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February 19, 1994 | NANCY MATSUMOTO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
On a cold Saturday night at KPCC-FM (89.3), the Pasadena City College radio station, a silvery-haired disc jockey sits hunched over a microphone and launches into an odd form of rap found nowhere else on the FM dial. "We're here on the airwaves of Aztlan, that's A-Z-T-L-A-N," he says. "You don't know what that means? Look it up! Naaah, it ain't in the dictionary, man, it's too hip to be in the dictionary.
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February 19, 1994 | NANCY MATSUMOTO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
On a cold Saturday night at KPCC-FM (89.3), the Pasadena City College radio station, a silvery-haired disc jockey sits hunched over a microphone and launches into an odd form of rap found nowhere else on the FM dial. "We're here on the airwaves of Aztlan, that's A-Z-T-L-A-N," he says. "You don't know what that means? Look it up! Naaah, it ain't in the dictionary, man, it's too hip to be in the dictionary.
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September 12, 1999 | Erik Himmelsbach
"Did you forget what bop meant? That's how come you gotta go to school. It's very, very simple. You gotta pay attention in class. Let me play this song right here so you can pay attention." --Daniel "Sancho" Castro * Who could possibly doze off during the Cheech Marin-meets-Wolfman Jack rap of the man who calls himself Sancho? Every Saturday from 6 p.m. to midnight, during KPCC-FM's (89.3) Chicano music show, the radio oozes his unmistakable ese-next-door congeniality.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 3, 1993
The UCLA hunger strikers protesting the lack of a Chicano studies department on the Westwood campus are to be commended for peacefully exercising the courage of their convictions. They have made their point quite forcefully. But their prolonged water-only regimen could irreversibly damage their health. The fast should end immediately. And outside mediation is now in order to bridge the chasm between the protesters and UCLA Chancellor Charles E. Young.
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