California State University club TRENDS and Department of Family and Consumer Sciences gave the audience a clear vision of students' designs “Through the Looking Glass: A Fashion Wonderland” on April 27.
Angelenos who vote in local elections are like primary voters who vote in national elections – even though they are both small groups, they decide a great deal for the majority.
Since 1985 AIDS Walk Los Angeles has raised $66 million for HIV programs and services in Los Angeles County, and has grown into the largest AIDS fundraising event in California. Since its inception in 1985, AIDS Walk Los Angeles has benefited AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA), an AIDS service organization dedicated to improving the lives of people affected by HIV disease; reducing the incidence of HIV infection; and advocating for fair and effective HIV–related public policy. AIDS Walk Los Angeles makes it possible for APLA to provide urgently needed food, dental care, safe housing and much more to people with HIV/AIDS who also face poverty, hunger, and homelessness. APLA also runs the county’s largest network of HIV prevention programs to end the epidemic in Los Angeles.
Los Angeles is taking a significant step to identify and protect its rich heritage by embarking on SurveyLA - a citywide survey to identify and document historic resources representing significant themes in the city's history.
Some Like It Freaky By Christine Palau In writer-director, Adam Neubauer's play, MELODRAMA, which runs through March 12 at Zombie Joe's Underground, John (Robert Walters) suffers mild bouts of hysteria after his father's death a couple years earlier. His inept struggle to find his dad’s assassin lends itself to a deluge of perversity and high-jinx. Part musical, part sitcom, it's the quintessential, self-conscious, Valley romp that both haters and 818-ers are sure to get a kick out of. It's Weho Meets Noho...with a dash of Chatsworth.