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  • Open mics, ears at The LAB

    Open mics, ears at The LAB
    Attending open-mic night at The LAB Antimall in Costa Mesa is a lot like a game of artistic roulette — you never know what number is going to come up next. Acts on Wednesday night outside the Gypsy Den and adjacent to Creme Tangerine Records, the...
  • Stars unite for charity hoops game

    Stars unite for charity hoops game
    IRVINE — Considering the fact the payments went toward a charity for children, everyone appeared to have received their money's worth in the inaugural Harmony and Hoops Charity Basketball Game at UC Irvine's Bren Events Center on Saturday. An 88-87...
  • On Oscars: The best often don't win

     On Oscars: The best often don't win
    On Sunday, Hollywood celebrates itself and honors its own. All eyes (or most of them anyway) will be on the presentations of the Academy Awards. But do the Oscars always end up in the right hands? Opinions abound on this topic, and what follows is only...
  • Classically Trained: Mahler's Third coming to Newport Beach

    Classically Trained: Mahler's Third coming to Newport Beach
    This Sunday, there will be a concert in Newport Beach with the Montage Civic Orchestra that includes a performance of Mahler's Third Symphony. The 8 p.m. show at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church also features two community ensembles: the All-American...
  • The Boys are back on stage

    The Boys are back on stage
    As lifelong fans gathered to see the reunited Beach Boys play the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Irvine on June 3, there was an undeniable aura of nostalgia in the endless summer air. After playing a sold-out show at the Hollywood Bowl on June 2, the...
  • Mailbag: Traffic lights in Irvine out of sync

    Re "Irvine's PSA seeks to deter wrecks," Feb. 19: Irvine traffic signals are exquisitely asynchronous. They are impeccably interminable as eight lane directions (through and turn) languidly separately proceed, plus time delays. Drivers park in place or...
  • Storied jazz band from the Big Easy will come marchin' into O.C.

    Storied jazz band from the Big Easy will come marchin' into O.C.
    To celebrate its 50th anniversary, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band on July 6 will bring back the best of New Orleans-style jazz through its 22nd appearance at the Irvine Barclay Theatre. The Preservation Hall Jazz Band drew its name from Preservation...
  • Young the Giant comes home

    Young the Giant comes home
    It has been a landmark year for Young the Giant, who recently concluded their 46-date, sold-out headline tour playing to more than 70,000 people across North America. And, as the alternative rock band continues to play shows throughout the United...
  • Theater Review: 'Hedwig' rocks Costa Mesa Playhouse

    Theater Review: 'Hedwig' rocks Costa Mesa Playhouse
    The Costa Mesa Playhouse explores sexuality, creativity and what it means to find one's "other half" in its latest production, "Hedwig and the Angry Inch." In the cult musical style of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show," "Hedwig and the Angry Inch"...
  • Classically Trained: Young pianist coaxes out pride in his listeners

    Classically Trained: Young pianist coaxes out pride in his listeners
    The aspect I remember best about Conrad Tao was the atypical way that his fellow musicians admired his onstage playing. I saw several of them — who are usually quite the stoic bunch — giving looks reminiscent of proud grandparents as Tao,...
  • A book would be Sublime, No Doubt

    A book would be Sublime, No Doubt
    If you've heard a ska band on the radio or live, Tazy Phyllipz probably had something to do with it. After helping bands like No Doubt and Sublime find their place on the musical map for more than 20 years, Phyllipz, an Irvine resident, is hoping to...
  • Forbidden love told through music in 'Memphis'

     Forbidden love told through music in 'Memphis'
    Four-time Tony Award-winning original musical "Memphis" rides the airwaves into Costa Mesa for a two-week engagement at Segerstrom Center for the Arts next week. "Memphis," two hours of fast-paced action and 19 high-energy song and dance numbers, is...