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  • ... that are green in the military. Correspondent Brian Rooney shows how the military is adopting sustainability and going green. ... development. So was the satellite navigation, known as GPS, that finds your way on unfamiliar streets. Now the military appears ...
  • Most parties outgrew backyards as the basis for a good party grew in price, notoriety and complexity. ... DJ Culture 1990s: Party out of Bounds Text by Gerard Meraz Los Angeles at the turn of the century became the new ... and remixing music, and having a record label. Droid goes further in that they fund and host their own events and have a magazine ...
  • ... during the final push towards completion of the show as she put the finishing touches on a very large drawing (at this point she ... are the qualities a sci-fi movie has. I remember the first time we met, you were walking down the stairs from my first exhibition at ...
  • ... of people finally filters inside the gallery, there is as much of a chance they will pick up the up-and-comers piece as they ... two hours, if I include the Zip-a-Tone. What took a long time was the two or three times on versions that I threw away." ...
  • ... you might not be able to use up right away, like meats, as well as cooked meals that you make ahead of time to bring in to work. Don't forget to label your bags or containers with ...
  • Rap group N.W.A. glorified Compton as ground zero of urban Black life -- while at the same time the city's demographics showed a shift towards a Latino majority. ...
  • ... Zwane is using this period of multicultural expression as his artistic opportunity to toggle between different identities and art ... x Dj Sox were busy creating the Durban Kwaito Sound at the time so we grew up on dance floors, house parties, and braais (barbecues) at ...
  • ... of a fledgling statement in Latin American art. As Kraus articulates in the Radical Localism booklet: "Mexicali's exotic ... culture, especially because lawmakers in DC spend so much time twisting and turning immigration laws. Everywhere you go there is Latin ...
  • ... he wasn't...) and someone will be our new Attorney General as current one Brown returns to his old job, but we're not sure who yet. ... blame Republicans for resisting changes.... At the same time , the requirement for a two-thirds vote on some fees [because of Prop 26 ...
  • ... about the last decade, the L.A. Times has been sinking as an institution, and the for the last year or so has been the unofficial ... shifting political and demographic priorities, though this time there was a bigger context of the meltdown of print journalism that ...

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