Samanta Helou Hernandez | KCET
Samanta Helou Hernandez
Samanta Helou Hernandez is a freelance multimedia journalist covering food, culture, music, and Latinx issues. Her work has been featured in publications such as LA Weekly, Mitú, and Remezcla among others. You can find her work at samantahelou.com.
Post date: 2018-11-19T09:26:03-08:00
An exhibition in Mexico City titled “Bridges in a Time of Walls: Chicano/Mexican-American Art from L.A. to Mexico,” is introducing Mexicans to Chicano and Mexican-American art across generations and practices. We spoke to four participating artists.
Post date: 2018-10-22T11:50:16-07:00
“Bridges in a Time of Walls: Mexican/Chicano Art from Los Angeles to Mexico” is a wide-ranging, multigenerational and rare exhibit of Chicano artwork in Mexico’s capital.
Post date: 2018-03-28T04:43:10-07:00
Olvera Street means many things to many people. Hear the voices of those who find themselves drawn to this heart of Los Angeles.
He Was One of the First to Overcome Racial Bias in the Kitchens. Meet the Mexican Chef Who Helped Pave the Way.Post date: 2017-11-09T14:42:51-08:00
When celebrated food critic Jonathan Gold first came across Chef Roberto Berrelleza’s now-shuttered La Moderna in 1992, he wrote, “La Moderna's food, prepared by a true restaurant maniac, is among the best Mexican food in Los Angeles.”
Post date: 2017-10-23T22:21:30-07:00
Grand Central Market has been open for a century. Those who shop there have found sustenance, but for industrious immigrants, working at the market is also a way to stay in touch with and share their culture.
Post date: 2017-10-17T08:35:58-07:00
For more than 60 years, La Cita bar has wrapped its arms around a diverse set of the city’s residents — from recent Central American immigrants to second generation Chicanx feminists — making people feel at home amid its red tiles and sparkling lights.