• Artist lauren wood, AmericanMONUMENT

    Unpausing American MONUMENT

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    An Opportunity for Restorative Justice

    By Melina Paris, News Reporter

    It’s been two months since California State University Long Beach removed University Art Museum director, Kimberli Meyer, from her post and no explanation has been offered as to why she was removed. Meyer

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  • Harbor Area Restaurants Give a Cooking Hand

    [vc_row][vc_column width="2/3"][vc_column_text]By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Preparing Thanksgiving dinner for the whole family year after year can be a real chore. Not to mention, irritating when distant relatives you never see show up on your doorstep with take-home containers. Here are a fe

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  • National Watercolor Society – Tradition and Innovation at 98th International Open Exhibition

    [vc_row][vc_column width="2/3"][vc_column_text]By Leslie Belt, Contributing Writer  Our planet is bathed in 326 million cubic miles of water. Whether in the throes of the moon’s heady allure, falling from the sky, or mixing it up with pigment and paper, water is always movin

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  • Farm Day in Ventura County

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    A Road Tour: Where Our Food Originates By Mark Friedman, Rl staff writer

    Farm Day is an adventure for the entire family. Held annually in Ventura County, this event features 20 farms and agribusinesses in Ventura County that are open for tours, explanations of their farm and proce

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  • Speculating on Gentrification

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    The unintended consequences

    By James Preston Allen, Publisher I ran into Thom and Jerry at the bank recently — not the cartoon characters, both a local realtor and a businessman. Both wanted to know what was happening with the

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  • Tropicalia Fest

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    We Got Our Money’s Worth

    By Benjamin Garcia, RLN Reporter Tropicalia, a brief, dazzling burst of barrier-breaking art and aesthetics from a half-century ago, continues to radiate inspiration to audiences that find its celebrat

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