Tag: Media

Photograph of Hunter S. Thompson by David Hiser.

Between Journalism and Fiction: Hunter S. Thompson and the Birth of Gonzo

Peter Richardson According to Tom Wolfe, Hunter S. Thompson was “the only twentieth-century equivalent of Mark Twain.”1 Wolfe’s comparison was meant […]

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California Dreams and Olympic Schemes at Rose Parades

Mark Dyreson The 128th Tournament of Roses Parade stepped-off on Monday morning, January 2, beneath overcast skies and temperatures in […]

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What Color is My City?

Night lights are changing L.A.’s complexion, by Adam Rogers.

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Face the People and Speak

On the future of expertise and public conversations.

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An Interview with jesikah maria ross

From Boom Summer 2013, Vol. 3, No. 2 By Laurie Glover jesikah maria ross works at the intersection of art, […]

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Boom Time?

The Columbia Journalism Review says the best academics and smartest journalists should be natural allies in the effort to bring new ideas to the public square.

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The Art of Crossing Borders: Migrant Rights and Academic Freedom

Interview with Ricardo Dominguez, Professor of New Media, Performance Art, and a Principal Investigator at CALIT2 at the University of California, San Diego

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Interview with Yolanda Cruz

Miroslava Chávez-García sits down with Yolanda Cruz to talk about filmmaking, her indigenous origins as a Chatino (one of sixteen indigenous groups in Oaxaca, Mexico), and her views of indigenous peoples.

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KWXY, AM 1340, Cathedral City

Josh Kun takes us on a drive through the desert and learns how music allows the past to outlive itself. With photographs by Jeff Conlin.