Monthly Archives: September 2010

Governing Outside the Closet – An Interview with Bill Rosendahl

Bill Rosendahl is not the archetypal Los Angeles city councilman. He wears an enormous smile, stands at well over 6 feet tall and commands an even greater presence. But most unique, and most surprising to his colleagues, is the fact … Continue reading

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Sheriff’s Spokesman Stephen Whitmore Discusses Celebrity Judicial Treatment

September 28, 2010 This past Friday, Lindsay Lohan was in and out of jail in less than two hours, while in 2007, reverse sentencing of Paris Hilton meant longer-than-average jail time for the millionaire heiress.  As the public has become … Continue reading

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One Angel, One Mission, How a Survivor Built an Empire of Hope In Her Community

After being diagnosed with cancer over five years ago, she never lost hope and with a low chance of survival turned a deadly diagnosis into many years of life and joy that she has spent building two, very influential medical … Continue reading

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Union Workers Boycott Three Los Angeles Hyatt Hotels

WEST HOLLYWOOD-Hyatt workers in the Los Angeles area, have officially announced la boycott of their employer after months of unsuccessful union negotiations. Workers and organizational leaders have pledged to move business away from the Hyatt until a fair contract is … Continue reading

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Protest at City Hall

Members of tenant rights group Los Angeles Human Right to Housing Collective staged a demonstration Wednesday to call for the resignation of councilman Dennis Zine. The group is angry that Zine hasn’t apologized for authorizing the use of police force … Continue reading

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From Resident to Citizen in One Oath

Small hands gripped the handles of miniature, plastic American flags in a ceremony that granted fIfty children United States citizenship on Friday morning. The downtown ceremony celebrated National Constitution Day and Citizenship Day. Held at the Los Angeles Pubic Library, … Continue reading

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Obama’s Building a $50 Billion Road to Financial Ruin

In 2007, when Nancy Pelosi became the Speaker of the House she said, “Our new America will provide unlimited opportunity for future generations, not burden them with mountains of debt.” Since then the deficit has gone from $161 billion to … Continue reading

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Subway Sandwich Shop Employees Dealing with Robbery

Employees at the downtown Los Angeles Subway sandwich shop that was robbed last Tuesday by a lone gunman are fearful and still dealing with the traumatic experience. The manager of the shop and the employee who were robbed at gunpoint … Continue reading

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Congressman Schiff and Latino Constituents Talk Fair Housing

Buried in the exposed-piping basement of Pasadena City Hall, down a winding corridor of twists and turns with a half-dozen paper signs pointing the way, a constituency meeting between Congressman Adam Schiff (D-CA) and the Latino community was held last … Continue reading

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The Infinite Man and the Great Design How Stephen Hawking’s 21st Century Explanation of The Universe Echoes the 18th Century Art and Literature of William Blake.

The origin of the universe, the infinite mind of man, and the infinite nature of the universe have always been a topic of interest for scientists, physicists, astronauts, mathematicians, authors, artists and theologists of the time.  Over two hundred years … Continue reading

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