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Latino Art in California

5 Must-Visit Latino Art Museums In California

For me, the most visual and obvious impression one has when first stepping into the state of California is the Latino art. Here I go again with definitions. Do you like the term ‘Latino?’ I’m unsure. Latino is a term used in the US to refer to anyone from Latin America. (Whoa, that’s broad.) The term is […]

Prostitute License of 1879

Brick Row

There’s an orb in the house, a prostitute’s license from 1876 in the archives and tea party space laden with vintage hats. The absolute coolest place to be in National City is Brick Row. Sure, I could tell you it’s because the Frank Kimball House across the street is the oldest house in National City. I […]

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