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Names Being Accepted for Lincoln Heights AIDS Memorial

The Wall Las Memorias Project is accepting name submissions of names to be included added to the Las Memorias AIDS Monument in Lincoln Park (Los Angeles, CA). The... Read more »

L.A. Ups Payout for Lawn Replacement

An incentive offered to encourage Angelenos to remove water-guzzling lawns was raised Monday from $3 to $3.75 per square foot, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced during... Read more »

L.A. Council Restricts Construction of ‘McMansions’

The Los Angeles City Council agreed Tuesday to restrict the construction of so-called “McMansions” in more than a dozen residential neighborhoods, while rules... Read more »

Day of the Dead Traditions Inspires New Followers

The Mexican holiday Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is growing in popularity all across the United States, and not only among Latinos. Artists from all... Read more »

Knowing Is Always Better: When the End is Near

Part Two: Daniel Lugo III was just 44-years-old when he was diagnosed in 2011 with stage-four stomach cancer. His doctors gave him a year or two to live and prescribed... Read more »

Montebello Railroad Grade Separation Alternatives Refined

Montebello business owners and residents were once again riled up at a meeting to examine five alternatives being proposed to build railroad grade separations in... Read more »

College and Career Convention Expects Thousands of Students

Many high school seniors may be unaware that November 30 is the deadline to apply for admission to one of California’s public universities for Fall 2015. Some... Read more »

Mayor’s Void Felt by Bell Gardens Council

Bell Gardens residents showed up to the first council meeting since the city’s mayor was fatally shot by his wife during a domestic dispute. Many were dressed... Read more »

Oilers, Lancers to Square Off In Almont League Showdown

It will be a showdown of the unbeaten in the Almont League at 7p.m. Friday night when the Bell Gardens and Montebello high school football teams square off at Montebello. Bell... Read more »

Knowing Is Always Better: Why Latinos Need to Talk About Death

[Read Part Two of Lugo’s story, “When the End Is Near” ]   When Daniel Lugo III was diagnosed in December 2011 with stage four stomach cancer, his first... Read more »

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