A more-serious topic opens the show: documentaries on the 1991 Los Angeles riots (or “uprising,” if you’re a pseudo-Marxist) from the African-American and Korean perspective shown at the KIWA headquarters.
Image below: YouTube clip of the Vandals' "Urban Struggle." Compare with "I Want to be a Cholo" from the show today!
The details: Go to SA-I-GU Film night and dialogue with at KIWA, 3471 W. Eight St., Los Angeles,
Wednesday, April 29, 2009, 7 p.m., 213-738-9050 ext 103; Manic Hispanic will play the Mouse of Blues DRINKO DE CINCO, 1530 S. Disneyland Dr., Anaheim, (714) 778-BLUE (2583), 7 p.m. $17.
Soundtrack for today's show: All Manic Hispanic covers. Guess them below (HINT: We'll reveal the originals on the air), and win a prize!
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High-falutin', relevant quote of the week: “The INS Took my Novia Away”
--One title Manic Hispanic covered. Now, the Vandals' "Urban Struggle"