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MOLAA: Envisioning the future of Latin American art

MOLAA: Envisioning the future of Latin American art

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ARFdmIOTGPc The Museum of Latin American Art, or MOLAA, is the only art museum in the United States that focuses on Latin American art. It resides in Long Beach and features works from Tamayo and Matta to Cruz-Diez, Los Carpinteros and...

Beyond the Bell offers kids free summer swimming lessons

Beyond the Bell offers kids free summer swimming lessons

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IiNTjkTUy9s&feature=youtu.be Elementary-aged students across Los Angeles have learned basic swimming skills with the help of Beyond the Bell’s free summer swimming program. Beyond the Bell is a Los Angeles Unified School District...

Meet COLA author Lynne Thompson

Meet COLA author Lynne Thompson

Lynne Thompson is an African American poet who writes about her life experiences. She was born and raised in Los Angeles and started writing in 1995. “I am retired from UCLA where I was the Director of Employee and Labor Relations for 20 years, now I write all the...

COLA celebrates its 20th anniversary at LAMAG

COLA celebrates its 20th anniversary at LAMAG

In celebration of its 20th anniversary, the City of Los Angeles Individual Fellowship Program (COLA) has opened an exhibition showcasing works created by COLA artists throughout the fellowship’s history. Every year, COLA awards $10,000 grants to artists seeking to...

Age of perception living in San Bernardino

Age of perception living in San Bernardino

After living in San Bernardino for 17 years, I must admit, not everything is great. Things could obviously be better, but doesn’t that go for every city? San Bernardino is looked at as poor, violent, filled with people who simply don’t care about their own community....

Age of perception

Age of perception

After living in San Bernardino for 17 years, I must admit, not everything is great. Things could obviously be better, but doesn’t that go for every city. San Bernardino is looked at as poor, violent, filled with people who simply don’t care about their own community....

DiverCity, our city

DiverCity, our city

San Bernardino: A view from the valley is a series produced by us, the students of Cajon High School, meant to challenge and complicate the traditional narrative about our city. We hope to change your views about San Bernardino through personal anecdotes and stories...

San Bernardino, San Beautiful

San Bernardino, San Beautiful

San Bernardino has a reputation in the media for being an ugly place. This is true in many ways. But the belief that San Bernardino is ugly betrays the beauty it does have to offer. I have always had a fascination with nature, but I have also lived in San Bernardino...

Two cities

Two cities

Have you ever had someone talk bad about something you love or something that means so much to you? Many people are quick to judge an object, place, or person because of something they heard or saw. What some people do not understand is that there are multiple...

The soundtrack to our youth

The soundtrack to our youth

There has always been something special about the young musicians in San Bernardino. Throughout my life, the schools I attended encouraged me to go into the performing arts, and there are many opportunities for students to learn about it in the school district. When I...