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To Live and Dine in L.A.

One of the things I did on my summer vacation was visit Los Angeles, and I was delighted to be able to see the exhibit… 109 more words


Seeking Los Angeles

SOME YEARS back, not too long before I became a journalist, I noted that I seemed stricken by writers block when it came to fixing Los Angeles on the page. 200 more words

Los Angeles

[Blog] "Music as Urbanism" at the Armory Center: Rural Music, Christopher Dorner Corridos, + L.A. Songlines

The main gallery at Pasadena’s Armory Center for the Arts features a photography exhibition by Connie Samaras called “Tales of Tomorrow” — images of cities, towns, and landscapes that depict Samaras’s musings on “the future imaginary.” 934 more words


Music as Social Action: Sound Artist Josh Kun at TEDxUSC [video]

via YouTube:
Professor, author, and music critic Josh Kun is looking at music as a form of social action, particularly for the world’s 213 million migrants alienated by militarized borders.

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Social Change

[Blog] The Donkey Show: From Tijuana to Santa Monica Museum of Art

My trips to Tijuana have always included strolling down the main tourist drag, la Avenida de la Revolución — dodging panhandlers, buying up pottery, and stopping for snacks of tacos, or even better, sizzling bacon-wrapped hot dogs.  567 more words



muchachos y muchachas, chicos y chicas. aqui con una pequeña invitacion a una exposicion muy interesante en LOS ANGELES.  A NIGHT AT THE DONKEY SHOW !!! 68 more words


[Blog] Manu Chao Talks Life, Music, Politics with Josh Kun at USC (+ Video)

Manu Chao sings “Politik Kills.” Video by D. Solomon.

The brilliant globetrotter musician Manu Chao made a special appearance at USC on Oct. 18 to talk life, culture, music and politics with Latino culture scholar… 334 more words