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Community Calendar August 20, 2015 – August 28, 2015

Today, Thursday, Aug. 27 7pm—The Downtown Repertory Theater Company returns to the Pico House Courtyard at El Pueblo in Downtown L.A. for its seventh summer season... Read more »

Homeless Man Suspected of Causing Lincoln Fire in Montebello

A fire – apparently the work of an arsonist – that’s charred about 225 acres in the Montebello Hills and unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County since Sunday... Read more »

Too Hot? Cooling Centers Open Over Weekend

More than 100 Los Angeles city and county facilities will remain open over the weekend to give residents a respite from extreme heat conditions. With highs expected... Read more »

Southland to Sizzle This Weekend

High temperatures are expected across the Southland over the next several days, prompting calls to reduce energy use and activity that could lead to heat-related... Read more »

Bell Gardens Expected to Cancel City Council Election

For the first time in decades, a city known for its tough political rivalries may cancel its upcoming city council election because no one has filed to run against... Read more »

‘Modernizing’ Schooling In Lincoln Heights

A new charter school in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Lincoln Heights is promising students a more “modern” learning environment, akin to what one might expect... Read more »

Mariachi Experience of A Lifetime

For a group of young mariachi performers from all over the county, the chance to study their musical craft under some of the best national mariachi performers in... Read more »

Council Approves ‘Mobility’ Plan for Los Angeles Future

The Los Angeles City Council approved a sweeping, 20-year mobility plan Tuesday that encourages a move away from car-centric infrastructure and streets toward more... Read more »

Creating Public Art: One ‘Box’ At A Time

Los Angeles has been called the mural capital of the world. It’s a reputation Councilman Jose Huizar hopes to expand: one utility box at a time. In 2012, Huizar... Read more »

How Do You Divide Already Crowded Roads and Streets?

The City of Los Angeles has just approved a plan that will set the framework for dividing the city’s network of streets into the future. The overall goal is pretty... Read more »

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