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Get Involved, Have A Say: EGP’s Community Calendar

Whether it’s knitting tiny little red caps for newborns, getting children excited about science, or commenting on plans for a new development, there are lots... Read more »

The Week Ahead: EGP’s Community Calendar

Today, Thurs. Jan 11 6-8pm–Northeast LA Community Town Hall With City Attorney Mike Feuer, Councilman Mitch O’Farrell & Northeast LA police. Meet your local... Read more »

EGP’s Community Calendar

Start the year off right by safely recycling your household hazardous and electronic waste this Saturday. Then take some time to enjoy a free art exhibit or take... Read more »

New Exhibition Explores ‘The Art of Protest’

Epiphany: A word that for many conjures up religious associations, such as the appearance God or a Christian festival celebrating God’s divinity. It can also mean... Read more »

Rose Parade Spectators Making Way to Pasadena

Anxious parade-watchers will begin descending on Colorado Boulevard today in hopes of snagging prime viewing spots for the 129th Rose Parade, but people are being... Read more »

L.A. County’s 58th Annual Holiday Celebration – Dec. 24 – It’s Free and Spectacular

For the 58th year running, Los Angeles County will host a free, spectacular holiday musical celebration Christmas Eve at the Music Center’s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. The... Read more »

Passion Abounds In L.A. Phil’s Free Concert at ELAC

The intensity  of Conductor Jonathan Heyward electrifies  the air as he leads the Los Angeles Philharmonic Saturday in a capacity-filled Ingalls Auditorium at... Read more »

Holidays In Full Swing With Parades and Tree Lightings

Whether you’re looking for civic involvement through community meetings or just plain fun, there’s a lot going on this week. December 1st  is World... Read more »

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 »

A Spooky Good Time Had In Vernon

Ghosts, goblins and pint-sized superheroes descended on Vernon City Hall Monday where they had a “spooktacular” good time during the city’s first-ever community... Read more »

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