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On April 15, more than 100 Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) volunteers participated in Sony Global Volunteer Day, an annual event in which Sony employees around the world give back to their communities. This year the volunteers took their shovels, paint brushes, and elbow grease to Linwood E. Howe…Continue
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The Los Angeles Times recently highlighted two Culver City galleries openings this Saturday, April 23: those at Kapeikin Gallery & Luis De…Continue
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Many remember scoring that goal or winning a race fondly from childhood. But growing up doesn’t have to mean the end of team sports! Two swimmers, Rossella Pescatori and Chris Wall, have kept competing as adults, which helps them both remember how they fell in love with the water in the first place.Continue
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Louis Gossett Jr., was an incredible phenomenon at the young age of 17. His intrinsic nature as an actor won him sensational accolades as he continuously captured the attention of large audiences when he replaced Bill Gunn as Spencer Scott on Broadway’s “Take A Giant Step,” while simultaneously attended…Continue
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The Los Angeles Fire Department and Marina Del Rey Firefighters were dispatched to a greater fire alarm at Mariners Bay Apartments and Anchorage at approximately 6:50 am this morning, Saturday. The 11 fire trucks at 14000 Palawan Way fought a fire on the first floor to the second and…Continue
Gloria Berlin, the former starlet who was a mainstay with Frank Sinatra and close friends with Michael Jackson is having a film produced on her life. Berlin, an actress during her era, caught Frank Sinatra's eye when she wrote for the Times in Hollywood. Sinatra had lost Ava Gardner and he fell in love with Berlin. After two and a half years, Gloria lost Sinatra to another lady and as a result ended up meeting Elvis Presley at a party near the Beverly Hills Hotel. Years later she became a…Continue
Offshore banking is quite a hot topic these days all because of the popularity of internet banking. Internet banking not only provides you an opportunity to keep your financial accounts at hand but it have also opened gateways for the new concepts like offshore banking. Offshore banking is getting popular in consumer and corporate banking sector because of its flexibility and convenience.
Apart from the traditional banking facilities, offshore banking offers much…Continue
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Chris Bowen, Campaign Manager
310.853.3743 | Wyant4Council@gmail.com
FIREFIGHTERS WALK FOR WYANT
Culver City, CA (April 5, 2016) – Last month the Culver City Firefighters Association endorsed Scott Wyant for Culver City Council. Now the Firefighters are hitting the pavement…Continue
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If you have spent time learning how to design and build a website, you may have found the process to be interesting and fun - but also frustrating.
Over the past years I have taught many people how to create a website, and what I have found in almost every case is that the technical part was easier to master than the design part.
Perhaps because many of us know basic computer functions, there is an openness to learn the technical details that the 'art' part.
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LA’s award-winning “Best Badass Burlesque” show returns with the show you Hate to Love, and Love to Hate.
The Wrong Show: Trigger Happy
A Night of Politically Incorrect Burlesque
Interracial Freaky Friday—what happens when black and white want to switch skin…Continue
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