Daily Archive: Friday, June 2, 2017

Sen. Josh Newman recall gains traction – Orange County Register

The Buzz is the Register’s weekly political news column. The recall of freshman state Sen. Josh Newman has gotten off to a strong start in making the ballot, with recall proponents announcing Friday, June 2, that they’d collected more than half of the 63,592 signatures needed in the first month of circulating petitions. They have until

23 Totally Over-The-Top Industrial Lofts

Exposed brick walls, pipes covering the ceiling, polished concrete floors, exhaust cones transformed into light fixtures–these are staples of the industrial warehouse aesthetic, ripped right from the 20th century’s factories and transformed into the 21st century’s idea of charming grit (without the dirt). A new book, Warehouse Home, is the bible for this glamorized vision of postindustrial America, acting

Review: In David Gordon’s Life and Art, the Past Is the Present

Photo From left, Amanda Treiber, Scott Cunningham, Karen Graham and Carmella Lauer in David Gordon’s “Live Archiveography,” at the Kitchen. Credit Andrea Mohin/The New York Times “Live Archiveography,” written and staged by David Gordon, is a compelling, bewildering achievement. Astonishingly layered, its overlapping elements connect rehearsal and performance, historical film and prepared script, dance theater