“She collected observations as one would collect ice-cream sticks: a youth riding a wobbly bike on the muddy shoulders of the street; a skinny cat roaming through the tall bird-of-paradise stalks; two comadres chatting between a fence; an old crooked bird man who fed his flock of pigeons daily. The desire to be on the […]
Elvia Perez and her family have owned Super Pan Bakery in the Virgil Village community at the intersection of Virgil and Monroe avenues for over 20 years. On any day of the week, locals could stop by the bakery on a crisp morning with less than five dollars for fresh pan dulce or sweet bread, […]
I’m very happy to announce that today our workshop flyers, courtesy of Samanta Helou‘s and The Think Farm‘s support, and which each attendant in our workshops will receive a printed copy of upon registration, are finally ready for the big time! NOTE: When my peers and I went to school in the area, we all […]
This is what taking space in Los Angeles for our communities looks like! J.T.