Tag: l.a.

Conversation with Eric Nusbaum and Gustavo Arellano Presented by the Glendale Public Library

People often say that nobody in L.A. is from L.A. but that’s not the truth. Many of us have been in Los Angeles our whole lives and are proud to call it home. No, the […]

Los Angeles Is Broiling

This is not breaking news but it’s also impossible to not make it a talking point: The city is scorching hot! The worst part about it, we’re all stuck at home. As we kicked off […]

The Dodgers are Back

The 2020 baseball season finally began this weekend and I was glued to my couch like the cardboard cutouts behind home plate at Dodger Stadium. Thanks to ESPN and Fox Sports, three of the four […]

The 2020 Dodgers Season Will Be Different

It’s the evening of July 19, 2020. As I write this post, the Dodgers are playing the Arizona Diamondbacks in Dodger Stadium. Major League Baseball is kicking off the modified 2020 season this week. There […]

The Neighborhoods Buried Beneath Dodger Stadium

Inspired by Eric Nusbaum’s Stealing Home I was born in El Salvador in 1980 and came to Los Angeles when I was eight years old. I fell in love with baseball instantly. My first visit […]

July 6, 2020: Last Week in Los Angeles

Independence Day was different this year but the celebration still took over the skies that night and the morning after. Read on to see how the 4th of July looked in Los Angeles. Lighting up […]