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Mr. Knight saw up close how serious the issue of homelessness is when he first moved to Los Angeles in 2006 while working for the Los Angeles Free Clinic (now the Saban Community Clinic) and seeing all of those families in need. It was a wake-up call.
In December, Angel Kuo earned her hard-won credential as National Board Certified Teacher.
Professional services offered by the Tōyō Miyatake Studio include stunning images in traditional studio portraits.
APAC is starting its 14th season presenting world-class performers from classical to jazz, pop, dance, and more.
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The Beatlemaniacs, as coined by Bill Yee, will perform a fab and gear Beatles tribute show. They invite everyone to sing along as they ferry down the Mersey to the sound of magical songs of the Fab Four.
Sometimes you don’t have to travel far from home to visit a “distant land.” All the above — and more — surprised and delighted me thanks to a stay at The Garland Hotel in nearby North Hollywood.
Nemo Hilby, and incoming Park Elementary second-grader, was ranked top 7-year-old in the nation in the shot put, as he also spent his summer practicing for the Junior Olympics on July 25 in Sacramento. This then lead to gaining the attraction of reporter Ryann Vargas at Spectrum SoCal News 1.
William Wayne's movie Lost Angelas, a psychological thriller that explores the dark side of the movie business, was entered in local film festivals and received awards and good reviews. It will have its opening weekend at The Laemmle Pasadena Playhouse 7 Theater Friday June 14.
The Alhambra Performing Arts Center is celebrating its 13th year providing free monthly world-class performances at Sage Granada Park United Methodist Church.
Volunteers from Vet Hunters Project to speak. Screening of Stranger at Home trailer with Q and A with the film makers.