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L.A. Farmers Markets Could Soon Accept ‘Food Stamps’

Operators of farmers markets in the city of Los Angeles could soon be required to accept food stamps as payment under a plan being proposed by the Los Angeles City... Read more »

Initiative Aims to Make L.A. Region More ‘Age-Friendly’

City and county officials introduced an effort Wednesday to ensure the Los Angeles region is responsive to the needs of the area’s aging population. Under the... Read more »

‘El Chapo’ Series Coming from Netflix, Univision

“El Chapo,’” a drama series based on the life story of the notorious druglord, will be co-produced by Netflix and Univision Communications’ new development... Read more »

County to Push for Tax on the ‘Rich’

The County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to press for a change to state law that would allow the county to put a “millionaire’s tax” on the November ballot... Read more »

Loretta Sanchez for U.S. Senate

U.S. Rep. Loretta Sanchez should be congratulated for her decision to run for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by four-term Sen. Barbara Boxer who is retiring... Read more »

Free Documentary Screening at the Highland Park Theater

Monday, May 26 6-8pm—Free Screening of Documentary No Más Bebés at the Highland Park Theater. Film tells the story of a small group of immigrant women who sued... Read more »

Neighborhood Council Election Day

Sat., May 21 Neighborhood Council Election Day. Stakeholders in each of NC districts are encouraged to vote in their local area: LA 32 NC (El Sereno) in front of... Read more »

Community Calendar: May 19, 2016 – May 25, 2016

Today, Thur. May 19 2pm—Montebello Library Film Screening – American Experience: Zoot Suit Riots. The 1942 murder of a young Mexican-American in LA ignited... Read more »

CA Sen. Lara Urges Undocumented Parents to Sign Kids Up For Health Care

New America Media – Kicking off his statewide tour to promote California’s Health for All Kids program, the new law’s author, State Sen. Ricardo Lara, D-Bell... Read more »

Sheriff’s Deputies Convicted of Federal Civil Rights Charges, Falsifying

Two Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies were convicted Monday of beating and pepper-spraying a mentally ill county jail inmate without provocation and then conspiring... Read more »

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