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USC president returns to classroom for Antigone lecture

The president spoke passionately to MFA students about the classic Greek tragedy, one of his favorites.

A Nazi’s documentary photographs of the forced removal of Polish Jews, 1940

The images - among the only visual records of the construction of an open-air ghetto - are hosted on the website of USC Shoah Foundation - The Institute for Visual History and Education.

In memoriam: Kenneth Hall

The longtime music editor worked on an A-list of Hollywood films, from E.T the Extra-Terrestrial and Patton to Poltergeist and L.A. Confidential.

Jim Hardy, USC star and oldest living Ram at 93, has soft spots for his former teams

Every week Hardy - who quarterbacked USC Rose Bowl wins in 1944 and 1945 - drives two hours from La Quinta to watch the Trojans practice.

Student-run camp helps kids escape parent’s cancer, if only for a week

At Camp Kesem, USC students are the organizers, the counselors and even the fundraisers.

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South L.A. out in force for the 2016 Kingdom Day Parade

The South L.A. community gathered Monday to celebrate culture, heritage and civil rights during the 2016 Kingdom Day Parade.

Afterschool programs teach students tech as LAUSD restructures

Many groups are trying to increase the exposure to technology and its practical applications in daily life to students living in South Los Angeles.

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Where To Eat In Los Angeles Right Now

Posted by Sarah Bullion on August 26, 2016 at 2:57pm 0 Comments

Kristin Braswell , CONTRIBUTOR

I write about the pulse of a person, place or…

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SPMG Media Announces the Release of "What the Devil Meant For Bad, God Used for My Good" Book

Posted by SPMG Media on May 5, 2016 at 5:54pm 0 Comments

Alexander's debut tell all What The Devil Meant for Bad, God Used for My Good, gives insight into her amazing story of personal tragedies and ultimate triumphs from a child to an adult. This transparent work leaves no room for questions. Within each chapter she shares how her faith empowered her to overcome life's…

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Swim meets open to all adults

Posted by Anne Artley on April 21, 2016 at 12:56pm 0 Comments

Many remember scoring that goal or winning a race fondly from childhood. But growing up doesn’t have to mean the end of team sports! Two swimmers, Rossella Pescatori and Chris Wall, have kept competing as adults, which helps them both remember how they fell in love with the water in the first place.

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Critcally Acclaimed Man Covets Bird returns to University Park!- Win FREE tickets!

Posted by 24th Street Theatre on February 9, 2016 at 2:33pm 0 Comments

24th Street Theatre brings back its critically acclaimed production (Los Angeles Times “Critics Choice,” KCRW's “Top 5 of 2015“ list, LA Observed “20 Highlights of LA Theater in 2015” and Bitter Lemons “Best of 2015”) Man Covets Bird, for six Sundays in 2016. Kicking off on Valentines Day at 3 pm, this unique love story for the modern family is an irresistible mix of…

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University Park Fire Station Grand Opening Today

Posted by University Park Family on October 10, 2015 at 8:30am 0 Comments

Councilmember Curren D. Price, Jr.

LAFD Fire Chief Ralph M. Terrazas and

USC President C. L. Max Nikias

invite you to

USCFireStationNo15_GrandOpen_Flyer.pdf 1 9/17/15 11:27 AM

La Gran Celebración de

Apertura de

ESTACION DE

BOMBEROS 15

DEL DEPARTAMENTO DE BOMBEROS DE LOS ANGELES

Sábado, 10 de Octubre del 2015

11:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Estación de Bomberos 15

3000 South…

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Make a difference in your community!!

Posted by Safe Streets Program on October 2, 2015 at 9:30am 0 Comments

On behalf of the University of Southern California’s (USC) Good Neighbor Campaign and Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles’ Injury Prevention Program, the Safe Streets Program is excited to offer your students the opportunity to make a difference in the community! The Safe Streets Program wants to empower the students of the USC Family of Schools and help them become a driving force in the community.

The Safe Streets Mini-Grants contest is offered exclusively to schools in the USC…

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Westen Avenue Clean Up Breakfast and Barbecue SATURDAY Oct. 3

Posted by University Park Family on October 2, 2015 at 9:30am 0 Comments

Come for a breakfast snack by 9 a.m. Clean up Western Avenue with partners from all over the neighborhood. Stay for lunch! From Expo to King.

Meet in MLK Park by the picnic tables.

Bring gloves, hat and sunscreen.

What street would you recommend needs a little freshening up?…

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Resources, restaurants and respites

24th Street Theatre

Bacaro LA Wine Bar

The 2-9 Cafe

Rosso's Pizzeria



Ragazzi Room

Farmers Markets



University Avenue Farmers Market
Tuesdays 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Jefferson and Hoover


Expo Center / CSU Produce Stand

Thursdays 3 - 5 pm
3980 Menlo Ave. at Martin Luther King Blvd. in front of the pool
F.A.M.E. Church Farmers Market, parking lot on the southwestern corner, every Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Expo Park Farmers Market
11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Saturdays
South lawn of Natural History Museum

Adams/Vermont Farmers Market

2 - 5 p.m. Wednesdays
1432 W. Adams
323-777-1755
L.A. Urban Oasis Farmers Market
5010 11th Avenue
323-291-8748
7 a.m. - 2 p.m. Saturdays
Central Avenue

8 a.m. - noon Saturdays
Carver Middle School
4410 McKinley at Vernon 90011
Trojan Fresh Market

11 a.m. - 4p.m. Thursdays
USC campus - Alumni Park

Exposition Park 160 acres of culture and green space in the middle of a metropolis


Expo Center - an Olympic-sized pool, a kids pool with water features and a gym
Expo Park Farmers Market
11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Saturdays
South lawn of Natural History Museum

California Science Center California African American Museum
Natural History Museum of LA CountyRose GardenAhmanson Senior Center
Parsons Preschool

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USC Farmers Market every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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MLK Kingdom Day Parade Celebrates Recent American Hero

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Where To Eat In Los Angeles Right Now

Kristin Braswell , CONTRIBUTORI write about the pulse of a person, place or thing through travel.  Finally, Los Angeles’ restaurant scene is breaking out. While other major cities have always offered a sea of fine dining, remixes on classic cuisine and the ubiquitous food truck, for years, L.A.’s offerings were a bit more straightforward. Casual…See More
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Where To Eat In Los Angeles Right Now

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University Park Schools

Foshay Learning Center, a K-12 school, which was named one of America's Best Schools by Newsweek and the Washington Post

Manual Arts High School
became an Innovation Design School in 2008

32nd Street/USC Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School
is one of the the most popular magnet schools in the LAUSD

Dr. Theodore T. Alexander Jr. Science Center School, designed by renowned architect Thom Mayne, is a collaboration between the California Science Center and LAUSD

John W. Mack Elementary School
opened in 2005 and is named in honor of the man who headed the Los Angeles Urban League for 36 years

Lenicia B. Weemes Elementary School

Norwood Street Elementary School
has its own Farmers Market

Vermont Avenue Elementary School

St. Vincent School opened in 1911 and is the second oldest school in Los Angeles

St. Agnes Parish School just created a new website

University Park Services and Officials

311 call this number for all non-emergency needs. The operator, who is there 24 hours a day, can transfer you to the department that should help answer your questions and solve your problems. It works.

Councilwoman Jan Perry and her personal website.

Councilman Bernard Parks
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County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas.

North Area Neighborhood Development Council website and blog.

Daily Trojan

Filmmakers receive Student Academy Award nomination

Halima Lucas’ film was nominated in the Narrative category, while Alicja Jasina’s was recognized in the Animation section.

The post Filmmakers receive Student Academy Award nomination appeared first on Daily Trojan.

Professors’ research helps create treatments for Zika

The virus, prevalent in South and Central America, leads
to brain defects in infants.

The post Professors’ research helps create treatments for Zika appeared first on Daily Trojan.

First-generation students encounter difficulties at USC

This week, more than 400 first-generation college students began classes at USC. This year’s freshman class was the most selective in the University’s history, as more than 54,000 applications were received and roughly 17 percent were accepted. Of those that ended up coming to USC, approximately one fifth is the first in their families to […]

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Echo Park Rising

Echo Park Rising is a neighborhood event in it’s 6th year that focuses on the music, creativity, diversity and small businesses of Echo Park. There are multiple stages and activities throughout the weekend located on the main routes of Sunset Blvd, Glendale Blvd, Alvarado Avenue, Echo Park Avenue and…

BREAKFAST WITH MITCH

BREAKFAST WITH MITCH

Breakfast with Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell

  • Date: June 30, 2016
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