Daniela Robles

Daniela Robles

Poem: I will never forget

Poem: I will never forget

  I remember listening to my mom’s romantic Spanish music, my dad’s cumbia band and my sister’s violin recitals. I remember listening to the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and early 2000s.   I remember eating the diversity of foods, from Mexican to Guatemalan, to...

Mac DeMarco’s ‘Salad Days,’ a review

Mac DeMarco’s ‘Salad Days,’ a review

The mellow, chill, and uprising vibe to “Chamber of Reflection” and “Let my Baby Stay” makes you feel like you traveled back to the 1980s or like you’re getting high without smoking a blunt, even though you have never smoked weed in your life. McBriare Samuel Lanyon...

Poem: Where are you now?

Poem: Where are you now?

L.A., my beautiful City Like a blooming lily I hear the sounds of the streets Like a party beat I hear the language coursing through my brain Like a calm stream in the rain   L.A., my beautiful City There is graffiti and poverty But we still live in liberty We...

We need art in our lives

We need art in our lives

Have you ever heard or was told that art is useless, do something else with your life, there are other jobs that are more successful and pay more, art is hard, you need to be a professional at art, what's the point, etc. Well I have heard, was told and if you are one...

From suicidal to a girl with a dream

From suicidal to a girl with a dream

  Daniela Robles is a 16-year-old girl who is currently a junior and goes to East Los Angeles Renaissance Academy at Esteban Torres High school. She lives a pretty average life, going to school, learn, living her daily life with family and friends, etc. But there...