Thursday, December 26, 2013
EYEHATEGOD in Los Angeles for their 25th Anniversary show with a killer lineup: CATTLE DECAPITATION, NAUSEA (album release show), OBLITERATIONS and STRONG INTENTION. Sunday 1/12/14 @ Los Globos. 3040 W. Sunset Blvd. 8pm. 21+. Online Advanced tix $22.00 on sale NOW.
Limited tickets available at HEADLINE RECORDS. 7706 Melrose Ave. $22. No service charge.
$25 at the door.
This show will sell out. See you in the pit. \m/
Monday, August 5, 2013
AGENDA Emerge is a creative and brand building conference featuring today’s most iconic creative directors, industry leaders and entrepreneurs in the youth marketplace. A highly curated platform where industry insights and business intricacies are shared.
Taking place at Center Theatre at the Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center which featured a talented panel of speakers: Jeff Staple of staplepigeon.com, Johnny Earle of johnnycupcakes.com, Bobby Kim aka Bobby Hundreds of thehundreds.com and Marc Ecko of complexmediainc.com.
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
The Village Kitchen: where getting bang for your burger buck also means doing the right thing. The Mayor may not be sitting on a stoop, bugging Mookie to do the right thing like he did on a certain, very hot day in Bed Stuy circa 1989; but he would agree that eating at Village Kitchen is supporting a worthy cause.
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Pico Maternity Clinic ~ (323) 954-2228 ~ 4903 W. Pico Blvd. ~ Mid City
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Radio Sombra, Imix Bookstore, Teocintli & Discos Inmigrantes invites you to
the Grand Opening of ESPACIO 1839 with the Opening Reception of JOSE FEVER
Friday, August 10, 2012
This Saturday, August 11th 2012, a fundraiser for The Legendary Graffiti Artist “Panic One” will be held.
The event will host live art by legendary graffiti artists and will also include music and art related activities.
The event is an effort to help raise funds for our artist friend and his family during a difficult period.
The event will be held in:
At the following location:
1537 Esperanza St. L.A. CA, 90023, L.A. CA, 90023
Time: 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Friday, August 3, 2012
California Wiz Kids ~ 3734 Overland Blvd. ~ Palms
Thursday, August 2, 2012
Lucerne Ave. ~ Culver City ~ CA
Sunday, June 3, 2012
Combat Paper Project ~ The Muckenthaler ~ 1201 W. Malvern Ave. ~ Fullerton
Veteran Workshop: “Combat Paper: Uniforms into Handmade Paper”
June 3-6 . 6:00-9:00 PM . Free for veterans and their familie
Combat Paper Workshop explores the experiences of military veterans in recent wars through printmaking. The project began in 2007 as a series of workshops by veteran Drew Cameron and artist Drew Matott as a way for returning soldiers to share experiences through art. In the workshops veterans typically cut up their battle fatigues, beat them into pulp, and press the pulp into paper that is then used as a ground for printing. The artist-veterans’ images reflect the intensity, conflicting emotions, and indelible memories of war.
Combat Paper Project: Uniforms into Handmade Paper
June 3 – 6, 2012
6:00 – 9:00 PM
For five years Combat Paper has used the traditional hand papermaking process to facilitate inter-generational workshops with veterans, family, and members of the community. The uniforms that were once worn in service are transformed into handmade paper, prints and artwork. In this way, there is a shared understanding, dialogue and commemoration between veterans and the communities in which they live. This hands-on workshop will teach the entire process of how to transform your own clothing into paper art.
Participants are encouraged to bring in items of clothing or fabric, including military uniforms, which they would like to transform into paper. The instructor, artist Drew Cameron, will also provide fibers so bringing material is not a requirement to attend. In addition, any photographs, letters or materials from their service may also be brought along for inspiration.
This workshop is FREE for veterans and their families.
Friday, May 11, 2012
Garvey Ranch Park ~ Monterey Park
Following the Civil War, an Italian, Alessandro Repetto, purchased 5,000 acres (20 km2) of the rancho and built his ranch house on the hill overlooking his land, about a half-mile north of where Garfield Avenue crosses the Pomona Freeway, not far from where the Edison substation is now located on Garfield Avenue.
It was at this time, Richard Garvey, a mail rider for the U.S. Army whose route took him through Monterey Pass, a trail that is now Garvey Avenue, settled down in the King’s Hills. Garvey began developing the land by bringing in spring water from near the Hondo River and by constructing a 54-foot-high (16 m) dam to form Garvey Lake located where Garvey Ranch Park is now. To pay for his development and past debts, Garvey began selling portions of his property. In 1906, the first subdivision in the area, Ramona Acres (named after the developer’s daughter, who would also later inspire the title of the novel Ramona), was developed north of Garvey and east of Garfield Avenues.