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  • ... the residents of West Hollywood . "I want to create events and opportunities for residents to encounter and engage with poetry," ... by Steven Reigns and the City of West Hollywood , 2013 | Photo: John D'Amico/Flickr/Creative Commons He has ...
  • ... buy you a beer instead.' Thank God I got up on that stage. 10 In the '70s the Palomino reached its peak of homey glamour. The Pal ... executives hung out in the "celebrity room" and novelty events like the country singing debut of QB Terry Bradshaw brought out the ...
  • It is clear on Halloween that not all neighborhoods are created equally. Every year tens of ... City-skyline hats at the Halloween party in West Hollywood . October 31, 1992. Image courtesy of USC. ...
  • Amjad leaves together with Meir for a Purim ( Halloween ) party, dressed up as an IDF soldier. Amjad leaves the club to ... the worthless Amjad in a desert storeroom somewhere in the West bank. ...
  • Weekender highlights art events taking place across Southern California. ... Contemporary Exhibitions Saturday, November 10 from 1 to 4 p.m. Artists and art curators come together for ... Center November 3, 2012 to February 24, 2013 Multi-disciplinary artist Ben Jones employs a full use of color in ...
  • Halloween gets an early start with events and screenings featuring ... is already in the air with workshops, screenings and events that look for ghosts and create scary effects... Saturday, ...
  • ... was likely changed on the auspicious date of October 10 , 2010, as the first CicLAvia car-free event commenced on seven miles ... also embarked on their own ciclovia, or "open streets" events . While sharing their vision to the local bicycling advocacy community, ...
  • Up Front: Why is L.A. gasping for green space when there are millions of dollars available to build parks? In our investigation, Val Zavala examines the little-known Quimby law and how it may be hindering park development in L.A.

    In the Studio:

    The beauty and fantasy of Los Angeles...that never was. Curators Sam Lubell...

  • Up Front: The growing sea lion population is becoming a problem for some SoCal port town residents.

    In the Studio:

      • Current TV was recently sold to Al Jazeera, the news network based in the Middle East. Reporter Brian Stelter weighs in on what this means for news media in the U.S.

      • L.A. Weekly...

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