Rubén Martínez | KCET
Post date: 2018-03-28T09:07:23-07:00
In the spirit of variedades shows of early 20th century Mexican Los Angeles, writer Rubén Martínez and an eclectic crew of all-around bohemians have conceived of an unusual history lesson-slash-variety show you won't soon forget.
Post date: 2017-05-01T14:01:35-07:00
Rodney and Mike are existential neighbors, both subjects and critics of succeeding Western regimes of boom and bust and busted heads, of magical and haunted encounters with the land.
Post date: 2017-01-19T20:57:00-08:00
The walls that have been constructed to divide — make them ours. Turn them into productive forces, dream them and tear them down.
Post date: 2016-08-30T08:32:00-07:00
Juan Gabriel played the Rose Bowl in the summer of 1993. It was billed as a benefit for his orphanage in Juárez, but the concert was a taking back of space -- cultural, political, social -- that Latinos had been denied.
Post date: 2014-04-18T08:50:00-07:00
Rubén Martínez recalls his near conversation with Gabriel García Márquez, who died this week at age 87.
Post date: 2013-12-05T05:15:00-08:00
What is the role of the creative community in the context of the drug war that is taking such a horrific toll on both sides of the Mexican-American border?