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ICYMI: The Persistence of Sound

A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of appearing on Radio Sombra‘s, Persistence of Sound podcast.

Hosted by my buddy and fellow Chapman University alum Gary Alvarez, we chopped up come on arts, culture, creative pursuits and our love of music. 91 more words

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Roosevelt Football Enters New Era

The Roosevelt Rough Riders held there Annual Red and Gold football scrimmage  game last friday at Montgomery Field. This season the riders will be led by new Head Coach Ricardo Zepeda who got hired in february.   332 more words

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Exide Cleanup: Parents Outraged After Kids Return to Schools Still Contaminated With Lead

Children at three elementary schools near the closed Exide Technologies battery recycling plant returned to classes this week to find parts of their campuses fenced off to protect them from lead-contaminated soil. 171 more words

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Parts of 3 LAUSD Schools Near Closed Exide Plant Fenced Off Due to Lead Contamination

Children at three elementary schools near the closed Exide Technologies battery recycling plant returned to classes this week to find parts of their campuses fenced off to protect them from lead-contaminated soil. 204 more words

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The Day the Sixth Street Bridge Closed

The emotions that hung in the air the morning after

We awoke to the next day, hung-over in our bitterness from the events of the… 1,327 more words

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Boyle Heights Community to Hold Rally for 14-Year-Old Boy Shot and Killed by LAPD

A candlelight vigil and rally will be held on Thursday for the 14-year-old boy who was shot and killed by Los Angeles police earlier this week. 267 more words

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In Memory of Manuel R. Gonzales aka Big Manny

Manuel Robert Gonzales, a Musician from East Los Angeles, died unexpectedly on August 5, 2016 at the age of 63 while visiting family.

Manuel was a devoted family man and lover of music, he was a lover not a fighter. 272 more words

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