Popping is a dance style that originated in Fresno and is characterized by abrupt spastic movements. The dancers pop […]

All They Will Call You (The University of Arizona Press, 2017) is Tim Z. Hernandez’s attempt at telling […]

In the summer of 1973, DJ Kool Herc tried something new on the turntables: by extending the beat, […]

We all have that one piece of clothing, be it a fresh new hat or a favorite pair […]

In 1979, Soul Train host Don Cornelius introduced the nation to five dancers who called themselves the Electric […]

For the past semester, I’ve taught California Studies, a course primarily designed for non-history majors and future K-6 […]

During the mid-1990s, while working evenings and weekends on her PhD dissertation on 18th-century Philadelphia, veteran Library of […]

On October 27, 1964, Ronald Reagan, in an attempt to right a flagging Barry Goldwater campaign, stepped up […]