Author Archive for Isabel Ochoa Gold


Every fall as Dia De Los Muertos approaches, monarch butterflies fly south across the border to Michoacan, Mexico. Many believe these butterflies embody the soul of their ancestors, returning back home to bask in the love of their families once again.

A more perfect union

“I hate zucchini,” one little boy, clutching a cluster of grapes, declared to two artists. He was one of the impossibly large hoard of hip children running through the halls of the Southside Hub of Production on Saturday night. “I…