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Fiestas Patrias Fesival at Olvera Street!

  Woodcraft Rangers (pictured) elementary school level Mariachi and Folklorico clubs perform this weekend. (Woodcraft Rangers ) Saturday & Sunday- Sept.... Read more »

Celebrate Latino Heritage Month With Music, Dance Food, Art, and More

Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month –officially Sept. 15-Oct. 15 – offers many opportunities to explore, express and enjoy Latino culture and accomplishments through... Read more »

The Lights and Sounds of L.A. County Fair

Carnival rides light up at night at the L.A. County Fair in Pomona. (Photo by Nancy Martinez) Carnival rides, food booths, games and barn animals have taken over... Read more »

Community Calendar: September 4, 2014 – September 10, 2014

Today, Thursday, Sept. 4 6:30-8pm––Military Service Academy Information Night Hosted by Congressman Xavier Becerra. Guest speakers will provide an overview of... Read more »

Let’s Revive Neighborhood Watch

We’ve noticed that many of the neighborhood watch signs we’ve come across lately are old and in disrepair. To us, it’s an indication that what was once a significant... Read more »

100 Years of History at Southwest Museum Site

Saturday’s celebration at the Southwest Museum in Mount Washington was supposed to be about the 100-year history of the historic structure, but it was clear many... Read more »

Latin Music Festival With ‘Cool’ Highland Park Vibe Opens Saturday

A new music festival is coming to Northeast Los Angeles this weekend, offering two days of free outdoor summertime entertainment. It’s the vision of Councilman... Read more »

Councilman Gil Cedillo’s 1st Annual Los Angeles Latin Jazz/Music Festival

Saturday & Sunday Aug. 23 & 24th 11am-6pm—Councilman Gil Cedillo’s 1st Annual Los Angeles Latin Jazz/Music Festival at Sycamore Grove Park in Northeast... Read more »

Community Calendar: August 21, 2014 – August 27, 2014

Today, Thur., Aug. 21 1-4pm—Affordable Care Act Information at Chet Holifeld Library in Montebello. Experts will be present to answer questions and concerns. Library... Read more »

Southwest Museum Celebrates Centennial

It’s been more than a century since journalist, anthropologist and Indian rights activist Charles E. Lummis began his quest to open the city of Los Angeles’... Read more »

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