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Dorsey Senior High School Celebrates 80th Anniversary
To celebrate the school’s 80thanniversary, current and former students and staff will gather in the campus “Circle” for performances by jazz workshop artists, the school band and TruDonion Choir, the drill team and cheerleaders. ... read more / view event »
Los Angeles’ Pet Store with a Purpose Kicks Off First of Series of Monthly Adoption Events
Anyone who adopts a pet will also receive 15 percent off their purchase of supplies for their new pet, a free day of dog day care, and other offers at Adopt & Shop , where all the proceeds go back to helping save more shelter animals. ... read more / view event »
Brotherhood Crusade Featured in L.A. Screening of TEACH US ALL
We are not sure what was left in or what was cut out. Nonetheless, the message of promise, effort and willingness to address long-standing issues of structural and institutional racism will most certainly shine through. ... read more / view event »
Nappywood presents 5th Annual Los Angeles Natural Hair Expo & Lifestyle empowers with natural lifestyle and community Funds to donate to Hurricane Harvey
Nappywood presents 5th Annual Los Angeles Natural Hair Expo & Lifestyle empowers with natural lifestyle and community Funds to donate to Hurricane Harvey ... read more / view event »
Metro Deploys Chevy Bolt Electric Vehicles as Part of Agency’s Non-Revenue Fleet
September 21, 2017
The buses are currently powered by compressed natural gas, which is far cleaner than diesel but is still a fossil fuel. ... read more »
Submissions are Now Being Accepted for the 26th Annual Pan African Film Festival
September 21, 2017
Last year, more than 100,000 people attended the 12-day international film festival, which has long been a highly anticipated event in Los Angeles attended by local, national and international guests. ... read more »
City Attorney Mike Feuer Cracks Down on Alleged Party Houses in The Hollywood Hills
September 20, 2017
A subsequent case conference was held with Garcia in April 2017, at which time Garcia allegedly promised to immediately cease all nuisance activity. ... read more »
L.A. to Get Olympics in 2028
September 13, 2017
Los Angeles was officially named Wednesday as host of the 2028 Summer Olympics by a unanimous vote of the International Olympic Committee in Lima, Peru. ... read more »
Attorneys Renew Efforts to Keep Baca Free on Bond During Appeal
August 31, 2017
Defense attorneys renewed efforts Monday to keep former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca free on bond while he appeals his conviction on charges of obstruction of justice and making false statements. ... read more »
Wells Fargo Names Winners in Small Business Renovation Contest
August 31, 2017
Company awards physical makeovers to 20 small businesses in Atlanta, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami and Minneapolis ... read more »
New LA/LB Seaport Port Director LaFonda D. Sutton-Burke Sworn In During Change of Command Ceremony 
August 17, 2017
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) today hosted a Change of Command ceremony to formally instate LaFonda D. Sutton-Burke, formerly the Director of the Non-Intrusive Inspection Division at CBP Headquarters, as Port Director for the Los Angeles/Long Beach and Port Hueneme Ports of Entry.  ... read more »
A Rocky Start: Changing My Perspectives on California’s Air Quality
August 3, 2017
This was the first time in my 23 years of living in Los Angeles that I was actually able to see the mountains with clarity. ... read more »
Mayor Garcetti and City Council bring Olympics to L.A.  
August 3, 2017
The Summer Olympics will head to Los Angeles in 2028, as the International Olympic Committee reached an agreement with Los Angeles city officials Monday, which now sets up Paris to be the frontrunning host of the 2024 Summer games. ... read more »
CMB-LA Focuses on Aiding Young Black Males
August 3, 2017
Young African American males receive a wealth of support from the Concerned Black Men of Los Angeles (CBMLA). ... read more »
Wesson Announces Call to Action with Bold Policy Agenda 
July 27, 2017
Earlier this week, Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson, Jr. announced a public policy highlighting what is believed as the city’s most concerning issues including the advancement of immigrant and civil rights, bridging the digital divide, developing and increasing affordable housing, and the creation of the city’s first municipal bank. ... read more »
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