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Founder & Editor of Deep City Chronicles, in pursuit of his passion as a writer, photojournalist and documentary filmmaker after too many years in the world of advertising and graphic design.

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Calle Ocho

After forty years of moving to the rhythms of Salsa and Rumba, then incorporating the sounds of Norteñas and Bachata, it looks like the Calle Ocho has finally reached its ...
First Nations

March 10th, 2017 - The Native Nations Rise March through Washington D.C. erected a tipi at Trump International Hotel on their way to Lafayette Park for a massive rally.
Native Nations

On Thursday, March 9th 2017, members of the Sioux Nation gather for a water ceremony at the symbolic camp at the Washington Monument.
Water

Those who benefit and profit from an obsolete energy paradigm will do everything in their power to maintain it. Wether it’s our government protecting the interests of big oil with ...
Kucinich

Dennis Kucinich delivered an inspirational speech addressing Standing Rock at the Washington Monument on Sunday, November 27, 2016.
Anti-Trump

Thousands of people gathered in downtown Miami for an Anti-Trump march on November 11, 2016. Deep City Chronicles was there.
Jester

In Tarot, The Fool represents abandonment of one’s self and encourages us to take a leap of faith, ignoring any possible consequences. Millions of Americans took that leap on election ...
Jara

On June 27th, 2016, former Chilean army lieutenant Pedro Pablo Barrientos Nuñez was found “liable” by a U.S. District Court for the murder of revered Chilean folk singer, Victor Jara, ...
West

In a burgeoning global culture, can such a thing as ‘western’ civilization even exist? Some will rightly question whether we are, in fact, building a global culture or simply consolidating ...
Wheeler

Perhaps Mr. Wheeler was poisoned by his neighbor and thrown in a trashcan over a blocked view of his driveway. Or, maybe he was a good neighbor after all, willing ...

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