Archive for category: Features

Q&A: ‘The Valley in the Struggle’ Director Miguel Duran on Cesar Chavez and the SFV

So, you know about Cesar Chavez but what do you know about Mr. Chavez and…

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Women Making History: Maria Trinidad Rodriguez

When I approached 31 women in the community about being featured in a special…

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9 (FREE!) San Fernando Valley Museums You’re Not Visiting

Museums in Los Angeles are not hard to come by; just jump over the hill and…

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Good Things Come in Threes: i am sf’s Third Anniversary

This weekend, i am san fernando celebrates its third anniversary, just as Tia…

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The Craft Breweries of the San Fernando Valley

You know life is good when two of my favorite things — the San Fernando…

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Rihanna Dresses as a Zombie Chola, Claims the 818

Last week, artist Kristy Sandoval sent me a text that said “Rihanna’s…

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Dia de Los Muertos Event Guide 2013

The end of summer and beginning of fall means the season of breezes, boots and…

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Bike Lanes in Pacoima Raise Transportation Awareness

About the author: Tapatío Flores is an undocumented migrant student who resides…

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The Women on the Wall: Beautiful, Sexist or Both?

A few weeks ago, a new mural debuted near Van Nuys Boulevard on Laurel Canyon,…

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Two Years Strong…Now What?

When it came time to celebrate my one-year anniversary, it was a moment of great…

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