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Hershey Felder Keeps Irving Berlin’s Legacy Alive

Hershey Felder Keeps Irving Berlin’s Legacy Alive

    By Nathaniel Cayanan Over 40 years ago, the legendary American songwriter Irving Berlin appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show and performed perhaps his most famous song,…

Autry Museum Acquires Works of Harry Fonseca

Autry Museum Acquires Works of Harry Fonseca

    The Autry recently announced that it has acquired the estate of renowned Maidu/Portuguese/Hawaiian artist Harry Fonseca (1946-2006). The collection includes over 500 original works of art,…

You Say It’s Your Birthday …

You Say It’s Your Birthday …

    Ringo Starr Celebrates His 76th Birthday By Terry Miller My first opportunity to photograph Ringo should have been in 1965 at Shea Stadium in New York.…

Monthly Feature: Cooling Off in a California Way

Monthly Feature: Cooling Off in a California Way

    By Roshan Perera With the heat rising and the solstice marking the longest…

Play Review: ‘Tennessee Williams UnScripted’

Play Review: ‘Tennessee Williams UnScripted’

  By Nathaniel Cayanan Improv has a bad rap – even some of our favorite…

Monthly Feature: Nearby ‘Dark Skies’

Monthly Feature: Nearby ‘Dark Skies’

    By Roshan Perera A strange occurrence happened on the night of the 1994…

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Monthly Feature: Our Forgotten ‘States’

Monthly Feature: Our Forgotten ‘States’

    By Roshan Perera Asian Pacific American Heritage month is coming to a close. When most of us think of “Asian-Americans,” we imagine someone who has come…

The New ‘Chinatown’

The New ‘Chinatown’

      By Roshan Perera The name Chinatown conjures up images of pagoda style roofs, Fu Dogs or dragon statues, and bright, vibrant colored buildings lined with…

Monthly Feature: A Valuable Lesson Learned From Local Hardships

Monthly Feature: A Valuable Lesson Learned From Local Hardships

      By Roshan Perera Asian-Pacific American heritage month celebrates the culture and heritage of Asian Americans, as well as recognizing the contributions that they have made…

Calendar – May 12 to 18

Calendar – May 12 to 18

    EDITOR’S PICK: Monrovia Days (May 13 @ 4 p.m., Old Town Monrovia). The City of Monrovia celebrates its heritage…

Calendar – May 12 to 18

    EDITOR’S PICK: Monrovia Days (May 13 @ 4 p.m., Old Town Monrovia). The City of Monrovia celebrates its heritage with a fantastic festival. Friday, May…

2017 Camellia Festival Theme: ‘Chase Your Dreams’

      The Temple City Camellia Festival just concluded its theme contest for the 2017 Camellia Festival. In addition, the committee selected several groups to receive…

Stagecoach Festival Brings Out the Best in Country Music

      A three-day event that follows Coachella every year brings out thousands to Indio to celebrate all that is country music and then some. Braving…

TCHS Presents Brighter Side Singers’ Extravaganza

      Temple City High School’s Brighter Side Singers present their annual showcase entitled “Music in my Soul,” on Thursday, May 19, and Friday, May 20,…

A Noise Within Unveils 25th Anniversary Offerings

    By May S. Ruiz  A Noise Within (ANW), the classical theatre repertory company based in Pasadena, is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Founders and Producing Artistic…

Temple City Camellia Festival: Theme Contest

The Theme Contest for the 2017 Temple Camellia Festival has begun. Cash prizes are awarded to the two age divisions as well as for the chosen Theme…

Monthly Art Column for Feb. 24, 2016

  By Jeff Davis The Culver City Arts District, http://culvercityartsdistrict.com , has about 30+ galleries; the majority of which are concentrated along La Cienega Blvd between Venice and…

72nd Temple City Camellia Festival Coronation

The 72nd Temple City Camellia Festival held the coronation of its Royal Court last Friday, Feb. 5 at the Live Oak Community Center. Banner Carriers Russell Muro…

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