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Southwest Museum’s ‘Future’ Survey Released

Debate over the future of Los Angeles’ first museum has raged for years, but according to the results of a recent survey, there’s a great deal of support for... Read more »

Community Calendar: Dec. 25, 2014 – Dec. 31, 2014

Friday, Dec. 26  9am—Montebello-Commerce YMCA Free Teen Winter Break Membership Pass. Parents can sign up teens (13-18) for a free 7-day pass trial membership... Read more »

Celebrating the Holidays

From libraries to community theaters to big concerts, southlanders young and old have lots of local options for getting in the holiday spirit. EGP has compiled this... Read more »

Community Calendar: December 10, 2014 – December 17, 2014

Today, Thurs. Dec. 11 10am–Grand Opening Chicana Service Action Center WorkSource Center in Boyle Heights & 6th Street Bridge Job Fair. Learn about jobs with... Read more »

A New Day For Los Angeles County Government

Monday, December 1, 2014, marked the start of a new era in Los Angeles County government. A reconstituted Board of Supervisors was seated and a new County Sheriff... Read more »

Community Calendar: Dec. 4 – Dec. 10

Today,  Thurs., Dec. 4 3-4pm–Meet Children’s Author Edith Cohn at the Monterey Park Bruggemeyer Library. Cohn will read and sign copies of her book “Spirit... Read more »

Gloria Molina Espera Ser Recordada como una ‘Campeona’

  El 19 de febrero de 1991, Gloria Molina un tanto nerviosa asumió el cargo en la Junta de Supervisores del Condado de Los Ángeles, haciendo historia en ser... Read more »

City Terrace Shooting Under Investigation

A search was underway Tuesday for the possible victims of a street-to-vehicle shooting in unincorporated City Terrace. Deputies saw a gunman fire four or five shots... Read more »

Cal State LA Launches BioSpace LA

Students and start-up businesses will soon be able to work together on bioscience projects at Cal State LA after the university received multi-million dollar funding... Read more »

Molina Hopes to be Remembered as a ‘Champion’ Who Listened

On Feb. 19, 1991, a nervous Gloria Molina took her seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, making history as the first Latina ever elected to the five-person... Read more »

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