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But more ambitious efforts to bring the Fox back to thriving life are slowly working, with events (like a recent "Speakeasy Days" retro trip) creeping onto the calendar.
Long-term plans call for film nights and live shows. For not a lot of cash -- 0 for two hours, but you can get it for like half the price with Living Social/Groupon discounts -- you can fill up the coolers, load up on snacks, and tool around Newport Harbor and Balboa Island eyeing waterfront homes you'll never afford, including John Wayne's former flora-framed manse.
The oldest assemblage of its kind in the country, this brilliantly blinding cruise (started by a transplanted gondolier at the turn of the 20th century) parades out 250-plus festooned vessels.
It’s a yuletide mainstay that merits almost annual gawking.
The whole thing’s like wasting a weekend in the world's largest Guitar Center. You can skip the Strawberry Festival in Garden Grove and the Corn Festival in La Habra; most swap meets are more interesting.After your Duffy excursion, get dinner at the Crab Cooker (classic seafood) or Mint Leaf Thai Cuisine (classic delicious) or grab a lighter snack at the Sliding Door Cafe (classic perfection), then gaze in awe at a slow-sinking sunset...from on top of an oversized surfboard affixed with lights on the bottom.Not that you'll ever squeeze all of it into the frame, unless you stand a parking lot away. A flamingo-pink Balboa beauty dating back three-quarters of a century to when this area was one of Hollywood's playgrounds (Bette Davis is said to have designed the bathrooms), this tacky swan now hosts live performances (mostly tribute bands, nostalgia merchants, and Andrew Dice Clay) in addition to newly released flicks and festival screenings. Because how many movie houses still have balconies?!Every year it's sized up as the biggest in 'Murica, typically chopped down from Mt Shasta. Maybe you'll run into Slash or Lionel Richie or Steven Tyler making an appearance or tossing out a short set at this January musical mecca for gear-heads -- or more likely, you won't.
But your stomach demands that at least one Labor Day weekend you endure a long day's journey to the Orange International Street Fair for a night of street cuisine, from brats to bánhs, funnel cakes to loukoumades, and Irish nachos to Aussie ice cream.