A Tale of Two States Darryl Holter Book Review Darryl Holter Book Review | Los Angeles Review of Books TWO STATES, two directions, two futures. Dan Kaufman, author of The Fall of Wisconsin: The Conservative Conquest of a Progressive Bastion and the Future of American Politics, and Manuel Pastor, author[…]
Left Bank Blues Darryl Holter Adventures in Paris 1975 By Darryl Holter When my daughter Julia was studying music at the University of Michigan she enrolled in a one-month course on “counterpoint” music at the Nadia Boulanger Institute in Paris. Not long after she arrived in Paris I had to[…]
Bookstories Podcast Interview with Darryl Holter Bookstories by Alternate Thursdays on Apple Podcasts A podcast about the business and culture of bookselling in the 21st century. Episode 11: Chevalier’s Books / Daryl Holter Released Jun 28, 2018 A wide-ranging conversation with Daryl Holter, co-owner of Chevalier’s Books in the Larchmont[…]
Darryl Holter Panel Discussion at The Folk Roots Festival: Social Justice And Folk Music. 2:00pm Workshop Panel Discussion: Social Justice And Folk Music – The Panel will discuss the history and today’s songs about social justice. Featuring: Darryl Holter, Ross Altman, Jonathan Ritter with Larry Wines Moderator Folk Roots Festival:[…]
Caravan Book Store in DTLA Is Closing After Nearly 64 Years Elisabeth L. Uyeda | Blogspot Leonard Bernstein, proprietor of Caravan Book Store, said at the time his parents started the business in 1954, the area consisted of numerous offices for rail and shipping lines along with a few airlines.[…]
Chevalier’s Offers Selection of Books from “S***hole Countries” Patricia Lombard | www.larchmontbuzz.com You may have noticed a new selection of books in the window at Chevalier’s Books on Larchmont Blvd. “I just woke up that morning and thought we had to do something,” Liz Newstat, manager at Chevalier’s, told the[…]
“I’ll Take You to a Place Called Italian Hall”: On Daniel Wolff’s “Grown-Up Anger” and the Calumet Massacre of 1913 Darryl Holter Book Review Darryl Holter Book Review | Los Angeles Review of Books A LABOR STRIKE and a heart-wrenching tragedy in 1913, Woody Guthrie at a hootenanny in a[…]
Julia Holter scoring The Passion of Joan of Arc (WORLD PREMIERE) September 29, 2017: 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM UnSilent Cinema UnSilent Cinema: Classic silent films brought to life by contemporary live scores. In a two-night production, the not-so-silent silver screen is returning to downtown Los Angeles to excite the[…]
From 30 Rock to Capitol Hill: On “Al Franken, Giant of the Senate” Book Review by Darryl Holter Darryl Holter | Los Angeles Review of Books I NEVER READ BOOKS written by politicians. No, let me take that back. I read Profiles in Courage by John F. Kennedy in junior[…]
Loyalty Down: Rick Wartzman Discusses How Business Leaders Betrayed the American Workforce Rick Wartzman Interviewed by Darryl Holter Darryl Holter | Capital & Main The premise of Rick Wartzman’s new book is a provocative one—that the long, painful decline of the American middle class can be traced in large part[…]
Darryl Holter grew up playing the guitar and singing country and rock and roll songs in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His current brand of Americana music draws from country, blues and folk traditions and often tells stories about people, places and events.
Besides his music, Holter has worked as an academic, a labor leader, an urban revitalization planner, and an entrepreneur. Darryl Holter is also a historian who has written on Woody Guthrie and a contributor to the Los Angeles Review of Books.