Lalo Alcaraz is one busy Chicano. Many of us know him as the cartoonist-creator of the syndicated daily comic strip, La Cucaracha, where Alcaraz skewers bigotry and intolerance with a heavy dose of Chicano culture and humor. .
This weekend San Diego was the Mecca for nerds, geeks, and fans alike attending Comic-Con. However, the place to be in San Diego on Friday night was the Centro Cultural de la Raza for its inaugural Comic Conga - an after Comic-Con party celebrating Latino Art.
Now the first-generation American is about to up the ante as a writer on brand-new Seth MacFarlane (“Family Guy”) cartoon
In a surprise twist to the third and final Presidential debate between Gov. Mitt Romney and Barack Obama, Romney spent much
Now THAT's what a debate should be like! Substantive discussions, witty one-liners and enough grandstanding to wind-up the
But it was that very debate performance which sowed the seeds for a whole range of attacks on the GOP candidate, as critics
About the artist: Lalo Alcaraz is perhaps the most prolific Chicano artist in the nation, according to his own bio. Lalo
Leave it to Lalo Alcaraz to synthesize the hubbub around Apple's deeply flawed Maps product in the new iOS6 by reminding