Daily Archives: August 28, 2009

Virtual Car Wash for Homeboy Industries

Terribly hot in L.A. this week, fires, haze, high pressure system; the moon looks fuzzy tonight because there is so much particulate matter in the air.  And Homeboy Industries, the now-venerable job training and services program for former gang members … Continue reading

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Happy birthday, Baby T.

This is the kind of thing that delights a poet in the early twenty-first century: someone makes your poem part of a child’s first birthday celebration and writes about it on a blog.

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