Thursday, Feb. 25th at 7:00pm "Thinking About Now in Los Angeles" The Society of Professional Journalists of Greater Los Angeles presents a
panel discussion on where our city is, where we're going and how we'll
remember 'this' moment in L.A. History.
Moderated by Hector Tobar, columnist for the Los Angeles Times and author of "The Tattooed Soldier" and "Translation Nation" panel to include:
Larry Frank, LA Deputy Mayor Dowell Myers, Demographer and author of "Immigrants and Boomers" Arielle Rosen, LA Gay & Lesbian Center George J. Sanchez, Historian and author of "Becoming Mexican American" Carol Sobel, Civil Rights Atty.
"live performance/recorded broadcast, soundz better than b'n there" - Under director of music programs Mitch Glickman, Jazz at LACMA is a celebration of L.A.' s finest (J)azz musicians & has featured such legends as Wayne Shorter, John Clayton,…See More
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'After The Rain: A Night For Coltrane.' Available on CD, vinyl & on all streaming platforms.
“The album pays fitting tribute to a giant” – Downbeat
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