Dear Internet: Those of us who have been working on East of East have had a long two […]

“So we moved here to El Monte, and I remember all the neighbors were white,” recalled Gloria Arellanes […]

(This post is part of our ongoing attempt to “live-blog” our participation in community-based history in South El […]

Hey, internet! We’re Daniel Morales and Nick Juravich, a pair of grad students in history from Columbia University […]

Gay’s Lion Farm, once a defining symbol of El Monte, has left relatively few traces in today’s city. […]

After my home, Epiphany is the place that looms largest in my South El Monte life. It was […]

“I remember the Queen was beautiful, and the parade came down from Hicks Camp to Medina Court. The […]

I started “going punk” in 8th grade at Kranz Jr. High School back in 1990. At first I […]