No Enclave — Exploring Chilean Los Angeles

As of 2015, an estimated 48.4% of Angelenos were “Hispanic of any race.” The majority of Hispanic and Latino Angelenos are of Mexican heritage but the region is also well known for being home to the largest populations of Salvadorans and Guatemalans outside of their home countries. Often overlooked are the region’s smaller Latino populations, the subject of this series of No … Continue reading No Enclave — Exploring Chilean Los Angeles

No Enclave — Exploring Brazilian Los Angeles

As of 2015, an estimated 48.4% of Angelenos were “Hispanic of any race.” The majority of Hispanic and Latino Angelenos are of Mexican heritage but the region is also well known for being home to the largest populations of Salvadorans and Guatemalans outside of their home countries. Often overlooked are the region’s smaller Latino populations, the subject of this series of … Continue reading No Enclave — Exploring Brazilian Los Angeles

No Enclave — Exploring Bolivian Los Angeles

As of 2015, an estimated 48.4% of Angelenos were “Hispanic of any race.” The majority of Hispanic and Latino Angelenos are of Mexican heritage but the region is also well known for being home to the largest populations of Salvadorans and Guatemalans outside of their home countries. Often overlooked are the region’s smaller Latino populations, the subject of this series … Continue reading No Enclave — Exploring Bolivian Los Angeles

No Enclave — Exploring Argentine Los Angeles

  INTRODUCTION As of 2015, an estimated 48.4% of Angelenos were "Hispanic of any race." The majority of Hispanic and Latino Angelenos are of Mexican heritage but the region is also well known for being home to the largest populations of Salvadorans and Guatemalans outside of their home countries. Often overlooked are the region's smaller Latino populations, the … Continue reading No Enclave — Exploring Argentine Los Angeles

Top 100 Los Angeles Attractions (not in Central Los Angeles or the Westside)

If you’re familiar at all with local Los Angeles clickbait generators and news aggregators you may’ve noticed that whether they’re promoting the hottest restaurants for “celeb” sightings, the hottest restaurants for “celeb” chefs, game changing brunch spots, or juiceries one has to visit before (never after) one dies, they all have one thing in common … Continue reading Top 100 Los Angeles Attractions (not in Central Los Angeles or the Westside)

Remembering Tony Ogden & World of Twist

It's been ten years since the death of Tony Ogden (30 May 1962 - 26 July 2006). Anthony William Ogden was born in Cheadle Hulme, Stockport (Greater Manchester) in 1962. He studied art and design at Stockport College in Greater Manchester. From 1977-1979, Ogden played drums in a punk band, The Blackout, which also included Dave Conner (vocals), Gordon King (bass), … Continue reading Remembering Tony Ogden & World of Twist

No Enclave — Exploring Canadian Los Angeles

Canadian-Americans are a largely overlooked minority in vast landscape of Los Angeles's diversity. Los Angeles, after all, has no Little Toronto nor an Historic Canuck Town. Whereas immigrants from south of the Rio Grande are celebrated, vilified, romanticized, ignored, and pandered too; those from north of the 49th Parallel are practically invisible. To be fair, Mexican-Americans comprise 47.5% … Continue reading No Enclave — Exploring Canadian Los Angeles