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Community Interview: Antonio Sauza, Music Teacher

Community Interview: Antonio Sauza, Music Teacher

Being involved in band helps students work collaboratively with others and helps them to develop social and problem-solving skills that are necessary to be successful in the work f ...
Little Tokyo's U-Space: Come for the Coffee, Stay for the Ukulele

Little Tokyo's U-Space: Come for the Coffee, Stay for the Ukulele

The compact space within the Japanese American Cultural Community Center hosts ukulele connoisseurs from all around town, from Hawaiian expats to young musicians from Silver Lake a ...
Compiling the Evidence: Music Programs Tuning Out

Compiling the Evidence: Music Programs Tuning Out

With research, we found out many schools in our community don't have a music program. A solution that our team came up with was to use funds from the Local Control Funding Formula ...
Community Interview: Inside the Mind of a Boyle Heights Music Education Advocate, Susan Romero

Community Interview: Inside the Mind of a Boyle Heights Music Education Advocate, Susan Romero

Music education is very important because it taps into a part of the brain that allows creative expression.
How Can a School Music Program Enhance Student Academic and Social Success?

How Can a School Music Program Enhance Student Academic and Social Success?

We want to improve our school community by addressing the lack of arts and music programs at our school.
Douglas Kearney and Aloe Blacc: Two Kings of L.A. Letters

Douglas Kearney and Aloe Blacc: Two Kings of L.A. Letters

This week L.A. Letters explicates two remarkable releases that are making major waves nationally: a book by award-winning poet Douglas Kearney, and an album by the singer-songwrite ...
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