Columnistas

Volver: Elvira Arellano

03/23/2014 Eileen Truax

Conozco a Elvira desde aquella ocasión en la que visitó Los Ángeles. De rostro sereno pero mirada afilada, a veces desafiante, su arrojo y seguridad fueron construidos a base de levantarse en todas las ocasiones en las que la han mandado a la lona. […]

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Marines learn about Afghanistan from the LA Police

01/11/2014 Uri Lerner

Using actual urban police to teach Marines so that they can train Afghan Police is an excellent and somewhat obvious idea. After-all, there is only so much a soldier in his early 20s can reasonably be expected know about reaching out to a community, especially one in a foreign nation. […]

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Mexican Cuisine

01/11/2014 Eric Valenzuela

Don’t be afraid of the spicy! Salsa should not taste like ketchup with onions in it, it should give your tongue a tingle. Also, someone please correct me if I’m wrong but I never hear of Mexicans who get heartburn. […]

California

The Mission District in San Francisco

01/11/2014 Eric Valenzuela

Over the past decade or so, since it has become the trend for young urban white people to gentrify neighborhoods because it’s “more real” the Mission has seen a dramatic increase in the white population along with increased housing prices. […]