As a child growing up in Manhattan, Los Angeles based performer, Enrique Jesus Hernandez, called 911 more times than he can remember. “My mom was essentially a single mom, and unfortunately in her relationships, there was a lot of violence,” he said.
Meet the Rent Poet. He pays the rent with poetry.
As a child growing up in Manhattan, Los Angeles-based performer, Enrique Jesus Hernandez, called 911 more times than he can remember. Today, he uses music as a tool to heal trauma.
Almost kicked out of medical school three times, second chances saved Dr. David Chong’s future. Doctors orders; “you are going to fail, and that’s OK.”
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by Melanie Camp Maite Zubiaurre does not like the way walls divide. “The world is becoming increasingly hostile, our country, the United States is, we’re trying to wall off everything and just become an island, and […]
You can ride a horse in the Hollywood Hills. Clack hooves into the dusty hiking trails and look out over Los Angeles toward the sea.