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Immigration shapes artists’ work

Immigration shapes artists’ work
Professor of History Kenneth Marcus speaks on his recent research titled “Migration and Modernism in Los Angeles, 1900-1960,” Monday in the faculty lecture series. He focused on the effects of migration and how with it came a shift in classical music in Los Angeles. / photo by Amanda Nieto Autumn Simon Staff Writer Kenneth Marcus, professor of history, discussed “Migration and Modernism in... 

Leaver gives panoramic view of Los Angeles

Leaver gives panoramic view of Los Angeles
Associate Professor of Art History Jon Leaver’s lecture Monday addressed the process and application of panoramic photos in Los Angeles. Leaver also talked about the idea of panoramas in the Judy Garland film “A Star is Born.” / photo by Julian Burrell Kat Simonelli Metro Editor Jon Leaver, associate professor of art history, presented his faculty lecture titled “Urban Sublime: Visualizing... 

Proposed ban affects L.A.’s hungriest

Proposed ban affects L.A.’s hungriest
Editorial cartoon by Jacob Bogdanoff ‘Tis the season to be jolly unless you’re a homeless person living in Los Angeles, as two City Council members have proposed a ban on feeding homeless people in public spaces. If enacted, the law would join a list of more than 30 other cities in the United States, including Philadelphia and Orlando, Fla. The proposal comes after resident complaints argued... 

Community News: Garden benefits community

Monique Parra Staff Writer From feeding neighbors from a single seed to now feeding over 6,000 people each month, Sowing Seeds for Life provides groceries twice a month to families who live in Los Angeles County between downtown Los Angeles and Claremont. Sowing Seeds for Life, a non-profit organization, began in 2007 when Vicki Brown, CEO of DPI Labs, decided she wanted to give back to her community. Starting... 

Dobrowner captures beauty of landscapes

Dobrowner captures beauty of landscapes
University of La Verne alumnus Gerry Pence and his friend Doug Bro talk with photographer Mitch Dobrowner during the reception for Dobrowner’s exhibition, “Vital Firmament,” in the Carlson Gallery. Pence, who graduated from ULV in 1949, is an avid photographer. He discussed the use of both digital and film prints shown in the gallery. The exhibit runs through April 5. / photo by Mitchell Aleman Karla... 

Commentary: I don’t want your CD

<i>Commentary</i>: I don't want your CD
Brian Velez, LV Life Editor This summer I did something I had not done in a long time: I was a tour guide for my foreign relatives during their visit to Los Angeles. I drove them to the Ontario Mills mall, Hollywood and Highland, Venice beach and the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica. While my relatives shopped, ate cheeseburgers and shopped some more, I noticed a group of musicians who still... 

Trotter’s abstract paintings engage mind’s eye

Trotter's abstract paintings engage mind's eye
The Historic Gas Company Lofts in Los Angeles hosted a reception for Ruth Trotter, professor of art, Saturday. Trotter’s exhibit, titled “Informal,” will be shown until Feb. 24. The work behind Ruth Trotter, left, and her friend Peggy Zask, right, is titled “Carcassonne.” / photo by Brittney Slater-Shew Brian Velez Staff Writer  A selection of paintings by University of La Verne art professor... 

Occupy L.A.’s carnival of the bizarre

Occupy L.A.’s carnival of the bizarre
Branden del Rio, Editor in Chief I turn into a giddy child whenever I get the chance to visit downtown Los Angeles. Even being sick as a dog I was buzzing with excitement, but my last visit was a completely different experience. On Nov. 23 I ventured into the city with a few friends. As I walked down Spring Street we noticed the now infamous Occupy L.A. camp on the south side of City Hall and decided... 
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