Gentle cabrones: When I started this newsletter 20 weeks ago (!), I told ustedes this was a test. It was a way for me to aggregate...
A dispatch from Highway 99 and the underappreciated wonderland of Mexican food that stretches from Bakersfield to Sacramento
It’s so much better than some rinky dink RAV4 or whatever the hell Toyota makes nowadays (I still stick to the Mexican credo that you buy Japanese cars and American SUVs and trucks).
The national GOP hopes to use public anger on the measure to drive up turnout and prevent the Dems from taking over Congress. All of this because the Democrats thought they could get away with anything.
My latest KCRW “Orange County Line” commentary tackles the eternal headache that is SanTana politics.
Greetings from Chicago, where the temperature is not triple digits like my Southern California homeland – in fact, it's a little bit chilly. I've...
More than breakfast or lunch — almost always rushed affairs where conversations lean toward the superficial or mundane — dinner is what anchors families as a unit and as individuals. It's when they reunite to share what's going on with them, what they've learned over the past 12 hours; it's a time to feel comfort before bed, but also to gather strength for the following day.
Californians have been slow to recognize that the oversized effect of such conglomerates isn’t purely positive. But they are coming around. Look no further than Anaheim, home to the ultimate business Big Daddy: Disneyland.
My latest KCRW-FM 89. “Orange County Line” commentary tackles an influential person in OC politics.
Gentle cabrones: Every couple of weeks when I was editor of OC Weekly, I'd play out in my mind what I would do the day...