November 25, 2012 at 12pm to October 28, 2013 at 8pm
DJs spinning, rhymers rappin and poets of the spoken word combine with traditional artists and the legendary drum circle every last Sunday of the month for the Leimert Park Art Walk. It's getting bigger and bigger every month! A Flourishing Community Produces Monthly Art Walk in Leimert ParkLOS ANGELES, CA- In the heart of Leimert Park thrives a group of community business members with a passion to develop an event rooted in the foundations of culture, art, music and community. In the…See More
I send out community news to all the block clubs and neighbors regarding issues, events and city council notifications. Please let me know if you'd like to be on the mailing list. We have lots of work to do to make Leimert Park a better place to live--better grocery stores, more restaurants and better schools. There are lots of ways to get involved. I can help keep you informed of the opportunities.
Join leading minority business enterprise expert Denise Burgess, president and general manager of multimillion-dollar construction services firm Burgess Services, for a presentation on expanding your business following Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) Certification. Denise Burgess’ expertise in small business has helped her Denver-based company secure contracts locally and nationally, as well as with government and private entities. RSVP by January 3rd by emailing…See More
Join us on Sat, Dec. 7th (12-6pm) for the CITYstage Holiday Showcase"Support the arts while you shop!"@Leanna Lin's Wonderland 5024 Eagle Rock Blvd.Los Angeles, CA 90041www.LeannaLinsWonderland.comJOIN IN THE FESTIVITIES WITH US!This event is free and open to the…See More
"sorry for the repeat as this is another of my thoughts about the experience of homelessness:
HOMELESS BASICS IN EVERY AMERICAN CITY
May I remind America of the levels in this progressing world call Homelessness
Downtown cities are…"
"LOOKIN' FOR A BUSINESS VENTURE?
There is a new business today
Contrary to yesterday
Such is due
To a growing homeless American crew
They are provided places to brood
Eat less than nutritional food
Sleep in areas unfit for people…"
Everyone knows that parents are a child's first teacher and their most important advocate. That's why parents' voices are vital to the conversation about how to improve our schools. Parents have the power to mold their children from the time they are born and demand what their children need to succeed. Unfortunately, the dialogue around parent participation has become too often polarized, with extreme rhetoric and personal attacks overshadowing what's important: getting every child into a…See More
Celebrate the season with delicious treats and holiday specials for the annual Holiday event in the Culver Village from 5-8pm on December 10, 2013. There will be holiday entertainment as well as free Santa photos (with 50 holiday cards included) at the Samy’s Camera lot. The Village businesses will be spreading holiday cheer…
Join BrittiCares International, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit as they host their 7th Annual Give Life for Christmas Blood Drive. Co-hosted by actor Nadji Jeter from the hit film Grown Ups, the blood drive will include live performances, face painting, raffle giveaways, free food for donors and an appearance by the man of the hour, Santa Claus. According to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles’ the holiday seasons are their slowest time for blood donations. BrittiCares is seeking to change that this season…See More
Your L.A. tradition! Perfect for the whole family, more than 20 music ensembles, choirs and dance companies from the many neighborhoods and cultures of Los Angeles celebrate the season during this free, three-hour holiday show. Even the parking underneath the Music Center is free. West LA-based companies include Ate9 dANCEcOMPANY, directed by former Batsheva dancer Danielle Agami; Invertigo Dance Theatre, performing “Mishpachah” (Hebrew for “family”), a dance portraying…