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From Sports to Protests, Shooting L.A.

I had a dream, to one day photograph NFL football teams. It’s a dream that got its inspiration from the pages of a newspaper, with a 1974 photograph in the Herald... Read more »

Pen and Photo: No Greater Keepsake

Whether it’s a local football rivalry or the passion of a musical conductor, Mario Villegas’ stories and photos draw you into the experience. With more than... Read more »

Children’s Health Program Renewed For Six Years

A brief, partial shutdown of the federal government ended Monday, as the Senate and House approved legislation that would keep federal dollars flowing until Feb.... Read more »

Health Exec With Ties to White Memorial to Retire

Beth Zachary, who led Boyle Heights-based White Memorial for 15 years before rising to senior vice president of parent company Adventist Health, where she also serves... Read more »

Fire at Boyle Heights Church Called ‘Suspicious’ – Community Outraged

A “suspicious” fire damaged a Catholic church in Boyle Heights that also serves as a center for community activism this morning, and an investigation is underway... Read more »

Homeless Count Moves Into Metro and Southern LA County

The three-day 2018 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count, which got underway Tuesday night with thousands of volunteers taking to the streets of San Fernando, Santa... Read more »

EGP’s Community Calendar – Jan. 25-Jan. 31

Today, Thursday, Jan. 25 2-3pm–“Borders and Neighbors: Artist Panel Discussion” in the Biscailuz Gallery at El Pueblo Historical Monument: 125 Paseo de La... Read more »

One Dead, One Injured In Shooting Near Pasadena Freeway

One person was shot dead and another person was wounded Sunday along the Arroyo Seco Parkway (Route 110) near Monterey Hills. The shootings were near Avenue 52 and... Read more »

Are Deportation Fears Keeping People From Reporting Crimes?

Citing concerns that immigrants in the country illegally may not be reporting crimes as often since President Donald Trump took office, a City Council committee... Read more »

With Sights on 2018 Elections, Women Refocus Message

Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of downtown Los Angeles and across the nation this past Saturday, as the second annual Women’s March looked... Read more »

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