Day: October 9, 2020


“A Desert is Full of Life”: Food, Fugitivity, and Futurity in the Flatlands of Los Angeles

Above: Pop-Up Mexican Barbecue Restaurant in Vermont-Slauson Neighborhood. Photo by Julio Angel Alicea Julio Angel Alicea Written off by architectural explorer Reynam Banham (1971) as “the only parts of Los Angeles flat enough and boring enough to compare with the cities of the Middle West,” (p. 173), South Central Los Angeles has been stung by […]

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