I have been a comic book fan for most of my life.
Both of my parents got me into it and I still have all of my comics, including the ones I inherited from my father’s collection. I remember spending many hours in the basement poring over his collection – one that he started when he was a kid himself. And my mom used to take me to comic auctions when we could afford it. Continue reading
Lowriting photographer Art Meza, along with several Bay area artists including Yolanda Lopez, Adolfo Arias and Fern Balladeras, will be showing their work at the Mission Cultural Center For Latino Arts in the historic Mission District of San Francisco for a showed titled East Side Story: And Chicano Soul. Continue reading
There’s an electrical storm outside my window and periodic strobe light flashes of lightning are threatening to shut the power off. It’s raining, which is hardly news where I am, but there are several things that I am not doing right now which are noteworthy. Continue reading
These last couple of months have been Hell work and time-wise so I have neglected updating the site. Shame on me. For those of you still paying attention, there were a couple of huge events that occurred. Continue reading
Lowriting: Shots, Rides & Stories from the Chicano Soul will be making its big stage debut at the Honda Center in Anaheim when George Lopez brings his “Mas Chingón” comedy show there on 6/21. Continue reading