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Ready for Some Holiday Cheer? Head On Over to the Annual East L.A. Christmas Parade

It’s not quite Thanksgiving yet, but that doesn’t matter to the thousands of people who will line up Sunday along iconic Whittier Boulevard to take in all the... Read more »

Art Students’ Transportation ‘Visions’ to be Honored at Measure M Gala

A group of student artists whose work captures their vision for transportation in the future will be honored Saturday at a gala event marking the one year anniversary... Read more »

L.A. Third Best City for Singles

Single Angelenos facing the holidays alone have some news to be happy about – they live in the third best city in America for singles, according to the personal... Read more »

Developer Group Approved for Lincoln Heights Jail Revival

The Los Angeles City Council has signed off on a development team for the longtime empty and dilapidated Lincoln Heights Jail, but it could be two or more years... Read more »

La Visión de Transporte de los Estudiantes de Arte Será Honrada

Un grupo de estudiantes artistas cuyo trabajo captura su visión para el transporte en el futuro será honrado el sábado en un evento de gala que marca el primer... Read more »

Grupo de Desarrolladores Aprobado para Renacimiento de la Cárcel de Lincoln Heights

El Concejo de la Ciudad de Los Ángeles ha firmado un contrato con un equipo de desarrollo para la cárcel de Lincoln Heights, vacía y en ruinas, desde hace mucho... Read more »

Reduce Energy Costs With SoCalGas Rebates

Southern California Gas Co. Thursday issued a reminder about available smart thermostat and appliance rebates that give customers cash back while helping keep natural... Read more »

Confused About Your Health Care Options? Arroyo Vista Family Health Center’s Certified Counselors Can Help

With all the talk and news about efforts to end the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, it’s not surprising that many people are confused about the future of their... Read more »

Council Committees Approve Plan for Street Vending Permit System

Two Los Angeles City Council committees approved a comprehensive plan Wednesday for a regulated permit system for street vending, which would end the city’s distinction... Read more »

Remembering Vets With Monuments and Jobs

In 1938 the U.S. Congress made November 11 a national holiday to honor veterans who fought in World War I. Formerly known as Armistice Day, veterans service organizations... Read more »

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