In 'The Jemima Code,' Toni Tipton-Martin introduces readers to the African-American women who created Southern cooking.
In The Jemima Code: Two Centuries of African American Cookbooks, Tipton-Martin describes Southern cooking as a fusion of African, European and Caribbean cooking...Read More
These are the so-called Xalisco Boys, who Sam Quiñones first wrote about for the Los Angeles Times more than a decade ago and who reappear now as both...Read More
Independent writer/director Andrew Bujalski's newest film, "Results," follows a modern-day love triangle of three imperfect people grasping not just for romance...Read More
Carlos Nicolás Flores, a professor of English at Laredo Community College, has written a hokey, jokey, postmodern romp that combines all the conventions of act...Read More
Charles D. Thompson chronicles his journey along the length of the U.S./Mexico border, charting straight shots and labyrinthine jags to places steeped in five c...Read More
In their newest film, Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter Austin filmmakers David and Nathan Zellner tell the tragic story of a troubled woman who mistakes the...Read More