Based on the award winning 2014 children’s book of the same name by author Kwame Alexander, “The Crossover” chronicles the lives of twin brothers Josh (Jalyn Hall) and Jordan (Amir O’Neil) Bell as they navigate through the challenges of high school, family and their shared love: basketball.
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Column: The other side of the wall
The border wall that separates the United States and Mexico exemplifies stark socioeconomic disparities and injustices.
Davina Ferreira, the force behind Alegria Publishing, highlights Latinx narratives
Alegria Bilingual Media is a multimedia and indie book publishing company dedicated to amplifying the voices of Latinx and BIPOC creators.
Little Tokyo: A community of fading tradition
Looking past the fun trinkets and delicious food, gentrification has arrived in Little Tokyo.
An interview with Ava Soh, the Singaporean teen whose initiative received support from President Zelenskyy
Meet 16-year-old Ava Soh, an entrepreneur and fashion designer from Singapore. Her business campaign was most notably backed by Ukrainian President Zelenskyy when he wore her design during a virtual speech to delegates at the Shangri-La Dialogue.
Acorn Publishing: A look at the book industry through hybrid publication
Acorn Publishing, a company based in Southern California, offers a new route to authorship.
Mexican President’s obstinate governance endangers millions
Now in the final third of his six-year term, Andrés Manuel López Obrador should be concerned if the legacy he desperately hopes to establish will come to fruition.
City of Irvine hosts inaugural Juneteenth celebration
This event involved a variety of interactive activities, exhibits, local organizations and live performances.
Review: ‘The Summer I Turned Pretty’ brings inclusive cast and complex themes to the screen
“The Summer I Turned Pretty” is a classic rom-com coming-of-age story that explores the teenage experience through a modern lens.
Breaking down Matthew McConaughey’s appeal for greater gun measures
School is supposed to be a safe haven for students to learn, develop relationships with peers and mentors, and, most importantly, receive the...