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‘Shelter’ Story of Survival Comes to Outdoor Stage

Seven teenagers hold tight to their dreams of a better life as they travel on “la bestia,” a notorious cargo train that runs from Southern to Northern Mexico... Read more »

‘Shelter’ Una Historia de Sobrevivencia

Siete adolescentes se aferran a sus sueños de una vida mejor mientras viajan en “la bestia”, un tren de carga que se extiende del sur al norte de México llevando... Read more »

CalArts Center for New Performance Presents World Premier of “Shelter”

April 8-17 CalArts Center for New Performance Presents World Premier of  “Shelter” at Plaza de La Raza in Lincoln Heights. Shelter tells the stories of unaccompanied... Read more »

Community Calendar: March, 31, 2016 – April 6, 2016

Today, Thursday, March 31 6-8pm – Talk with Author Reyna Grande at the East Los Angeles Library. Participate in an evening with the author of ‘Across a Hunded... Read more »

Latinos: A Growing Economic Force In L.A. County

So many companies told us that opening a location in our city would never pencil out, recalled South Gate Mayor Jorge Morales. “Now they are calling us back looking... Read more »

Community Calendar: March 24, 2016 – March 30, 2016

Fri., March 25 1pm—National Medal of Honor Day Ceremonies at El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument in conjunction with the Eugene A. Obregon Medal of Honor... Read more »

L.A. City Staffer Pleads Not Guilty to Misdemeanor Charges

One of two Los Angeles City Council staff members arrested in separate weekend incidents for allegedly driving under the influence pleaded not guilty today to two... Read more »

Social Security Numbers Are Tools for Identity Theft

Bowing to intense public pressure, a federal judge earlier this month changed his order in a federal lawsuit that would have required California to release the personal... Read more »

Community Calendar: March 17, 2016 – March 23, 2016

Today, Thur. March 17 6pm—Community Meeting on Crime Hike at Ruben Salazar Park in unincorporated East L.A. Hosted by office of Sup. Hilda Solis. Speakers from... Read more »

Metro Gold Line Expansion East Brings Rail to More Commuters

The Metro Gold Line grew by 11.5 miles last week, extending through Arcadia, Irwindale, Monrovia, Duarte and Azusa, making it the transportation agency’s longest... Read more »

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