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  • ... {"additionalClasses":""}]Ana Guajardo's Cha Cha Covers appeals to a bling-loving POC market. Nails by Regina Rodriguez. ... all the stars to align it never happens." --Ana Guajardo, Cha Cha Covers CEO Cha Cha Covers has 18,300 thousand followers ...
  • Nic Cha Kim is a reporter for "SoCal Connected" and filmmaker for "Artbound." ...
  • ... for our Navy, but for our country. We're talking about the Blue Angels who, since first formed in 1946, have been demonstrating their ... their three months of intensive preparation for the 70 air shows they fly each season. On this particular adventure host Huell Howser ...
  • ... elegant home is back to its original beauty. Reporter Nic Cha Kim takes a tour of this stunning residence at Barnsdall Art Park now ... elegant home is back to its original beauty. Reporter Nic Cha Kim takes a tour of this stunning residence at Barnsdall Art Park now ...
  • Today: Cha -no-yu (teaism). This program explores Japan's world-renowned design ...
  • ... tackled the urgent issue of climate change. The program shows how JICA aids developing countries in this area. ...
  • LENNY CLARKE/Mom's Meatloaf. Today on Simply Ming, Ming utilizes an often forgotten comfort food ingredient: ground beef. The versatile meat is used in a number of comfort food dishes including Ming's Shitake Salisbury Steak with Pan Gravy and comedian Lenny Clarke's Mom's Meatloaf. Ming and Lenny show you how to add immense flavor to this workable protein to create cheap, easy and delicious...
  • ... knew about it. Sandy then reveals that the CCTV footage shows that Latimer was carrying a bag when he left Commercial Street in ...
  • ... Latin and Standard styles of dance, from the samba, cha cha cha , rumba and paso doble to the waltz, tango, slow foxtrot and ...
  • The good folks over at the <a href="http://www.clui.org">Center for Land Use Interpretation</a> have an exhibition up titled, "<a href="http://www.clui.org/clui_4_1/pro_pro/exhibits/elevated_descent.html">Elevated Descent: The Helipads of Downtown Los Angeles</a>."

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