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Week in Review : MAJOR EVENTS, IMAGES AND PEOPLE I ORANGE COUNTY NEWS. : MISCELLANY/ NEWSMAKERS AND MILESTONES

<i> Times staff writers Ray Perez, Heidi Evans and Jeffrey A. Perlman compiled the Week in Review stories</i>

Dylan, man. As in Bob Dylan. Reviving a generation of the ‘60s and another of the ‘80s, Bob Dylan brought back memories during a sold-out two-night stint at the Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa last Monday and Tuesday nights.

More than 35,000 people--from teen-agers who came to rock ‘n’ roll with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, who backed Dylan, to an older crowd gathered to hear Dylan’s legendary poetry and music--filled every available seat and lawn space.

“I’m here trying to recapture my youth,” said Mike Harges, 44, of Los Angeles.

“He’s a living legend and I wanted to check him out,” said Erin Kelly, an Irvine high school student.

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Among the attendees at the concert were Dylan’s uncle, Max Zimmerman, 72, of Tarzana, and the singer’s cousin, Kristin LoCurto of Mission Viejo. “I’m very proud of him,” Zimmerman said.


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