Feb. 2, 2007
Moz the Cat: In which Steven Patrick Morrissey speaks of ghosts, glam rock, Obama . . . and why squirrels like him. By KATE SULLIVAN Chest of Lies: Identity theft, self-promotion and the search for laminates at Sundance. By JOSHUAH BEARMAN
A Considerable Town
JUDITH LEWIS finds, at last, a reason to say no.
A first for JOHNNY ANGEL star for a day.
Definitely Not Star Search with Andrew Delman, Mike Falzone & More
TicketsMon., Mar. 27, 10:00pm
Improv Open Mic Happy Hour
TicketsTue., Mar. 28, 5:45pm
UCLA Bruins Men's Baseball vs. Cal State Fullerton Titans Men's Baseball
TicketsTue., Mar. 28, 6:00pm
Panic at the Disco
TicketsTue., Mar. 28, 7:00pm
In SEVEN McDONALDs 24 SEVEN Meet Me at (the Doughnut Side Of) Third and Fairfax
Photos from a Santa Monica high school protest against the war by MARK THE COBRASNAKE HUNTER
¡ASK A MEXICAN! deciphers ridiculous nicknames from seemingly normal names. By GUSTAVO ARELLANO
JUDITH LEWIS posts from ANOTHER GREEN WORLD on why all ethanol is not created equal.
Death of the Snow-Cone Man: Norberto Castro made a good life here, but a witch doctor spelled his doom, by CHRISTINE PELISEK.
The Times They Are a-Changin: In DEADLINE HOLLYWOOD, NIKKE FINKE interviews new Times editor James OShea and gives you the dish on Dean Baquet.
In MARC COOPERs DISSONANCE, the Times sends a Valentine to the LAPD.
Plus, KATE COE on the Long Beach hate-crime verdict.
The Way We Wore: Our unofficial guide to vintage rock T-shirts, by SIRAN BABAYAN.
Plus, LIBBY MOLYNEAUX's HOOPLA with a week's worth of stuff to do around town.
Eat & Drink
Chili con Carneys: JONATHAN GOLD rides the hot dog express.
Plus, ASK MR. GOLD about Hungarian wieners and sweet-hot pickles.
and WHERE TO EAT NOW.
Not Starbucks: Where do Goya, Samuel Pepys, L.A. graffiti and Monique Prieto meet? By HOLLY MYERS.
ART PICK: John Mason, John M. Miller by PETER FRANK Books
Cartoonist Mr. Fish visits Paul Conrad and sort of interviews him. By DWAYNE BOOTH.
Corps Values: The Marines in Defiance face tough choices, by STEVEN MIKULAN.
Plus, new reviews,
ALAN RICHs A LOT OF NIGHT MUSIC on Elisabeth Schwarzkopfs singing.
DANCE PICK: Groovaloo by ANN HASKINS
In SURF REPORT, ROBERT ABELE on the survival of the kitschiest in the reality competition show Grease: Youre The One That I Want.
Kiddie Porn: SCOTT FOUNDAS finds that from Dakota Fannings rape to John Cusacks daddy issues, Sundance 2007 was all about child exploitation.
A Controlled Performance: United 93s Ben Sliney, as played by an actor who understood the role by SCOTT FOUNDAS
Getting the Ghost: In Requiem, Sandra Hüller turns heads, just not her own by ADAM NAYMAN
Dissent for Sale: Opposition is a commodity in Sundance docs by ROB NELSON Plus, reviews of new film releases, including Epic Movie, Can Mr. Smith Get to Washington Anymore?, Blood and Chocolate and more.
Signal to Noise: The Moral Museum: Selections From the Bick Archive
In GOOD REP: The Best of James Bond, Agent 007 by JOHN PATTERSON
Becket by ELLA TAYLOR
THE PSYCHIC HIPSTER: Hip-Hop Is Dead... and other reports that have been greatly exaggerated, by ALEC HANLEY BEMIS.
In KATE SULLIVANs ROCK & ROLL LOVE LETTER: Mercy, Mercy Me Smokey Robinson on Dreamgirls.
Plus, ERNEST HARDY on Sondre Lerche's new album Phantom Punch, in which he channels his inner Thomas Dolby.
CAROLINE RYDER on Lily Allen,
LIVE IN L.A. Perry Farrells Satellite Party, Gram Rabbit at Spaceland by JOHN PAYNE
Also, Midnight Movies at Safari Sams by ALIE WARD
And The Bird and the Bee at The Troubadour by MIKAEL WOOD
ROCK PICKS: Your best bets for live music in L.A. this week
In Savage Love, "Im sure youve answered a question like this before or have refused to answer on principle, but... where can you find down-to-earth, laid-back gay men?" By DAN SAVAGE
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