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2 days ago | Politics
Editor's note: We rarely run op-ed pieces by non-staffers, but are making an exception for this piece. Below, a woman whose sister was killed and mother was shot in Orange County's worst-ever mass shooting urges California voters to vote Yes on Pr...
9 days ago
Cool off from global warming with handmade paletas from Paletería la Flor de Michoacán. La Flor's Mexi-style popsicles are all-natural and cover nearly every edible fruit of Latin America Pachamama created. The guayaba one is like bi...
9 days ago | OC Bookly
When I first heard of the passing of Francisco X. Alarcón in January 2016, I sat to gather my thoughts. I was as shocked as anyone else who admired him and his work, but I could not grapple with the idea that the Chicanx literary world had lost a ...
1 month ago | OC Bookly
By Sarah Rafael Garcia As LibroMobile launched its inaugural exhibit and literary event earlier this month, Macondistas en SanTana, featuring Macondo Writers’ Workshop attendees Reyna Grande and Emmy Pérez, it had scheduled penned a second event t...
4 months ago | Anacrime
By David Schwartzman and Matt Smith There’s evidence of a very California coup in the city of Anaheim, where an unusual alliance of city officials, government union leaders and developers is advancing its own financial interests at the expense of ...
5 months ago | OC Bookly
[Editor's note: One of Gustavo's all-time favorite academics is San Diego State English professor William Nericcio, who wrote the legendarily scabrous Tex[t]-Mex: Seductive Hallucinations of the "Mexican" in America, perhaps the funniest academic ...