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Journal of Alta California
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In This Issue
JASON HENRY “They Build Rockets Here” and “Space Invaders” photos, pages 30 and 48 When photographing people like Astra CEO Chris Kemp, how do you encourage them to reveal ...
The Promise of a New Space Age
Nature abhors an empty vacuum.—MARVIN MINSKY Alta Journal contributor Timothy Ferris gave a talk recently where he made the point that modern science does not consider space to b ...
Open Your Eyes, Edward James Olmos
The 1992 film American Me opens with a riot and a rape, and gets darker from there. Directed by and starring Edward James Olmos, the movie tries to present a fictionalized account ...
By KIM SHUCK
Kim Shuck’s most recent book is Exile Heart. She is the seventh poet laureate emerita of San Francisco. She has received honors including the 2019 PEN Oakland Gary Webb Anti-Cens ...
Fighting Oppression with Diamonds
In November, Scribner will publish the 50th-anniversary edition of my novel Mumbo Jumbo. My book features a force, which I dub Jes Grew, the phrase borrowed from author James Weldo ...
THEY LEFT THEIR HEARTS IN SAN FRANCISCO
In June 2021, one of the most important works of public art ever created in the Bay Area was rescued from semi-oblivion. Diego Rivera’s enormous 1940 fresco Pan American Unity, w ...
COMING SOON: EL ÚLTIMO SUEÑO DE FRIDA Y DIEGO
In October, in a collaboration with the San Francisco Opera, El Último Sueño de Frida y Diego (The last dream of Frida and Diego) will premiere at the San Diego Opera. Contempora ...
De Kooning Showed Me a Master Painter’s Trick
In my freshman or sophomore year of high school, I decided to become a painter. I devoured art history books of all kinds, but one title quickly became the focus of my early obsess ...
All Power to the People
On a Sunday night in March, a multicultural mix of Echo Park creative types, Leimert Park poets, and a few old-school jazzheads from all over sat transfixed at the Lodge Room in No ...
INSTRUMENTS OF CHANGE
Ozzy Osbourne and the dark gods of Black Sabbath could never have imagined this. In the music room of Young Oak Kim Academy, a public middle school in Los Angeles’s Koreatown, on ...
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