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Quitapenas: A dynamic display of inclusivity

When one hears the music of Quitapenas one may think it is Cuban, one may think it is Brazilian, one may think it is...

INK: Stories on Skin

Skin Deep and Lovingly Displayed in Ink at the Museum of Latin American Art By Leslie Belt, Contributing Writer As our body’s largest organ, our skin...

Celebrate Mexican Independence with Gregorio Luke

By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer Cinco de Mayo is not Mexican Independence day. You already knew that, right? Many people outside Mexico mistakenly...

The Future Comes to MOLAA

By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer Dr. Lourdes I. Ramos-Rivas arrived at the Museum of Latin American Art at an auspicious moment in its...

Art Comes Alive in Representational Acts

By Melina Paris, Contributing Writer On Jan. 20, the Cuban-born, New York-based artist, Carlos Martiel, stood unclothed, alone in a dark room. A motion sensor...

Frank Romero in Dreamland

MOLAA Honors Chicano Artist By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer The year was 1974. Newspaper heiress Patty Hearst had been kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation...

MOLAA Mix and Mingle – ANNOUNCEMENTS

Nov. 18 Docent Mix and Mingle The Museum of Latin American Art invites interested future docents its Mix and Mingle Orientation. Arrive at 5:30 p.m. sharp...

Eat, Drink, Dance:

Hispanic Heritage Month By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor   The period between Sept. 15 and Oct. 15 is a designated time to recognize the Hispanic and Latino...

Ashman Leaves MOLAA

By Melina Paris, Contributing Writer The Museum of Latin American Art experienced substantial growth and connection to its local community under Director Stuart Ashman.  After...

Bixby Park Construction Project Begins: RLn ANNOUNCEMENTS July 3, 2015

July 6 Bixby Park Construction Project Begins The first phase of planned renovations at Bixby Park is scheduled to begin on July 6, with the construction...

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Who profits from militarizing the police?

William D. Hartung Ever since images of the police deploying armored vehicles against peaceful demonstrators in Ferguson, Missouri, hit...

Help for Homeowners: Webinar Aug. 12

Join a webinar on the foreclosure process

Rancho Palos Verdes Forms First Sister City Relationship with Sakura City

During a virtual ceremony held Aug. 4, officials in both cities highlighted a long-running student exchange program and signed proclamations establishing their sister city relationship.

Gov. Newsom Announces $81.8 Million in Commitments to Support Isolation and Quarantine Efforts in Communities Disproportionately Impacted by COVID-19

This new initiative expands on the previously announced grant funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.