Go Out Tonight is the debut release from Boyle Heights band The Tracks. The noir-looking video — with visuals from the 1961 film The Exiles — sets a contrasting stage for the band’s poppy high energy sound and escapist lyrics:
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In Downtown Los Angeles, near 7th and Spring, one gringo from the Midwest rolls out his cart at night and makes tacos like no one else. Video creator J.A. Lugo-Ponce explains:
The staff at Taqueria Mexico on West Colfax Avenue in Denver asked a homeless man to leave Thursday night.
Not so fast, said patron Vanessa Varona, who was there with her family, and offered to buy him a meal.
DENVER — A Denver woman’s Facebook post is going viral after she said a local restaurant refused to serve a homeless customer.
Homelessness is hard, especially if you have to solicit money on the street with a crudely-scrawled sign. But there is a way YOU can help. Please take two minutes to watch this video for a new ThingStarter campaign. You’ll be glad you did.
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Inocente got an Oscar for Best Documentary Short at the 2013 Academy Awards Sunday evening.