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Cynthia Rebolledo

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Cynthia Rebolledo is a Orange County-based freelance writer covering food, culture and travel. She is a contributing writer for OC Weekly and radio host for Cal State Fullerton's Titan Radio.

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Meals Ready to Eat

Recovering Quadriplegic Veteran Opens Resto and Paves the Way for Others

Today, a growing number of military veterans are pursuing culinary careers. The culinary field is very natural for military transitioners and veterans due to the built-in structure and drive for excellence.
East Los Streetscapers Wayne Healy, David Botello, and George Yepes (left to right) complete Filling Up on Ancient Energies, 1980 | Courtesy of the artists Murales Rebeldes 16 x 9
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Artbound

The Resurrection of L.A.'s Powerful Chicanx Murals

“¡Murales Rebeldes! L.A. Chicana/o Murals under Siege" is a new book and exhibition that uncover the demise of some of L.A.'s most important Chicanx murals — and what their stories can teach Angelenos about the future of this mighty art form.
Coffee Primera Taza Coco Milk | Cynthia Rebolledo
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The Migrant Kitchen

Boyle Heights' Primera Taza is a Coffee House for the People

While third-wave coffee shops are symbols of gentrification in places like Boyle Heights, one coffee shop called Primera Taza is doing things differently and establishing themselves as a safe space for the community. 
Replica of "Rocket Witch" with Amber Cavener, 2014. | Photo: Courtesy of Anaheim Halloween Parade.
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Artbound

A New Life For the Anaheim Halloween Parade

Renewed in 2012, the Anaheim Halloween Parade reflects the multicultural community that inhabits the city today.
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Artbound

The Art of Preserving: Florencio Blanquel's Handcrafted Furniture

The making and selling of handcrafted artisanal furniture can be considered a dying trade in today's demanding economic climate that has grown accustomed to the Ikea concept of mass produced furniture. Woodworker Florencio Blanquel challenges this idea...
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