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“Cue Sticks & Chicken Grease” — Crawfords In Filipinotown
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“Cue Sticks & Chicken Grease” — Crawfords In Filipinotown

REVIEWED BY ANNA UREÑA AND NIKOLAI GARCIA

Not quite a dive bar, and not quite a chicken shack, Crawfords sits on Beverly boulevard, with its door wide open, welcoming anybody who walks by. We went in, with no expectations, checking out the place to see what was on the menu. We noticed that were no seats available so then we started heading toward the door when Nikolai spotted some empty tables at the far corner of the bar near the pool table.
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WHO IS LUKA FISHER?
INTERVIEWS / ISSUE 6: WINTER 2017

WHO IS LUKA FISHER?

BY ANNA UREÑA

Luka Fisher has been an unofficial patron of the arts for DRYLAND since its inception in 2015. I don’t know how she heard about us back then but I liked the work she sent us and published her short films and multimedia pieces. After that, we were showcasing photographers, filmmakers, performance artists, and poets like Gina Canavan, Kayla Tange, Matthew Kaundart, Chelsea Bayouth, Leila Jarma, and Mike Leisz—artists who were all tracing back to Luka Fisher. After a non-investigation into who she was (I don’t lurk, I’m oldschool like that), it was clear that this would one day require a meet up.

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