D. J. Waldie | KCET
D. J. Waldie
D. J. Waldie is the author of "Holy Land: A Suburban Memoir" and "Where We Are Now: Notes from Los Angeles," among other books about the social history of Southern California. He is a contributing editor for the Los Angeles Times.
Post date: 2015-01-07T02:00:56-08:00
Places mean - even the most ordinary places - because they become, however briefly, remarkable.
Post date: 2014-12-24T02:00:15-08:00
From 2011 through 2014, the prospects for an NFL team returning to Los Angeles after two decades brightened and dimmed with the regularity of the seasons. Expect another year of waiting as the NFL toys with the hopes of fans and politicians.
Post date: 2014-12-13T02:30:26-08:00
While I'm spending some time with family and friends -- as I hope you will -- I've pulled a few of my favorite pieces from past years to repost.
Post date: 2014-12-10T02:30:29-08:00
The poor, the unknown, the forgotten, and the misplaced are given to the Los Angeles County Cemetery, their mass graves marked with a metal plaque denoting the year of their burial.
Post date: 2014-12-03T03:00:28-08:00
Change has come to the Board of Supervisors. More changes are ahead. What that means for how the county does its many jobs is unclear. But whatever the changes are, they will affect the lives of ten million county residents.
Post date: 2014-11-26T03:00:22-08:00
Jim Hodges weaves together memory and tenderness at the UCLA Hammer Museum from the discarded materials of everyday life.