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From Sports to Protests, Shooting L.A.

I had a dream, to one day photograph NFL football teams. It’s a dream that got its inspiration from the pages of a newspaper, with a 1974 photograph in the Herald... Read more »

Generations of Readers Counted on EGP: They Will Be Missed

It is hard to imagine our local news landscape without the thoughtful, ethical, and tireless coverage provided by Eastern Group Publications. It all began with Joseph... Read more »

A Voice in Spanish for Immigrants During Challenging Times

I started working in Eastern Group Publications in the middle of the 1990’s, the decade when voters in California wanted to deny immigrants a public education,... Read more »

More Than Just News, A Public Service in Print

As one of the top news markets in the nation, Los Angeles has no shortage of quality journalism, provided in many platforms and in many languages. For decades, Eastern... Read more »

Losing the Voice of the Southeast

Gregory Arroyo serves as editorial director for Bobit Business Media, a business-to-business media company founded in 1961.© Eric Tillotson www.erictillotson.com It... Read more »

Tackling the Big and Small Stories

I worked at Eastern Group Publications from 2008 until 2012, and I feel lucky that this was my first gig as a full-time reporter. There weren’t many newspapers... Read more »

Panel: California Dream of Zero Emissions on Rapid Path to Reality

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – California could reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050 – that’s the prediction by a panel of clean-energy experts gathered in Sacramento... Read more »

Bell Gardens Improves Grade In State Tobacco Report

A City Council decision last August to make parks and recreation areas smoke-free has improved Bell Gardens’ grade in the American Lung Association State of Tobacco... Read more »

Fire at Boyle Heights Church Called ‘Suspicious’ – Community Outraged

A “suspicious” fire damaged a Catholic church in Boyle Heights that also serves as a center for community activism this morning, and an investigation is underway... Read more »

Fire Damages Resurrection Church in Boyle Heights

A “suspicious” fire damaged a Catholic church in Boyle Heights that also serves as a center for community activism this morning, and an investigation is underway... Read more »

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