This nature docuseries takes viewers back to when dinosaurs roamed the earth 66 million years ago.
Local eateries and live music lit up Suzanne Park in Walnut, Calif. on Saturday, March 25.
The Black History Parade was themed “Celebrating our Excellence — The Legacy of Councilmember John J. Kennedy.”
Among the 33 television series awarded at CAFE, several shows offer themes of inclusion, diversity and accessibility.
This particular event was organized by the L.A. branch of the Party for Socialism and Liberation in conjunction with other leftist organizations.
Walnut High School freshman Leila Wilds has a trilingual background in English, Spanish and Mandarin Chinese.
Hope hails from unexpected places, and, sometimes, it just might originate from an iPhone 7 with a cracked screen. Wielding 12 megapixels and a fierce pride in her heritage, Diamond Bar High School senior Grace Tjiptadjaja brings a beacon of kindness and positivity...