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Community Calendar: Sept. 10, 2015 – Sept. 16, 2015

Today, Thursday, Sept. 10 1-2pm – Art Activity for Special Needs Adults at Chet Holifield Library. Simple project helps special needs adults & caretakers express... Read more »

Community Calendar: September 3, 2015 – September 9, 2015

Today, Thursday, Sept. 3 1-8pm – Used Book Sale at East Los Angeles Library Thru Sept. 5. Shop from thousands of books, magazines, DVDs and audio books. Hours... Read more »

Exide Taint Blows Over to City of Commerce

The City of Commerce had joined a long list of communities affected by lead contamination from a Vernon-based battery recycling plant permanently closed in March... Read more »

Angry Residents Decry Handling of Exide Cleanup

Fuming over news that as many as 10,000 homes could be contaminated with lead spewed from the now closed Exide Technologies plant in Vernon, hundreds of people on... Read more »

Río de Los Ángeles: ¿Qué Pasa con el Sureste?

Continúan los arduos esfuerzos para revitalizar el río de Los Ángeles que en algún momento corrió libremente desde Los Ángeles a Long Beach, pero ahora está... Read more »

Winners and Loser In Gentrification

Much is being said and will continue to be said about the displacement of residents when real estate in a neighborhood suddenly becomes hot. As property values go... Read more »

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 »

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 »

Community Calendar: August 13, 2015 – August 19, 2015

Today, Thursday, Aug. 13 11am-5pm – Montebello Chamber Of Commerce Business Expo.  Meet dozens of local businesses and potential clients. Admission is free. Location:... Read more »

L.A. River: What About the Southeast?

Efforts have been in full force to revitalize the Los Angeles River that once ran freely from Los Angeles to Long Beach but is now partially covered by concrete... Read more »

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