Archive for ‘May, 2017’


An Evening Among the Roses

An Evening Among the Roses

The Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles is the special guest performing at the 4th annual “An Evening Among the Roses.” This fun and colorful garden party “celebrates Pride Month by recognizing the vital contributions that The Huntington’s LGBTQ+ staff, donors, artists, and scholars make to our community.” The evening includes cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and dancing. […]

Knowledges @ Mt. Wilson Observatory

Knowledges @ Mt. Wilson Observatory

Gaze at nebula, star clusters, planets, and the moon all while listening to live musical accompaniment at Mt. Wilson Observatory’s “Knowledges” series on June 3 and 4. Two of the largest telescopes in the world—the 60-inch telescope and the 100-inch Hooker telescope—are available to the public during these “micro-concerts” limited to a capacity of 20-25 […]

Oasis Garden for Working Moms

Oasis Garden for Working Moms

One of our all-time favorite films—made by locals Mary Trunk and Paul  Sanchez—is the 2013 documentary Lost in Living. If you missed the many screenings in the area, here’s a chance to do so—while also enjoying what promises to be a rather luxurious evening. Coach 2 Edify hosts “Oasis Garden Lounge for Working Moms” on June […]

Boyle Heights pre-dawn shooting leaves one injured

Boyle Heights pre-dawn shooting leaves one injured

BOYLE HEIGHTS — A shooting early this morning along South Bernal Street left one person injured. Hollenbeck Division police said a male Latino was shot in the torso along the 900 block of Bernal Street at 4:45 a.m. The shooting occurred outdoors. The victim is in stable condition. Police have not released any description of […]

Lost in Echo Park: Medium sized pitbull

Lost in Echo Park: Medium sized pitbull

Skittish older brown pitbull Contact: 213-448-0859 Want to publish a Lost & Found notice ? Please click here. .   Read the Full Story at Eastsider LA

2016-2017 Teacher of the Year Nominee: Mrs. May of Chandler School!

2016-2017 Teacher of the Year Nominee: Mrs. May of Chandler School!

Anna Kleindorfer nominated Mrs. May of Chandler School Mrs. May is amazing for many different reasons. She is the librarian at our school and knows every single book in the library. She has great character, and she teaches us many things about searching on the internet as well as all the different genres of books. […]

Grub, bicycles and beer roll into Frogtown; the lowdown on Wolfdown in Silver Lake; pizza-by-the-slice in Boyle Heights

Grub, bicycles and beer roll into Frogtown; the lowdown on Wolfdown in Silver Lake; pizza-by-the-slice in Boyle Heights

BY CECILIA PADILLA-BRILL Bicycles, beer, wine and food – that’s how Spoke Bicycle Café is rolling these days. The quiet café has transformed from a coffee landing spot to a full-scale restaurant, LA Weekly reports. The revamped menu includes breakfast, lunch and early dinner options paired with local beers and a short wine list. Don’t […]

2016-2017 Teacher of the Year Nominee: Mandy Madnikoff of Polytechnic School!

2016-2017 Teacher of the Year Nominee: Mandy Madnikoff of Polytechnic School!

Morgan nominated Mandy Madnikoff of Polytechnic School Where do I start with my all time favorite teacher Ms. Madnikoff? This wonderful woman knows each and every student as their own person. I love her so much and am dreading to move on to 6th grade without her next year. She is such a great role model […]

Alzheimer’s expert details CDC report showing deaths from the disease rising in US

Alzheimer’s expert details CDC report showing deaths from the disease rising in US

The year in brain research.; Credit: Image by Catherine MacBride/Getty Images AirTalk® As rates of Alzheimer’s disease continue to rise in the United States, a report out from the Centers for Disease Control shows that deaths from the disease are spiking pretty significantly The CDC’s ‘Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report’ shows a 54.5 percent increase […]

Looking for Something to Do? Free Events May 27 to June 2

Looking for Something to Do? Free Events May 27 to June 2

Here are events scheduled Saturday, May 27, to Friday, June 2. All events are free, so take a look — and don’t you dare say there’s nothing to do in Pasadena! Family Fun Day at La Pintoresca Park Saturday, May 27, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. will include entertainment, face painting, arts and crafts, bounce […]

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