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Looking for Something to Do? Free Pasadena Events Dec. 22 to 28

Looking for Something to Do? Free Pasadena Events Dec. 22 to 28

Here are events scheduled Saturday, Dec. 22, to Friday, Dec. 28. All events are free, so take a look — and don’t you dare say there’s nothing to do in Pasadena! Family members of all ages are invited to a reading of How the Candy Cane Got Its Stripes by Scott Casperson, then create special […]

Shutdown showdown: White House reignites border wall fight as Congress votes on stop gap funding

Shutdown showdown: White House reignites border wall fight as Congress votes on stop gap funding

The US Capitol is seen in Washington, DC, December 17, 2018, as the Deadline for lawmakers to agree on a new spending deal to avert shutdown on Dec 22 approaches.; Credit: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images AirTalk® President Donald Trump is facing scathing criticism from conservative supporters after backing away from his threat to shut down the […]

Eastside Weekend: J-Pop in Elysian Valley; Cumbiaton Posada Tropical in Echo Park; Santa University plays Los Feliz

Eastside Weekend: J-Pop in Elysian Valley;  Cumbiaton Posada Tropical in Echo Park; Santa University plays Los Feliz

By LUCY GUANUNA Feelin’ festive? Ditch the campy holiday themed parties for Funky Sole’s 19th Anniversary Party with special guest, Cut Chemist or listen to your favorite J-Pop and Asian Pop during happy hour at the Zebulon. Read on for our top 10 events and things-to-do this weekend. FRIDAY, December 21 Winter Solstice Sound Bath […]

Eastside Weekend: J-Pop in Elysian Valley; Cumbiaton Posada Tropical in Echo Park; Santa University plays Los Feliz

Eastside Weekend: J-Pop in Elysian Valley;  Cumbiaton Posada Tropical in Echo Park; Santa University plays Los Feliz

By LUCY GUANUNA Feelin’ festive? Ditch the campy holiday themed parties for Funky Sole’s 19th Anniversary Party with special guest, Cut Chemist or listen to your favorite J-Pop and Asian Pop during happy hour at the Zebulon. Read on for our top 10 events and things-to-do this weekend. FRIDAY, December 21 Winter Solstice Sound Bath […]

Hearing from LAUSD parents about ongoing labor negotiations between school district and teacher unions

Hearing from LAUSD parents about ongoing labor negotiations between school district and teacher unions

Empty deckchairs in in an empty classroom; Credit: Don Harder/Flickr Creative Commons AirTalk® Negotiations between Los Angeles Unified School District and United Teachers Los Angeles, the union representing 33,000 teachers, continue to unfold. UTLA announced a news conference at 10:00a.m. Wednesday morning. Details of the conference remain unclear and the dispute is still up in […]

Hearing from LAUSD parents about ongoing labor negotiations between school district and teacher unions

Hearing from LAUSD parents about ongoing labor negotiations between school district and teacher unions

Empty deckchairs in in an empty classroom; Credit: Don Harder/Flickr Creative Commons AirTalk® Negotiations between Los Angeles Unified School District and United Teachers Los Angeles, the union representing 33,000 teachers, continue to unfold. UTLA announced a news conference at 10:00a.m. Wednesday morning. Details of the conference remain unclear and the dispute is still up in […]

Wildfires in the City: Eastside hillside neighborhoods face high wildfire risk

Wildfires in the City: Eastside hillside neighborhoods face high wildfire risk

With breathtaking views, abundant greenery and winding roads, neighborhoods like Elysian Heights, Mount Washington and Silver Lake are among the most desirable places to live on the Eastside. They are also among the riskiest when it comes to wildfires. Portions of these hillside neighborhoods are in what forestry and fire officials have designated as very […]

Should the federal government be in the business of manufacturing generic drugs? Elizabeth Warren thinks so

Should the federal government be in the business of manufacturing generic drugs? Elizabeth Warren thinks so

Prescribed medications.; Credit: IPGGutenberg UK Ltd/Getty Images/iStockphoto AirTalk® Potential presidential hopeful and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren introduced a bill today to bring drug prices down by allowing the federal government to become a manufacturer of some generic drugs. The plan is detailed in an op-ed penned by the progressive lawmaker published in the Washington Post. […]

Highland Park vegan beer garden prepares to open on York Boulevard

Highland Park vegan beer garden prepares to open on York Boulevard

Highland Park – The vegan beer garden that we told you about last year should be ready to open by the end of the month, Eater L.A. reports. Hinterhof on York Boulevard is set to offer 12 German beers on tap as well as vegan omelets, buckwheat pancakes, waffles, schnitzel, vegan cheese, potato pancakes, bratwurst, […]

Shepard Fairey, Korean Americans and LA’s art community weigh in on K-town school mural

Shepard Fairey, Korean Americans and LA’s art community weigh in on K-town school mural

The controversial mural of Hollywood legend actress Ava Gardner, by muralist Beau Stanton, situated at the Robert F. Kennedy Community School, that will be removed after local Korean American groups objected to it saying its sun rays bear a resemblance to the rising sun of the imperial Japanese battle flag used in WWII, in Los […]

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