Michael Ray De Los Angeles



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Emergency Preparedness and You | #ReadySetGo

While other parts of the United States prepare for a chilly holiday winter wonderland, Southern Californians experience warmer weather. This year however, the season is slightly warmer as fires spread across the Southland; the Creek Fire in the San Fernando... Continue Reading →


Michael Ray De Los Angeles. Recommended Music, Literature, Cinema, & Art ♛ email: 323.592.7649 Los Angeles, CA, 2017 Skulrot is San Fernando Valley Punk, an effervescent trio with a tenacious appetite for creating original tunes. These bags of bones, John... Continue Reading →

Artist Profile: Skulrot — San Fernando Valley Punk Rock, Rhythm and Grunge

Face-melting punk rock for your ear-holes. #Skulrot | @Skulrot -- Past shows graveyard, apparel, video and photo gallery | Curated by @Vampyrohtechnix. Contact: -- 323.592.7649

Overthrow the Food Prison System: We’ve Got Some Gardens to Grow

Los Angeles, CA, 2015. Michael Ray De Los Angeles ~

A Literary Oasis: Tia Chuchas Centro Cultural and Bookstore.

Michael Ray ♛ 323.592.7649 Los Angeles, CA, 2015. I first walked into Tia Chucha's Centro Cultural over a decade ago, and since then, have met the most extraordinary folks, experienced sacred ceremonies, and shared my vulnerabilities, meditations and spoken... Continue Reading →

The MRDLAM Laboratory Goes Live (@ Win Within Sangha)

Last night the MRDLA writing Laboratory went live! Big thanks to the talented cast and crew of presenters, speakers, photographers, tech support and artisans who made it out to the Full Moon Celebration at Win Within Sangha. My presentation was... Continue Reading →

What's your personal mantra?

This writing prompt was the result of a conversation that I had last night. "Of all the things in your life what do you value more than gold?" Criteria -Open to all ages -500 words or less -Entries must be... Continue Reading →

20XIII: The Collected Published Works of Michael Ray De Los Angeles Menjivar

HAPPY SO(U)LSTICE!!! I told myself that before the new season I would publish a follow-up to Earthikana Soultonix: Urbanite Folk Songs Written on Chalk Stain'd Concrete, and today I completed that promise. Thus, I present to you 20XIII: The Collected... Continue Reading →

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