the audience with you? With games and raffle prizes and live music from the goofy superheroes and their villains? At a small theater in downtown Santa Ana? Whoa.


  3. Edith Crash Returns With a New Album Tribute to Her Late MotherRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | OC Weekly

    French singer-songwriter Edith Crash is artistically reborn, but not without experiencing the pain caused by the death of one of the most important people her life. When the musician from the south of France came to Los Angeles two years ago , she brought her political and poetic Inonde album in tow.


  4. On The Pointlessness of 'Authenticity' in FoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 16 | OC Weekly

    A note to the reader: What started as a click-friendly piece on "Obscure Indian Dishes You Probably Don't Know," turned into a conversation about authenticity. So, no, you won't get a list here filled with pretty pictures but you will stop asking every Indian restaurant if they have a buffet.


  5. Rapper Lupe Fiasco Bores Instead of Roars at The ObservatoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 11 | OC Weekly

    Lupe Fiasco can be a bit on the unpredictable side. Just ask concert organizers in DC who pulled the plug on his Barack Obama pre-inaugural 30-minutes straight protest performance of "Words I Never Said" two years ago.


  6. GoldLink Fuses Street Rap With House Grooves on The God ComplexRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 9 | OC Weekly

    GoldLink's sound is difficult to pin down. The 21-year-old's lyrics are effortless but intense, tempered by classic house grooves and '90's samples.


  7. CAL1FA Return to the Reggae Scene With a New Name and the Same MissionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | OC Weekly

    CAL1FA's frontman Ruben Salazar is relentless when it comes to getting his music to the masses and putting Santa Ana on the map. Originally the frontman for local group Badfish, the band ran into their first major hardship in the early 2000s when they had to change their moniker due to a Sublime cover band out of Rhode Island using the same name.


  8. Culture Comes Alive at the East End Block Party This Saturday: CultureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 5 | OC Weekly

    The much-hyped event known as East End Block Party returns once again this Saturday, echoing the same large-scale music, art and culture festival vibe of last year's event and colliding with the monthly downtown Santa Ana art walk. Whereas last year's Party was hosted by Obey Radio and LA/Pomona-based music promotional company Moon Block Party, this year's festival looks to be bigger and better, spanning as wide as French to Bush streets and featuring multiple stages of music happening simultaneously throughout the day brought by local collective Konsept, OC Music League and DIY music arm Top Acid.


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

    Friday Jun 5 | OC Weekly

    Alkaline Trio The Observatory Back in the early 2000s, the dark, cultish, catchy songs of Alkaline Trio held a special place among our mixed CDs--and though they may have faded a little bit from our current playlists of new music, they remain forever embedded in our hearts as a seminal angst-ridden, pop-punk band. But the band is as hard-working as ever, putting out an album every few years.


  10. Dog Haus Santa Ana Now Offering Self-Serve Craft BeerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 2 | OC Weekly

    Late last year, when Dog Haus opened their first Orange County location in Main Place Mall, we were informed that there was something cool coming. It took six months for them to follow through on their promise, but it was worth the wait.


  11. On the Line: Jeffrey Boullt Of SOCIAL, Part OneRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 1 | OC Weekly

    There was a sincere nature that came across in Chef Jeffrey Boullt's responses. Of course, there was also a hint of humor that kept things light in our discussion.


  12. The Airborne Toxic Event Stretch Out During Their Full Album SetRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 31 | OC Weekly

    The last time Silver Lake rockers The Airborne Toxic Event played Orange County, in August of 2013, it was with an 88-piece orchestra at the massive Pacific Amphitheater. This time around they stripped down to essentials--just the five of them with occasional help on keys and trumpet--at Santa Ana's much more intimate The Observatory.


  13. Champagne Cocktails at Gypsy Den Santa Ana, Our Drink of the WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    May 29, 2015 | OC Weekly

    Downtown Santa Ana has a bar for almost every need; karaoke, beer, gay bars, live music, dive, wine, tapas, high-end and even a couple left over for paisas . Really the only thing missing from the scene is a lounge, a place with soft couches, dim lights and the music turned down low.


  14. The Resurrection of Refused is Good News for the RevolutionRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2015 | OC Weekly

    Rumors of Refused's death are greatly exaggerated. The Swedish hardcore punk band wrote their own epitaph in 1998 after breaking up telling the world in a final communique that "Refused are fucking dead."


  15. Kettlebar at Tustin's Union Market Continues the Cajun Steam-Kettle Cooking TrendRead the original story w/Photo

    May 20, 2015 | OC Weekly

    By now you're already familiar with steam-kettle cookery. You've sat at the bar at Ritter's Steam Kettle Cooking in Santa Ana or Huntington Beach and marveled at the retro tech in which rows upon rows of small stainless-steel vessels are connected to a series of pipes and--by some miracle of science that would take Bill Nye to explain--heat is pumped into them without fire or electricity.


  16. On the Line: Gio Bolivar Of Dory Deli, Part TwoRead the original story w/Photo

    May 19, 2015 | OC Weekly

    We keep the conversation going with the main man at Dory Deli. Movies, music, poke.


  17. This Saturday: Lobsterfest in TustinRead the original story w/Photo

    May 14, 2015 | OC Weekly

    Got $75? Have a hankering for shellfish that can't be quenched with just one lobster? The Tustin Santa Ana Rotary Club is holding an all-you-can-eat Lobsterfest Saturday, May 16, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Tustin's Peppertree Park. With that admission fee, you get all the lobster you can crack, dip in butter, and stuff down your gullet, as well as unlimited tri-tip, rolls, salad, side dishes, desserts, coffee and water.


  18. Summer Meltdown's Reggae Party Outlasts the Weekend RainRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 27, 2015 | OC Weekly

    This past Saturday, the Santa Clarita Skate Park hosted another monumental event consisting of reggae music, live art and positive inspiration coming together in support of Autism Awareness. This annual event is known as the Summer Meltdown Arts and Music Festival and is presented by students of the Yes I Can social inclusion program held at Canyon High School in the Santa Clarita Valley.


  19. The Return of Faith No More is Beyond EpicRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 22, 2015 | OC Weekly

    Faith No More always make it okay to be weird. The band's sound--thrash metal spliced with funk, hip-hop, punk and loose shards of many other genres--is unparalelled.


  20. Left of The Dial Records Get It's Second WindRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2015 | OC Weekly

    It's easy to miss Left of The Dial Records in downtown Santa Ana. The shop is tucked away on French Street, indicated by a sidewalk sign and mini-mural.


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