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Publisher and Editor - Judith Martin-Straw

The Skinny - Amy Brunell

Looking Up - Bob Eklund

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Archive for March 10th, 2011

U Gotta Go – AVPA Does “Urinetown – The Musical”

U Gotta Go – AVPA Does “Urinetown – The Musical”

At the final dress rehearsal, it was clear that things were ready. The set was a total mess, the lighting showed every spray painted splotch of graffiti, and the the costumes on the actors were a collection of thrift store cast offs and dirty laundry. Perfect. "Urinetown - The Musical" relies at least as much on it's status as a a traditional American song- and- dance- and -love story as it [...]

Community College Board Election Results-

Community College Board Election Results-

Not unexpected, but distressing nevertheless; with 10, 485 registered voters, only 2,514 of them bothered to show up and vote. The turnout was very low, but the close results show that some voters were paying attention. Unhappily, not nearly enough. Here are the results from the Los Angeles County Registrar on the March 8 election. Community College Board of Trustees- Seat #1 MONA FIELD - [...]

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Looking Up – Bob Eklund

Scientists Study 4 Billion-Year-Old Meteorite-- Scientists have performed a microprobe analysis of the core and outer layers of a pea-size piece of a meteorite some 4.57 billion years old to reconstruct the history of its formation, providing the first evidence that dust particles like this one experienced wildly varying environments during the planet-forming years of our solar system. The [...]

Town Hall to Discuss Rail Impact – March 18

Town Hall to Discuss Rail Impact – March 18

State Senator Curren D. Price, Jr., Chair of the Legislative Black Caucus, announces the convening of a Town Hall Meeting sponsored by the California Legislative Black Caucus, the California Latino Legislative Caucus, the California Asian-Pacific Islander Legislative Caucus, and co-sponsored by Assembly Member Cathleen Galgiani, Chair of the Assembly Select Committee on High Speed Rail on Friday, [...]