On April 29, 1986, an arson fire devastated Central Library, damaging the building and destroying parts of its vast collection. Months later, a second fire did even more damage. While renovation and expansion plans were already in the works, the tragic events galvanized the public and cemented the devotion of an already dedicated staff.
On October 3, 1993, Central Library re-opened its
by Jhantu Randall
It was a cloudy, overcast day which held brief periods of rain throughout. Packed together in front of the MoPop museum (formally known as the Experience Music Project) the crowds gathered as 5th street was shut down. A purple cover draped over the statue of Audioslave and Soundgarden frontman, Seattle’s own Chris Cornell who tragically hung himself last year after a show at
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Gaby Juergens talks Homefront Girl, Surviving Breast Cancer, and What It Means to be a Military Spouse in an Exclusive Interview with Mistah Wilson + why Pineapples belong on Pizza! + 5 Upcoming OPEN HOUSES around Los Angeles County + Saay Park + Jaz-O + Chendra Kary + Quest Michaels + so much more...
"I wanted positive messages, trendy, fashion forward designs and something that I had never seen as I was coming up through the ranks, so to speak. Homefront Girl was born..." -Gaby Juergens
Mistah Wilson: Hello there, Gaby Juergens! It is such a tremendous honor to have you here with us for this exclusive interview with ThaWilsonBlock Magazine! How are you these days?
Gaby Juergens: Very
Sunday, October 14, 10:30am - 12:30pmMeet at Union Station Information Kiosk, inside Alameda Street entranceLed by Metro Art Docents, the free tours cover Union Station art, architecture and spaces not generally open to the public, including the Historic Ticketing Hall. Additionally, the tour explores artworks located in the Gold Line portal and inside the Metro Gateway Headquarters Building.