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Articles Published on February 23, 2013

JayDee Cafe: Serving Alhambra Burgers and Beers for Nearly 70 Years

The Alhambra institution has been part of the community for generations. Serving up burgers and a rack of pool, kitchen manager Stephanie Wilkins takes us inside JayDee's history.
categories Arts & CultureFoodNeighborhoods

Haiti’s “Stones in the Sun” Earns Top Prize at the Pan African Film Festival

The Pan African Film Festival is America’s largest and most prestigious international Black film festival.
categories Arts & CultureRace/Ethnic Relations

Filmmaker Ava DuVernay Honored at a Pre-Oscar Gala

“She is truly one of the most exciting directorial voices to come out of 2012,” says David Oyelowo, star of DuVernay’s movie “Middle of Nowhere.”
categories Arts & CultureRace/Ethnic Relations

CaribPress Oscar Predictions

If Steven Spielberg doesn’t take the statuette for Best Director, it will likely go to Ang Lee for “Life of Pi.” Depending on how well “Lincoln” does overall, Tony Kushner has a good chance of winning for his screenplay adaptation, but this remains a wide open category.
category Arts & Culture

Youth Activities Center Moves to City Terrace

In need of a bigger space and room to grow, the East Los Angeles Youth Activities League Center, has moved from Esteban Torres High School, where it was located for the last three years, to the East Los Angeles Sheriff’s Sub Station in City Terrace.
categories Family/Inter-generational NewsNeighborhoodsYouth

12-Year Old Pinoy Flies 1979 Piper Plane

LOS ANGELES – For 12-year-old Jervin Barcenas, getting on an airplane is one thing. However, being able to fly one is an entirely different story.
categories Arts & CultureYouth

Fil-Am Top Chef Contender Eliminated

There won’t be a Filipino Top Chef repeat champion this season.
categories Arts & CultureRace/Ethnic Relations
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