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Summer has arrived! The 2019 repertory season at Theatricum Botanicum’s magical, outdoor Topanga amphitheater includes Twelfth Night, with original music that lends Shakespeare’s joyous romantic come…0 Comments 0 Promotions
In this splendidly surreal comedy-drama, performed in multiple spaces in the Odyssey complex, a group of eight women gathers at the country home of the brilliant and eccentric Fefu to plan an event f…0 Comments 0 Promotions
A strange and wonderful play that is a mix of unexpected whimsy, delightful comedy, profound despair and more than a little bit of magic. Hannah is two weeks away from becoming a board-certified neur…0 Comments 0 Promotions
When a gay writer hires a man to work as a “shirtless cleaner,” homophobia, racism and issues of consent bubble to the surface. This outrageous comedy will leave you gasping with shock and laughter a…0 Comments 0 Promotions
“Papa Dozes, Mama Blows Her Noses.” That’s just one of the delightfully quirky musical numbers from this Obie award-winning musical romp adapted by composer Al Carmines from A Circular Play by Gertru…0 Comments 0 Promotions
Metropolitan Water District (MWD) is currently offering a $2 per square foot rebate for turf/grass removed from residential and commercial landscapes. As a member agency of MWD, West Basin Municipal…0 Comments 0 Promotions
Daniel Pearle’s acclaimed play about a mother and father trying to do right by their son is a study of intimacy and parenthood, and the fantasies that accompany both. On the eve of the admissions cyc…0 Comments 0 Promotions
West Basin is back at the Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility in El Segundo to celebrate Water for Tomorrow at the Water Harvest Festival! Enjoy free food, games, water education & family f…0 Comments 0 Promotions
11th Annual New Media Film Festival® Part of the C3 – United Nations – Millennium Project, the New Media Film Festival® was launched as an annual event during the 2009 C3: Center for Conscious Creati…0 Comments 0 Promotions
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BALDWIN HILLS — When you see a member of the L.A. Soul Steppers stepping through the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza get out of the way. The Soul Steppers are a walking club of about 70-plus members. The free club for senior citizens meets once a month for a two-mile walk around the mall. The group Read More...
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MAKING A DIFFERENCE: Los Angeles’ homelessness epidemic isn’t the only issue plaguing several low-income communities. The county is full of “food deserts” leaving many residents — children, adults and seniors alike — to face the realities of hunger. Helping fight the issue is local nonprofit the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, which has worked to Read More...
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LOS ANGELES — County supervisors and local business leaders have announced the Fair Chance Hiring Initiative, which is aimed at encouraging companies to employ people who have been rehabilitated through the criminal justice system. “We challenge employers to think outside the box when making their hiring decisions,” said Supervisor Hilda Solis, who authored the motion Read More...
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LOS ANGELES — A City Council committee got an earful Sept. 4 from advocates and members of the public about how the city should spend $123 million it expects to receive from the state next year for homeless housing and services. Members of the council’s Homelessness and Poverty Committee said they want to use funding Read More...
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What a topsy-turvy world for USC. One day, you’re higher than a kite after the kid quarterback overcame a 17-3 deficit 17 minutes into the game to engineer a 45-20 victory over Stanford. Two days later you’re trying to figure out what happened to your athletic director. We’ll start with the happy news first. Kedon Read More...
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What would happen on Friday in their 2019 debut at their current home Mike Walsh Pirate Stadium, was something you had to see to believe.
The defense of the Pirates have already made quite an impression in victories over North Torrance and Eagle…
On Friday at Daniels Field, they gave Whittier Christian of La Habra the full rundown.
The tried and true Double Wing-T offensive format isn't the most glamorous style around in these days and times…
The home jerseys were brand new for San Pedro High football as they continue building for the future, but for their 2019 home opener and nonleague showdown with visiting Eagle Rock, the Pirates, on a true 'Throwback Thursday' moment, would give the fans a treat by going back to the past.
Due to the on-campus Mike Walsh Pirate Stadium grass being…
Multifaceted journalist Germany Kent was chosen as one of 77 recipients nationwide to receive the preeminent Sigma Delta Chi Award for excellence in journalism
WASHINGTON – Germany Kent, a multimedia journalist and radio personality based out of Los Angeles, has been honored by the Society of Professional Journalists for her exceptional work with Online Reporting: Deadline Reporting (Independent). The veteran journalist was…Continue
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LOS ANGELES, CA: reDiscover Center, LA’s largest public kids makerspace, is proud to announce enrollment for their 10 week summer camp season is nearing capacity. The camps, called “Tinkering School LA,” are held at reDiscover Center’s main location on Washington Blvd. in Culver City and at satellite locations in Manhattan Beach, Los Feliz, and Pacific Palisades.
“Tinkering School LA has been extremely popular here at reDiscover since we started the camps in 2011,” stated Jonathan Bijur, Executive Director of reDiscover. “Parents are excited that we teach 5-12 year olds life changing skills that give their children confidence while training them to safely use power tools, all under the supervision of our talented staff.” He continued, “We’ve increased the number of camp locations over the past three years in order to reach and teach more children who can’t make the trip to Culver City.”
“My kid was willing to give up all her video games for the…Continue