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[Out and About] Calendar March 2011

[Out and About] Calendar March 2011

BOOKS & POETRY The Damn Slam This semimonthly poetry competition, held every first and third Thursday, conforms to NPS guidelines and features poets going head to head. The organizers are currently holding qualifying slams to field a Damn Slam L.A. team to go the 2011 National Poetry Slam in Cambridge and Boston this summer. Admission [...]

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2011 Summer Camp Guide

2011 Summer Camp Guide

Summer is just a few months away, and sessions at local day and overnight camps are open for registration now.  Planning ahead will ensure that you and your children get the programs and dates of your choice. For even more camps in the greater Los Angeles area, try the summer camp guide at gocitykids.parentsconnect.com. Day [...]

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[Restaurant Review] Gueleguetza

[Restaurant Review] Gueleguetza

Open all day late into the evening seven days a week, Guelaguetza makes me happy and full. For years this big Mexican restaurant has been doing it right: cheerful staff, warm colorful atmosphere, elbows on the table crowd, live music, never a wait and “Authentica Comida Oaxaquena” authentic Oaxacan food! Their Mole Negro over a [...]

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West Adams Corresondent

[west adams correspondent] 2nd Annual Art in Historic Places Tour Set for March 26th
[west adams correspondent] 2nd Annual Art in Historic Places Tour Set for March 26th

On March 26th, the public will be able to experience not only historical architecture but also cutti

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Community News

UNNC Votes to take Mardi Gras To the Streets
UNNC Votes to take Mardi Gras To the Streets

Mardi Gras has a new home in Jefferson Park, thanks in part to the United Neighborhoods Neighborhood

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Politics

Herb Wesson
Herb Wesson

Herb J. Wesson has been building has been building networks since he was young—very young. The cou

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Family Matters

[Family Matters] Seeing Our City Through a Visitor’s Eyes
[Family Matters] Seeing Our City Through a Visitor’s Eyes

As the daughter of immigrants to this country, I grew up in a home that was frequented by my parent

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Restaurant Review

[Restaurant Review] Gueleguetza
[Restaurant Review] Gueleguetza

Open all day late into the evening seven days a week, Guelaguetza makes me happy and full. For years

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