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Gustavo Arellano, many others join LA Times staff

The Los Angeles Times hiring binge continues. Today's memo announces the addition of author, columnist and former OC Weekly editor Gustavo Arellano as a feature writer and the return of two more forme... read more

UCR’s CAFÉ Launch Features Two Esteemed Food Writers

Over lunch, writers Gustavo Arellano (editor-in-chief of OC Weekly and author of “Taco USA”) and David Karp (freelance food writer for Los Angeles Times and UCR associate) regaled faculty members, sta... read more

What Jonathan Gold’s Food Writing Career Meant to Los Angeles

There have been many takes on Jonathan Gold’s incredible and truly unprecedented legacy in Los Angeles, from Ruth Reichl to Pete Wells to Gustavo Arellano on down. Angelenos mourned the LA Times and f... read more

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‘Stories Are Going to Be Lost’: Mourning the Decline of Alt-Weeklies

“We did the stories that daily papers won’t do for fear of offending the powers that be and their readership,” says Gustavo Arellano ... others on the auction block. Many of the alt-weeklies that are ... read more


The military is ‘lowest of our low,’ a teacher told his students. He was just fired.

Salcido, who also serves on the Pico Rivera City Council, has 30 days to appeal the school board’s decision, the Los Angeles Times reported ... "So, if you join the military, it’s because you had no o... read more

LA Weekly sold to mystery buyer and into uncertain future

The Los Angeles serial murder mystery known as the Grim Sleeper was basically cracked by an LA Weekly reporter ... of — OC Weekly — editor Gustavo Arellano resigned rather than agree to a demand to la... read more

L.A. Phil musicians' base pay to reach $154,336 under new contract

Dodging the labor strife that has descended on other recent negotiations over ... of the collective commitment of the musicians, Gustavo Dudamel [the Phil's music director] and the board and staff of ... read more

PBS Announces Mid-Season Schedule

Combining archival footage with rotoscopic animation, this film reframes the events of that day, when the worst in one man brought out the best in so many others ... fever” (The New York Times). The e... read more

The controversial case for letting Malibu burn

In other words, Davis predicted that Malibu would see fires of the kind of intensity and ferocity that residents witnessed, to their collective horror, this month. When reached by Gustavo Arellano of ... read more

Cultural Appropriation Tastes Damn Good: How Immigrants, Commerce, and Fusion Keep Food Delicious

Gold died of pancreatic cancer last month, but he still influences writers like Gustavo Arellano, Los Angeles Times columnist and author of Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America. read more

Nancys Pupuseria

Photo by Tenaya HillsThe wait at Nancy's Pupusera Restaurant is excruciatingly long, long enough that you can finish the Calendar and California sections of the Los Angeles Times and get through ... a... read more

President Trump is the political gods' punishment for Democratic hubris

To the editor: Gustavo Arellano ... Jack Kaczorowski, Los Angeles To the editor: Arellano’s column about the overconfidence of California Democrats was interesting and thought-provoking. It was correc... read more



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