The Leimert Park Juneteenth celebration is essentially a large family reunion to bring the Black community of LA together. It is designed to give back to Black owned businesses within the south Los Angeles area exposure, and to create awareness of the Black creative community in Leimert Park.Read More
Before we spend the effort to understand the situation in China, it is vital for us, as people of good will in the United States, as well as in Canada, to examine our own history with Native American boarding schools.Read More
Fifty years ago in 1972, two young journalists, Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward began following the leads of a small story regarding a break-in at an office building in Washington DC.Read More
The Celtic Way of Prayer is a treasured echo from the last millennium speaking across the decades through author and scholar Esther De Waal. Now in her 90s, de Waal wrote this classic while
living in the borderlands of the Welsh countryside, and as a primer for those curious about the Celtic way.
This was in May of 2020. The world was only about less than four months into the COVID-19 pandemic.
Even for a family of four with just enough space in our home and a reasonably sized backyard…Read More
The year was 1859 and Charles Dickens was writing about the French Revolution…
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,” wrote Charles Dickens at the beginning of his seminal book A Tale of Two Cities.
…what many might not know is that before he became the skateboard legend he is today, he was a skinny kid whose father was too involved in the sport and whose tricks weren’t considered cool enough…Read More
Occasionally there are moments in life when we are jarred out of the complacent routines of our lives and asked existential questions about who we are, what we value and who we care for. This is one of those moments…Read More
“Wake me Up when I am Free” exhibit is a room that has huge screens of falling rose petals and smells like a field of Roses. Jeremy Hodges & Nwaka Onwusa did an amazing job of curating an exhibit that highlighted Tupac’s life…Read More
Do you love history, literature and fashion? Then Time Princess might be just the game for you! Made by IGG (I Got Games) Inc, a phone game developer based in Singapore, Time Princess is available in over 20 languages and has nearly 10 million registered users.Read More
Michael Zinzun was an activist and community organizer based in Pasadena with a heart for the entire world. His life and legacy is explored…Read More
Once upon a time, not long ago, if you wanted the new pair of Nike SB “N.E.R.D”’ dunks or the NIKE SB “Milkcrate” Blazers,…Read More