The Supreme Court’s 4-4 decision in United States v. Texas on June 23, 2016, does not affect the existing 2012 policy regarding Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). Individuals who meet the 2012 DACA guidelines may continue to come forward and file an initial or renewal request for DACA under those guidelines.Details
Los Angeles-It didn’t take long for the Los Angeles Times “The Taste” presented by CITI to become an integral part of the culinary scene in the city. The 2016 edition of “The Taste” presented by CITI is returning to the Paramount back lot. People are welcoming this event with open arms as well as empty stomachs.
Residents of Greater Los Angeles and visitors alike are invited to attend “The Taste” presented by CITI, Labor Day Weekend, Friday, September 2nd- Sunday, September 4, 2016.Details
New America Media, News Report, Gerald Lenoir The anti-Trump movement at the Republican National Convention failed to derail the fast track nomination of the presumptive presidential candidate. Donald Trump’s incendiary rhetoric has fueled a rightwing social movement in the Republican Party among a substantial segment of the white working class fed up with the do-nothing…Details
S.F. FROZEN FILM FESTIVAL TO CELEBRATE 10TH ANNIVERSARY SHOWCASING AWARD WINNING FILM COLLECTIONS, PROMOTING YOUTH EDUCATION AND ART, AND SHOWCASING LOCAL MUSICIANS, JULY 21-23.
Three day event premieres local Bay Area and youth filmmakers alongside internationally acclaimed award winners in compelling collections of animation, dramatic, short films, experimental, surf/skate, environmental, and documentary film collections.Details
The Republican National Convention may be noteworthy this year for one glaring reason: Who isn’t coming. In the case of African-American Republicans, the list is long. They are joined by a list of former GOP nominees for president who will not attend, which includes past GOP nominees for president Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Mitt Romney. While the number of African Americans in attendance at the GOP convention was already low, the 2016 convention may have the lowest in terms of big names.Details
Last year, when De-Bug Art Director Adrian Avila was teaching art classes at an alternative school in San Jose, he met a young man that would help him carry supplies, crack jokes, and loved to rap. Then last week he saw pictures of his smiling student in his news feeds — as a victim of a fatal police shooting. Here, Avila reflects on Anthony Nuñez as the student he got to meet doing art.Details
Everyone in the workforce, irrespective of stature or level therein, must be mindful of one critical truth: your brand goes wherever you go…because your “brand” is you! ” Those seeking to move forward in their career would do well to embrace the “You, Inc.” concept—the philosophy that YOU are the CEO, the administrative and financial manager, the research and development manager, the marketing manager, and the sales manager of your own career—whether you are entry-level or a seasoned executive.Details
The inaugural Latin Salsa Festival took over Pershing Square in Downtown Los Angeles, Saturday, July 9 and Sunday, July 10, 2016. Pershing Square was the perfect venue, with its abundance of trees, framed by the vibrant, Downtown Los Angeles skyline, on a picture perfect day.
Salseros and foodies were invited to spice up their life and appetite during this exciting, engaging, fun, cultural event. The festival featured tons of delicious salsas to sample in the Salsa Tasting Tent, complimented by local food vendors offering up an array of mouthwatering treats.
The kids were thoroughly engaged in the interactive Kids Zone, with jumpers, face painting etc. The Beer and Margarita Bar was a welcome addition to the festival that made for a perfect outing to spend a summer afternoon in beautiful Southern California.Details
I could list off the ways I’ve been lucky in life, but it all stems from my parents’ decision to leave home and become American citizens.
The Vietnam War had ended in 1975, but five years later, the conflict was still fresh in people’s minds. The government was actively suppressing any suspected dissent. People were scrambling, trying to figure out how they were going to survive in this new oppressive and corrupt system. Some people, like my mom, figured out that they couldn’t.Details
Los Angeles-The joyous sounds of America’s number one art form-Jazz returned to St. Andrews Recreation Center/Park, on Sunday, July 3, 2016. Local residents near the park as well as jazz aficionados from throughout Greater Los Angeles welcomed the return of this fabulous community event.Details