Tag: History

Lynell George Sings Los Angeles

Mike Sonksen In the last few years, dozens of articles and think-pieces composed by cultural critics and urban pundits have […]

Viet Weekends

Thi Bui Note: The following are reconstructed memories, based on a conversation I had with my friend Christine Pham, who […]

Tattoo

Sydney Santana Jason S. Sexton Californians need to find ways to mark their identity. This stands true for newcomers and […]

A Traveler Comes to a Bridge

D. J. Waldie You are looking west from the white bluff of Boyle Heights, to opposite bluffs, backlit by an […]

The Latin American Aesthetic of L.A. Music Culture

Benjamin Cawthra In the middle of a series of fascinating interviews with Latin American Los Angeles session musicians, the editor […]

The Big Siesta

Blake Allmendinger In Playing In the Dark: Whiteness and the Literary Imagination (1992), Toni Morrison studies the impact of African […]

Lines and Fences

Writing and Rewriting the California Fence/Wall