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Dog’s life saved, thanks to savvy neighbors and prosecutor

Dog’s life saved, thanks to savvy neighbors and prosecutor

| April 26, 2018 | 0 Comments

A pit bull mix survived being thrown down a ravine twice. Thanks to a neighbor’s video footage and a homegrown city prosecutor, the defendant is in jail. Deputy District Attorney Alexandra Campbell, who grew up in Hancock Park along with most of her family, received an incriminating video as evidence of the 21-year-old defendant’s deed. […]

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Third Street second grader wins national art award

Third Street second grader wins national art award

| April 26, 2018 | 0 Comments

Second grader Pierra Rozen-Nowac, daughter of Zissy Rozen and James Nowac of Miracle Mile, has been awarded the California 2018 Reflections Art Program Award of Excellence. Pierra’s entry in the primary division (pre-K to second grade), a picture of children in silhouette, was reviewed at local, regional, state and national levels. The artwork won at […]

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Sign ups for Month of Big Sundays to begin April 1

Sign ups for Month of Big Sundays to begin April 1

| March 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

Once again, as part of MOBS (a Month of Big Sundays), volunteer opportunities will abound every day in May. Volunteer project sign-ups will be posted at bigsunday.org beginning Mon., April 2. There will be over 100 volunteer opportunities that will impact tens of thousands of people across Los Angeles, said an organization spokesman. To volunteer, […]

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Summer memories are made at Fitness by the Sea kids’ beach camp

Summer memories are made at Fitness by the Sea kids’ beach camp

| March 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

Fitness by the Sea Beach Camp, for children ages four to 14, is where friendships and experiences are made that last a lifetime, says founder Eric Colton. “Who wouldn’t want to play soccer, swim with dolphins, learn magic, or just have a carefree and silly day on the beach? “Kids spend so much time in […]

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Try coding to cooking at Immaculate Heart

Try coding to cooking at Immaculate Heart

| March 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

Registration for Immaculate Heart High School and Middle School’s summer school programs, 5515 Franklin Ave., is open to interested students. The middle school program, for girls entering grades four to eight, offers classes on topics such as animal behavior, computer programming and creative movie making. The courses run from Mon., June 18 through Fri., July […]

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Torch dancing, movie making, flying trapeze and … work?

Torch dancing, movie making, flying trapeze and … work?

| March 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

Spring has barely begun, but already local kids and teens are looking forward to their summer plans. A common option for the younger set is to attend nearby day camps. Ezra Shapiro, a rising kindergartner at Wagon Wheel, spent two weeks last summer at the Wild Folk day camp that operates out of the Fairfax […]

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