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In the music industry look is everything and you only get 1 first impression so you have no choice but to make sure your graphics are professional and grab attention, with so many…Continue
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During this coming Sunday's Leimert Park Art Walk, the legendary corner of 43rd and Degnan will go green.
A community coalition that involves Ben Caldwell of KAOS and USC, LA Cultural Affairs and Los Angeles Council District 10 will be installing five re-made street objects between the Vision Theater and Leimert Plaza…Continue
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School on Wheels in a non-profit dedicated to providing educational support to students K-12th grade who are homeless. We need volunteers in the South LA, Crenshaw District and Koreatown Area. You can apply on our website by visiting…Continue
Los Angeles’ only book festival that focuses exclusively on the local community, the second annual Grand Park Downtown Bookfest offers Angelenos of all ages access to the largest coalition of Los Angeles-based presses and publishers in an outdoor bookstore setting. The free Bookfest provides a platform for writers and budding authors of all ages as…Continue
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L.A. Care Health Plan, the nation’s largest publicly operated health plan, will host a healthcare enrollment fair at Faithful Central Bible Church on March 22, 2014, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Los Angeles County residents will have the opportunity to enroll in L.A. Care Coveredä, the organization’s Covered California qualified health insurance plan for Los Angeles County.…Continue
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Former foster kid Michael "Bing Bing" Taylor has done it again. After 4 consecutive long-distance walks, Michael was sponsored by Hathaway-Sycamores Child &; Family services to run the 2014 Los Angeles Marathon...And he did it! In 5 1/2 hours, Michael crossed the finish line after 26.2 miles of running, jogging, and walking.
With very minimal training, Michael still believed he had it in him to complete the…Continue
Mr. Fish Taco Restaurant needs a Bi-Lingual cashier for their Leimert Park Location.
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Los Angeles (March 3, 2014) The California African American Museum (CAAM) will host Conversations at CAAM Saturday March 8, 2014, from 1:00 p.m. until 2:30 p.m., with former president of the Los Angeles Urban League (LAUL), John W. Mack who will discuss his lifetime achievements and storied career.
Mack will be interviewed by CAAM’s History Council member Karani Marcia Johnson for this installment of Conversations at CAAM. As president of…Continue
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DangerMan the Urban Superhero empowers the Kids to live a healthy drug free life.Canada%20Doc%20shoot%20017.jpg
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Does anyone know what's happening with the new landscaping and store-front improvements on the corner of MLK and Marlton (across the street from Rave Cinemas)? The new sidewalks and plantings look really nice, but the storefronts are still boarded up.
Zambezi Bazaar, the Africa centric gift and fashion shop in Leimert Park Village with the great mural sign has closed, according to Najee Ali. The community activist took these photos and posted the news on his Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/NajeeLAactivist), where he posted the photos at the bottom of this story.
Over the years, the Kimbrough sisters have been some of the most outspoken and…Continue
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