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Jeremy Rosenberg is a Los Angeles-based writer, editor, and consultant whose work has appeared in various books, magazines, newspapers, and online.
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Byambajav Ulambayar: How A Mongolian Sumo Star Came To Los Angeles

Byambajav Ulambayar: How A Mongolian Sumo Star Came To Los Angeles

L.A. sumo wrestler and actor is a man of three worlds and three different cultures.
Tom Mueller: From Idaho Logger To Space Explorer

Tom Mueller: From Idaho Logger To Space Explorer

Tom Mueller, VP of Propulsion Development for private spaceflight firm SpaceX, made his way through the Idaho woods to become a rocket engineer. And the results of his hard work is ...
Erick Huerta: 'There's No Place Like Boyle Heights'

Erick Huerta: 'There's No Place Like Boyle Heights'

Born in Mexico, East L.A. College journalism student Erick Huerta considers Boyle Heights his home.
Sharon Sekhon: A 'Misspent' Youth at the Pak Mann Arcade

Sharon Sekhon: A 'Misspent' Youth at the Pak Mann Arcade

Founder of Studio for Southern California History remembers running around Los Angeles as a child, at landmarks that are now long-gone.
John Arroyo: Four Generations in East L.A., Plus Urban Planning and The Tomato King

John Arroyo: Four Generations in East L.A., Plus Urban Planning and The Tomato King

Urban planner John Arroyo has seen four generations of his family live under the same roof in East L.A.
Michael Mattice: A 300-Square-Foot East L.A. Apartment For Two

Michael Mattice: A 300-Square-Foot East L.A. Apartment For Two

The 10 Freeway is indispensable to this Cal State L.A. student from San Bernardino County.
Lolita Lledo: Fighting for Democracy in the Philippines and L.A.

Lolita Lledo: Fighting for Democracy in the Philippines and L.A.

An activist from the Philippines retains her fighting spirit in L.A.
Hirokazu Kosaka: From a Buddhist Monastery in Japan to an Art Legend in L.A.

Hirokazu Kosaka: From a Buddhist Monastery in Japan to an Art Legend in L.A.

Los Angeles-based artist's work is defined by his upbringing in Japan as a monk at an 800-year-old Buddhist monastery.
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