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Jeremy Rosenberg

Jeremy Rosenberg is a Los Angeles-based writer, editor, and consultant whose work has appeared in various books, magazines, newspapers, and online.


Charisse L'Pree Corsbie-Massay: Her Arrival... and Departure

"A young man at the Santa Monica Pier asked how I could go to the movies by myself. When I told him I was a researcher, he responded, 'Oh. That's why you're single.'"

Laws that Shaped L.A. Column is Going on Hiatus

Great, great thanks to all of you who have read, shared, complimented, complained about, and of course, contributed to the column.

Kamal Moummad: Morocco, Paris, Hoops, Modeling, and a Will Ferrell Movie

"What I love the most about Los Angeles is that to me it is a very welcoming place. No matter where you're from, what your nationality, background, or religion is, you're welcome here!  You don't feel rejected. People are warm and friendly just like L...
The monument that marks the border between the U.S. and Mexico, photographed c. 1900. Photo courtesy USC Digital Archives.

When L.A. Became the Capital of the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands

People of Mexican origin in California rarely tire of pointing out: "It was the border that moved, not us."

Ilaria Mazzoleni: Splitting Her Time Between Italian Village and L.A.

"I find L.A. to be very similar in certain aspects to Milano. They both are cities that one needs to discover, where everything is hidden and where things are not really coming at you."

'All That Glitters Is Not Gold': A Planner Replies About L.A. Zoning

Los Angeles' vast array of zoning overlays and local zoning conditions make little difference in actual land use decisions and investments.

João Morlett: Fourth Time's a Charm and the Link to His Ink

"Putting the L.A. Metro symbol on me would really encompass the past two years. I feel like it will close a chapter of me traveling and starting a new life."
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Bozena Barton: Leaving Behind Tanks In The Streets

When I said "open to anywhere," it didn't even occur to me that L.A. would ever be a possibility. I mean, San Francisco, maybe. Portland, maybe. But I certainly never thought, "Los Angeles."
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Remembering the Case that Challenged Segregation in Southern California

All Americans are indebted to the actions of Gonzalo and Felicitas Mendez, and four other Santa Ana families, who challenged segregation in local schools.

Marcus Gray: Hip-Hop Chocolate From Underground L.A.

"People could actually hold a symbol of their affinity in their hands -- their love of being a deejay or collecting records or dancing -- and consume it as if were like Catholic communion."
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