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Bilingual Aladdin: A Timely Tale of Tolerance

The colorful bilingual adaptation of Disney’s “Aladdin” on stage at CASA0101 in Boyle Heights transports theater audiences into “a whole new world,” where... Read more »

Council Steps Up to Battle Trump on Immigration

The Los Angeles City Council continues to prepare for a likely battle with President Donald Trump over his aggressive executive orders on immigration. The council... Read more »

‘Gente-fied’: Web Series That Explores Boyle Heights’ Changing Landscape

The gentrification of the historic Boyle Heights neighborhood serves as the basis for the new web series “Gente-fied”, which according to America Ferrera, one... Read more »

CA Leaders Rebuke Trump’s Orders on Border Wall, ‘Sanctuary Cities’

Southland and California elected officials and activists wasted no time today lashing out at President Donald Trump’s executive actions calling for construction... Read more »

It’s Official: Becerra New State Atty. Gen.

Following confirmation by the State Assembly and Senate, Xavier Becerra was sworn in by Gov. Jerry Brown Tuesday as California’s new attorney general. The now... Read more »

MUSD Workers Get One Month Reprieve

Custodians, bus drivers, secretaries and cafeteria workers in the Montebello Unified School District (MUSD) successfully persuaded school board members to temporarily... Read more »

D.A. Will Not Charge LAPD Officers in Ezell Ford Shooting

A coalition of religious and community groups announced Wednesday it plans to begin a recall effort targeting Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey over... Read more »

Foul-Up Means Thousands On State Exchange Surprised By Higher Premiums

California Healthline – Thousands of Covered California enrollees face higher-than-expected bills from their insurers because the exchange sent incorrect tax... Read more »

Commerce Swim Community Shaken by Coach’s Arrest

Dozens of concerned parents filled Commerce City Council chambers Tuesday to get information about a city-employed swim coach who was arrested and charged with sexually... Read more »

Women’s March L.A.: A ‘Celebration of Human Rights’

Observers said Women’s March-Los Angeles, which drew a massive crowd that filled the downtown streets around Pershing Square, was the city’s largest demonstration... Read more »

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