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‘The Drop Box’ to Screen in Select Theaters Nationwide March 3-5

For just three nights, “The Drop Box” will be available to watch in select theaters nationwide through Pine Creek Entertainment in association with Focus on the Family, Kindred Image and Fathom Events.
category Arts & Culture

L.A. County Supervisors Vote to Eliminate CEO Position

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors took another step Tuesday toward restructuring its management team.
categories City AffairsPolitics

The Alhambra Lunar New Year Festival: Dancers, Carnival Rides, Delectable Eats

Sights from the 24th installment of the annual festival.
categories Arts & CultureFamily/Inter-generational NewsNeighborhoods

Films Explore the Power of Art to Transform ‘LA Stories’

Two very different films depicting young people coming of age and using music and art to overcome adversity will be screened Saturday at the annual Lummis Day Movie Night at the Wellness Center, the newly opened office and community space located in Los Angeles’ historic General Hospital complex in Boyle Heights.
categories Arts & CultureNeighborhoods

Monterey Park Begins Preparations for 100th Anniversary

Last week, the city council approved establishing an ad hoc committee to plan the city’s 100th birthday celebration in 2016. The committee will be open to all residents interested in participating in monthly meetings.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoods

Calif. Measles May Have Started in The Philippines

California health officials have spent weeks searching for the source of the Disneyland measles outbreak that occurred last December, and some of their detective work points to a measles virus in the Philippines.
categories HealthPublic Safety

DTSC Accused of ‘Environmental Racism’

Hundreds of people took to the streets of Vernon last week to call for the closure of Exide Techonologoes, an embattled lead-acid battery recycler in the city.
categories BusinessCity AffairsHealthPublic SafetyRace/Ethnic Relations

Kheir Spreading the Word about Teen Health

Kheir Intern helps launch student health advocate program.
categories HealthYouth

Pinki Chen, Festival Organizer, Talks Superstitions, What's New for This Year's Celebration

Chen says that people in China are sometimes surprised to discover that Asian-Americans celebrate the Lunar New Year.
categories Arts & CultureNeighborhoods

Ankur Patel Throws His Hat into Los Angeles' School Board Race

Ankur Patel is the youngest candidate for the District 3 seat of the Los AngelesUnifiedSchool District. The Indian American said his primary goal is to redirect spending into the classroom.
categories City AffairsEducationPolitics
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