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  • ... needed pair of eyeglasses.  An  annual event , run by the non-profit “Care Now,” is a life raft for these families. ...
  • ... For the past two years, the art being produced by Mexicali artists in various disciplines has obtained much deserved ... Chicano muralists of Los Angeles. Commencing in March 2012 with a commissioned group show at Artists Space in New York and recently ...
  • ... Los Angeles streets into temporary parks, will be back in 2012 . [scald=30265:kl_image_original_context] Cyclists ride the ... successful, it's a city program," he told KCET. Similar events are organized by the cities of Portland (five events /year) ...
  • ... right app. Plus, nationally syndicated business columnist Kathy Kristof discusses how to weather the financial storms, especially when you're struck by something as devastating as "superstorm" Sandy. Also, a discussion of ...
  • ... Boulevard Voices  is a series of interviews conducted by Occidental College students, assisted by the Keck Grant, for  ... chronicled across her walls. Flyers from Avenue 50 events passed, clippings of local press releases on the artistic community, ...
  • ... stands Avenue 50 Studio. And at the heart of Avenue 50 is Kathy Gallegos, its founder and director. For the past 15 years, Gallegos' ... to those who have no means to go to, or are intimidated by a gallery. Using art as a tool for healing and inspiration, she curated ...
  • ... rights attorney Robert Garcia offers a timeline of key events leading up to and in the aftermath of the L.A. Riots. ... 1318, 82 Cal. Rptr. 2d 260 (1999) . Epilogue 2000- 2012 It became apparent that Los Angeles was still incapable of ...
  • ... the screens of L.A. theaters this week, from Jon Jost to Rose Lowder, Dziga Vertov to Kurt Kren. ... with film regarding our contemporary society controlled by multinational economics. As the totalitarian environments of urban ... with the interminable images of him being smothered by all these women." The films will screen at the Billy Wilder Theater. ...
  • UpFront: A school in East L.A. has taken student suspensions off the table -- with positive results. In the Studio: L.A. Weekly editor Jill Stewart on the city's hit-and-run "epidemic." OC Weekly editor Gustavo Arellano on the passing of Jenni Rivera, an American singer famous for her banda and nortena music.

  • ... seek relief from tuberculosis. Others had also been drawn by the salubrious climate, or by the town's growing national reputation ... Although the club staged balls and other social events , its primary focus was the hunt. In a nod to the English tradition, ...

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