Elson Trinidad | KCET
A KCET viewer since the mid-1970s, Elson describes himself as "The Filipino kid who grew up listening to black music in an Armenian neighborhood where people spoke Spanish and ate Thai food." A native Angeleno with a penchant for creativity and community, his weapons of choice include a microphone, a piano, a laptop, and a shovel.
Post date: 2017-11-21T00:00:00-08:00
What does the idea of a "West Coast" mean to migrants who traveled east to get here?
Post date: 2015-12-08T03:31:00-08:00
"The fete includes the traditional introduction of the Archival Fruitcake -- a 10-year-old fruitcake sealed inside a Cold War-era Civil Defense barrel."
Post date: 2015-08-11T05:31:28-07:00
Twenty years ago this month, a raid on an El Monte sweatshop holding 72 Thai laborers in captivity opened the public's eyes to how such severe labor exploitation can exist in the Land of the Free.
Post date: 2015-07-22T05:00:10-07:00
For Dr. Susumu "Sus" Ito, taking a photo was no small feat, especially as a soldier during World War II. His wartime photographs are the subject of a new exhibit at JANM in Little Tokyo.
Post date: 2015-05-22T04:00:32-07:00
In the year of the improbable, the impossible has happened: David Ryu became L.A.'s first Korean American and second Asian American to be elected to the city council.
Post date: 2015-05-07T10:00:05-07:00
Pac-Mania produced a surreal experience: For Filipinos, used to seeing our culture mis-represented, or even ignored outright, a Filipino has become a household name worldwide.