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Getting to Know Some of This Year's SoCal Journalism Award Finalists - Posted May 21, 2013
Congrats to all finalists (so far) for the LA Press Club's 55th annual SoCal Journalism Awards, to be presented at the Biltmore Hotel Sunday June 23. In perusing the honor rolls, here are some of the categories that most intrigued us: Journalist of the Year - Print (Over 50,000 Circulation): The name we... [FishbowlLA]

OC Register Dropping Adult Ads? - Posted May 3, 2013
Whenever OC Weekly editor Gustavo Arellano sets Orange County Register savior Aaron Kushner in his "Navel Gazing" sights, it feels a lot like a conversation between a pair of unlikely suburban neighbors. Check out my manicured lawn, says the one. I turned down my music for this, wonder... [FishbowlLA]

OC Weekly Tries to Atone for Headline Sin - Posted April 6, 2013
One of the hazards of the blogging trade, especially when the purview pertains to breaking/crime news, is to throw up an item that contains an egregious typo or flippant error of judgment. Despite a writer's best efforts, it's only after the item publishes that the transgression becomes apparent. Such was the case... [FishbowlLA]

OC Register Going Behind a Paywall in April - Posted March 29, 2013
Following the LA Times' lead, the Orange County Register will put its online content behind a paywall starting next month, according to a letter to the paper's subscribers obtained by OC Weekly. Unlike the Ti... [FishbowlLA]

Meet Michael Sragow, the Orange County Register's New Film Critic - Posted February 1, 2013
It all started so innocently. Michael Sragow, the newly announced film critic for the Orange County Register, was minding his own Tribune Co. business in Baltimore when he received an email. ... [FishbowlLA]

Meet Michael Sragow, the Orange County Register's New Film Critic - Posted February 1, 2013
It all started so innocently. Michael Sragow, the newly announced film critic for the Orange County Register, was minding his own Tribune Co. business in Baltimore when he received an email. ... [AllTwitter]

BREAKING: Huell Howser Has Passed Away - Posted January 7, 2013
This is the kind of scoop that no reporter likes to break. Per some unnamed sources who spoke to OC Weekly editor Gustavo Arellano, beloved and recently KCET-retired broadcaster Huell Howser has passed away. From today's late morning dispatch: Howser has died, according to so... [FishbowlLA] Publisher Puts Himself Out There with 'Ask a Gay' - Posted December 27, 2012
Take my column, please. That has pretty much been the approach espoused by publisher Henry "Hank" Scott with his weekly column "Ask a Gay.... [FishbowlLA]

Tom Leykis Planning a Very Marijuana Christmas - Posted December 19, 2012
As Tom Leykis winds down the end of his first year as a Burbank-based Internet radio show host, he's decided to start his own Christmas tradition. And as with most on-air things the blower-upper inserts himself into, it's going to be unconventional and abetted by the fact that he's no longer... [FishbowlLA]

OC Weekly Editor Rips Mainstream Media for Lack of Prior Jenni Rivera Coverage - Posted December 10, 2012
Never one to mince words, OC Weekly editor Gustavo Arellano is castigating the MSM in general and the Los Angeles Times in particular for their apathetic coverage of banda music superstar Jenni Rivera prior to her tragic death this weekend. ... [FishbowlLA]

Gustavo Arellano to Help KCRW Consider All Things Orange County - Posted December 5, 2012
All that's left now is for KCRW to officially find room for Madeleine Brand and the circle of KPCC irony will be complete. ... [FishbowlLA]

OC Register Reportedly Finds Its Food Critic - Posted October 5, 2012
According to OC Weekly editor Gustavo Arellano, the Orange County Register has settled on who gets to fill one of the paper's choicest reporter openings. His ... [FishbowlLA]

OC Weekly Editor Dumps All Over His Chosen Constituency - Posted October 1, 2012
Our pal Gustavo Arellano is at it again. As in cheekily redefining how to have fun with the alt-weekly, op ed beat. His recent countdown piece "... [FishbowlLA]

OC Weekly Editor Joins Chapman University Faculty Ranks - Posted July 26, 2012
Gustavo Arellano has a solid piece today in the OC Weekly about the civil unrest in his hometown, titled "Anaheim's Tragic Kingdom." But he's also in the news for another reason. ... [FishbowlLA]

Gustavo Arellano Takes His Taco Act to Chelsea Lately - Posted July 17, 2012
When we first wrote about OC Weekly editor G... [FishbowlLA]

OC Weekly Editor Connects Doritos to Disneyland - Posted May 2, 2012
Gustavo Arellano, an editor at OC Weekly, is having no trouble drumming up publicity for his new book ... [FishbowlLA]

Journos React to Shocking OC Register Layoff - Posted February 29, 2012
It's certainly not unusual, sadly, to hear about another round of layoffs at a SoCal daily newspaper. But the idea that the Orange County Register would not be able to find a way to keep Latina columnist Yve... [FishbowlLA]

Latino Reporter Celebrates Pulitzer Prize Winner's Illegal Immigrant Background - Posted April 20, 2011
In the wake of the LA Times Pulitzer Prize win for "Public Service," OC Weekly reporter Gustavo Arellano revisits the recently revealed fact tha... [FishbowlLA]

LAT FOB: Memoirs with a Twist Panel Part Two - Posted April 27, 2009
We've always thought Gustavo Arellano was hilarious. He was also really sweet to this shy young fan of his. We watched him with the kid pictured above. Arellano hopped off the stage to have the picture taken. "Don't ever been afraid to ask a writer you like for a photograph -... [FishbowlLA]

LAT FOB: Memoirs with a Twist Panel - Posted April 27, 2009
There were about three memoir panels at the festival this year. It's a very popular genre, apparently. Tickets for all panels, according to the super helpful and adorable information volunteers, were completely sold out. Sure, tickets were free - er $.75 through Ticketmaster - but still, nice turn out. All the... [FishbowlLA]

O.C. Register vs. O.C. Weekly: Prissy Meets Snarky - Posted September 16, 2008
The Orange County Register's Pedro (aka Peter Larsen) reviews the latest book by the OC Weekly's Mexican (aka ... [FishbowlLA]

Meet A Mexican! - Posted September 10, 2008
Meet Ask a Mexican! author Gustavo Arellano as he reads and signs copies of his new book, Orange County: A Personal History! ... [FishbowlLA]

NY Times Perfunctorily Asks A Mexican - Posted June 23, 2007
The NY Times profiles Gustavo Arellano, author of the Ask a Mexican column and book and sends Mireya Navarro, to do it. Alas, sparks don't fly, and the reporting is life... [FishbowlLA]

OC Register Discovers A Mexican In Its County. Asks Him Stuff. - Posted May 1, 2007
The column is outrageous. It's often hysterical. It's sometimes infurating. And it's (finally) gotten the notice of the Orange County Register. In a piece that feels a little like someone interviewing her neighbor, OCR's Gwendolyn Driscoll... [FishbowlLA]

Luke Thompson Puts Up His Dukes in OC Weekly - Posted April 6, 2007
Luke Thompson, late of LA and now at the O.C. Weekly, might have found his natural metier. He learns self-defense from an anti-immigrant group in Garden Grove, and whi... [FishbowlLA]