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Published by Bernard on 29 Mar 2014

Musink 2014 (OC Fair and Events Center. March 21-23)

continue to rest of articleOver the course of three days, Musink brought together plenty of different faces to enjoy lifestyles that, for many years, have been so closely intertwined. Rather than have one or the other be a side act, both the music and tattoo scenes are represented by big names and special appearances. All three days are accounted for after the jump!

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Published by Bernard on 09 Feb 2014

Into It. Over It. (the Echo. February 1, 2014)

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Into It. Over It. has definitely grown in popularity over the years. Whether it’s just Evan and his guitar or a full band on stage, people make it a point to come out and sing along. Couple this with fellow artists A Great Big Pile of Leaves and The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die and you get a sold out show at the Echo.

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Published by Bernard on 12 Apr 2009

Formula DRIFT: Round 1 (Streets of Long Beach, April 11, 2009)

A new year, new season, new competition format, new cars… Yet I still found myself wide-eyed with the unpredictable nature of drifting that sticks to the sport no matter what other changes occur. One thing is for sure: if the Formula D drivers continue to drive like they did at Long Beach, it’s going to be one hell of a season.

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Published by Bernard on 13 Oct 2008

Formula D Round 7: “Final Fight” (Irwindale, CA, Oct. 11, 2008)

Chris Forsberg @ Formula D Round 7

Unpredictable. If there’s one word to describe this sport, that’s it. It only makes sense when you have a sport built around controlling a car in a situation that’s normally considered out of control. I remember coming to the first ever drift event held in the parking lot of the Irwindale Speedway, and it’s great to come back and see how much the sport has evolved on US soil.

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Published by Bernard on 05 Aug 2008

X-Games 14: Rally (Home Depot Center, Aug. 3, 2008)

Ever since I saw Marcus Gronholm and Tommi Makinen throwing around dirt I was hooked. Rally racing is one of those things that has a huge following in every country except the US. The past 3 years, however, have been looking to change that. This year was indeed a big push to get Rally the much needed exposure it deserves.

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