When Ry Cooder revived the Buena Vista Social Club, he focused a lot of attention on life in Cuba since the Communist Revolution. His latest album re-visits a sad chapter of Los Angeles history, the 1950's uprooting of a Mexican-American community to make way for Dodger Stadium. Before Dodger Stadium was constructed, low-cost housing was planned for Chavez Ravine in a development designed by Richard Neutra, one of LA-s most revered architects. Chavez Ravine, the CD, arrives at an appropriate moment, as the first Mexican-America mayor in a century is about to be sworn in. We hear from Ry Cooder and others about the project to keep the memory of Chavez Ravine alive and what it means today.