Adolfo Guzman-Lopez | KCET
Post date: 2012-02-02T03:30:00-08:00
The only way I can even get close to defining the Latino zeitgeist is to go back to all the people I've interviewed in the last 11 years as a daily reporter in L.A. Here are some of them.
Post date: 2012-01-24T06:05:46-08:00
This show's mix of Mexican, Chicano, and art by Charles and Ray Eames and Julius Schulman is a temporary vision of the possibilities of a Latino museum in Southern California.
Post date: 2012-01-17T06:10:00-08:00
The quality of Spanish language news in Southern California varies widely and it's been made worse, Arredondo said, by budget cuts that have decimated the ranks of reporters and editors.
Post date: 2012-01-10T08:54:21-08:00
The current debate over son jarocho in L.A. ranges from expletive pissing matches online to a philosophical debate over the nature of community music building and the process by which a musical practice that's spiritual to many is carried out.
Post date: 2012-01-03T10:00:00-08:00
The trovadores, the Spanish speaking troubadors of Los Angeles, will not forget May 1, 2007 in MacArthur Park. A group of them has released a CD of songs in tribute to the men, women, and children who suffered the pain of police batons and rubber bulle...
Post date: 2011-12-27T06:00:00-08:00
They arrive torsos ripped down the middle, decapitated; fingers, hands, and toes severed.