For the past four years Smorgasburg Los Angeles has been the place where Angelenos and tourists from all over gather to enjoy their Sundays.
Los Angeles residents are accustomed to the occasional earthquake drill but likely don’t consider flooding a real threat, something that can prove disastrous, Humberto Gallegos said. Gallegos, an East Los Angeles College professor, spoke during a conference focused on social issues related to water on Friday in E3. He shared the work of ELAC students who conducted a case study of the Baldwin Hills dam break in 1963. The students work included a computer- generated simulator which was also used to simulate future floods including, a plausible flood along the northern part of the Los Angeles river.
Increasing in size with each passing year, the Los Angeles Comic Con offered entertainment fans more ways than ever to access all things pop culture. Fans and die hard followers were treated to television reunions, advanced information on upcoming films, and of course the chance to meet and interact with the artists and writers of their favorite comic books and novels.
The Los Angeles Comic Convention gave business professionals time to share tactics that make the process of creating successful businesses and brands easier.
Rideshare drivers do not need a wage increase. Increasing their minimum wage may be a simple solution that helps them maintain a living wage, but there are flaws with this reasoning.
College students should do what they can to travel and get to know the world. It might seem impossible at times with bills and debt piling up, but traveling can be one of the most indispensable experiences of a person’s life.
By Tremaine Hampton East Los Angeles’ first annual Comic Con will be led by Peter J. Mellini, the owner of Nostalgic Books and Comics, located in San Gabriel. Founded by comic book fans in East Los Angeles the official East Los Angeles Comic Con website states “this first of its kind show is dedicated to bringing an epic pop culture experience for all that reflects the fans of the surrounding…
Russell J. Zazueta While most of the park’s animals are tucked into bed, residents of Los Angeles can enjoy the L.A. Zoo’s first-ever electric extravaganza “L.A. Zoo Lights,” from now until Jan. 4 from 6 to 10 p.m. at Griffith Park. From electrical likenesses of mischievous monkeys to 3-D abstract projections sprawled on elephant statues, the Los Angeles Zoo transforms into nighttime of dazzling delight. There are a slew of…