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A surprise visit from two strangers exposes a devastating secret in Stephanie Alison Walker’s visceral look at the repercussions of Argentina’s so-called “Dirty War.” Developed in the Antaeus Playwri…0 Comments 0 Promotions
You can’t beat City Hall, but you can try. In this Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy-drama by Stephen Adly Guirgis, ex-cop and recent widower Walter ‘Pops’ Washington has made a home for his newly parole…0 Comments 0 Promotions
The heartfelt, lyrical portrait of a German Jewish refugee haunted by her past, but resiliently moving toward the future, witnessed over the course of generations of the same family that inhabits a s…0 Comments 0 Promotions
Grammy-winning chanteuse Julia Migenes travels back to the Paris of Edith Piaf, Pablo Picasso and Ernest Hemingway in this evening of nostalgic French chansons by Charles Aznavour, Léo Ferre, Jacques…0 Comments 0 Promotions
A new play with much music, influenced by the golden era of Hollywood musicals, from Irish writer/performer Pat Kinevane and the team that previously brought Forgotten, Underneath and the Olivier Awa…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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STREET BEAT Maria Diaz Riverside “We can do … license plate restrictions where certain cars can drive certain hours because everything is really packed all the time. Or maybe … better parking availability cause I feel like parking is a big issue that causes a lot of traffic.” Rachel Cardenas Los Angeles “ … The Read More...
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MAKING A DIFFERENCE On Jonathan Zeichner’s first day on the job as the executive director of A Place Called Home, he said employees were stressed and fearful about losing their jobs, the computers weren’t working, there was a fire in a dumpster and an accident happened on the street. But when he went home to his Read More...
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LOS ANGELES — Veterans Day was observed in a ceremony outside the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Nov. 11 in what county officials hope will become an annual event. It was one of many observances that paid tribute to veterans of the U.S. military held throughout Los Angeles County. The inaugural Veterans Day LA included a Read More...
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CULVER CITY — The Ivy Station development team, which includes Lowe and AECOM-Canyon Partners, has revealed details for The Shay, a new six-story, 148-room boutique hotel that is a pivotal component of Ivy Station, a 500,000-square-foot mixed-use development currently under construction adjacent to the Expo Line station. The Shay will be operated by Hyatt within the Read More...
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LOS ANGELES — More than 1,000 students were welcomed by professionals in aviation, construction, public safety and other industries for the fourth annual Aviation Career Day at Los Angeles International Airport Nov. 6. Held just south of the airport’s 25L/7R runway at the Flight Path Museum and Learning Center, the event featured a wide variety Read More...
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By Rick Beavin, California Market President
If you are a military veteran who is approaching Medicare eligibility, you may have questions about how Medicare and Veterans Affairs (VA) benefits differ. It’s important that you understand how the plans complement each other so you can choose the best plan for you and ensure you maximize health benefits available.
Here are a few common health plan questions,…
Poet / Rap Artist C.O Chosen One releases his debut single "Tha Street Life" exclusively available in ThaWilsonBlock Magazine Issue117
Attorney and equity advocate Yasmine-Imani McMorrin is kicking-off her campaign for City Council this Sunday, Nov. 10, from 4pm to 7pm, at the home of Dr. Kelly Kent, Culver City School Board President – 4204 Lafayette Place, Culver City 90232.
Meet the candidate and hear her vision for Culver City! Please RSVP to attend here: tinyurl.com/y39ljuq9.
McMorrin has already received prominent endorsements from Culver City Mayor and two-term Council Member Meghan Sahli-Wells, Culver City Council Member Alex Fisch, Dr. Kent, and a growing crowd of supporters across the city. Come see what all the excitement is about!
As the Associate Director of Student Support at USC Gould School of Law, McMorrin develops programming for students to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion. After work, she…Continue
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reDiscover Center’s Annual Fundraiser Set for October 20
LOS ANGELES, CA: reDiscover Center, LA’s largest hands-on kid makerspace, is celebrating their 15th year anniversary by hosting their annual fundraiser on Sunday, October 20, 4:00 – 7:00pm…Continue
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
On JUNE 20th, join 734 Coffee to make this picture of resilience go viral. For too many years there have been images of hopelessness and despair shared about refugees. Together, we can change the perspective and begin a new narrative by sharing this image of a true refugee champion, Manyang Kher. A former Sudanese refugee, Manyang's story is one of true resilience and should be celebrated. If you agree, join the campaign today by committing to share or retweet Manyang's photo on your social media platforms and tagging 3 or more friends on World Refugee Day.