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Union Station Turns 80! Take A Look Back At The LA Icon In Photos

Despite the station's controversial past, the Art Deco, mission-style marvel still stands as a monument to the city's grand ambitions.

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. Here's Your Guide To La Verne

This city of nearly 32,000 rests at the base of the San Bernardino Mountains, and was once known as the "Heart of the Orange Empire."

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. Here's Your Guide To Glendale

Glendale is more than a sleepy bedroom community. We got a tour of "The Jewel City" and learned about its history.

Where To Eat Ceviche In The San Fernando Valley

In some parts of the 818, you'll find a truck on nearly every corner and great ceviche spots tucked in the most unlikely places.

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. Here's Your Guide To Arcadia: 'Chinese Beverly Hills'

Bet on some horses and maybe you'll win enough money to buy a multi-million dollar mansion in "Chinese Beverly Hills."

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. Here's Your Guide To Torrance And All Its Breweries

With 11 breweries, Torrance has the highest concentration of them in the region, according to the L.A. County Brewers Guild.

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. Here's Your Guide To San Fernando

With just 2.37 square miles of land, this city within a city is the perfect size for people who want to ditch their cars and get around on foot.

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. Here's Your Guide To Agoura Hills

Agoura Hills is one of the last cities in L.A. County when you're heading towards Ventura, but it's been a destination for generations.

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. First Stop: Cerritos

Cerritos is home to the third largest Asian community in L.A. County. Out of the 50,000 people who live there today, more than 6 in 10 identify as Asian.

YouTube Pool Jumper Breaks Both Feet, Starts GoFundMe To Pay For Medical Costs

8booth missed a pool in his latest jump, hitting both feet against the concrete edge.

YouTube Pool Jumper Breaks Both Feet, Starts GoFundMe To Pay For Medical Costs

8booth missed a pool in his latest jump, hitting both feet against the concrete edge.

Man Behind Those Cringeworthy Hotel Pool Jumping Videos Arrested

He has been accused of trespassing after allegedly entering apartments and hotels in order to jump off of them.

Free Pizza Being Served Up At 800 Degrees' New Hollywood Location

There's no such thing as a free lunch, but this comes pretty close.

Free Pizza Being Served Up At 800 Degrees' New Hollywood Location

There's no such thing as a free lunch, but this comes pretty close.

Where To Find Free Wood-Fired Pizza Today

A new location of Adam Fleischman's wood fired pizzeria, 800 Degrees, is opening in Santa Monica today. And to toast the occasion, they're offering a free pizza and soda to anyone that comes by.

Photos: Fred Armisen Calls 'Anchorman' The 'Perfect Hit Song,' And Other Moments From Last Night's Live-Reading

The Channel 4 News Team showed up to do a live reading of the transcript of the original beloved Anchorman film—and they hadn't read it together in nine years.

Big Hair, Cher's Oscars Wear & More Totally Tubular Photos From L.A. In The '80s

Ahh, the '80s, when hair was big, L.A. had not one but two football teams, the Olympics came to town, and Cher showed the Academy how serious actresses dress.

Dates Confirmed For Next Two Years of the Oscars

It's official: The 2014 and 2015 Oscars have a ceremony date, along with a slew of other dates for nominations and voting, and it seems the predictions were right when it comes to when the next awards will be handed out.

2014 Winter Olympics Might Force the Oscars to March

The 2014 Winter Olympics, being held in Russia, could be causing the 86th Annual Academy Awards to take place in March, instead of its current favorite month of February.

Jimmy Kimmel Rumored Frontrunner to Host 2014 Oscars

Talk of who should host the 86th Annual Academy Awards in 2014 has begun. Though there were cries-aplenty during Sunday's broadcast for Tina Fey and Amy Poehler to take over the honors, right now it seems ABC's resident nighttime funnyman Jimmy Kimmel is the frontrunner.

Maria Shriver Investing in Blaze, a Quick-Serve Pizza Company

Joining the ranks of California-based 800 Degrees and PizzaRev, Blaze hopes that their quick fired pizzas can deliver the same profitability that other quick serve concepts like Chipotle has.

Video: Watch the Adorbs Jennifer Lawrence Meet Big Fan Jack Nicholson

In case you hadn't seen this gem yet, check out Jennifer Lawrence during a live TV interview after the Oscars as she's approached by veteran star Jack Nicholson.

The 85th Annual Academy Awards: The Complete List of Winners

Here it is: The complete list of winners from the 85th Annual Academy Awards.

Video: Every Oscars 2013 Musical Number in 1 Minute

Short on time? Perhaps even shorter on patience? Here's a pared down and digestible one minute recap of all of the musical numbers from last night's music-themed 85th Annual Academy Awards show.

Oscars 2013: Photos From The Red Carpet

The 85th Academy Awards are upon us, and the nominated, the past winners, the hangers-on strutted their stuff on the red carpet before the ceremony.

The Oscars: Where to Eat, Drink and Watch the 85th Annual Academy Awards

In case your invitation to Sunday evening's massive red carpet back-patting schmoozefest shindig known 'round the world as the 85th Annual Academy Awards got "lost in the mail" and you don't have plans to watch along at home, we've got a list of a few places around town hosting Oscar Viewing parties, so you won't have to cheer, jeer, and play armchair fashion critic alone.

Not Your Dad's Wheels: Bike Prom Will Celebrate the 80s

What has two wheels, pouffy sleeves and teased hair? Someone on their way to LA County Bicycle Coalition's 80s-themed Bike Prom!

Video: All Of This Year's Best Picture Oscar Noms Cut Into One Short Film

What happens when you've got the tale of a man and a tiger leading the nation to abolish slavery and free the hostages while on the hunt for a terrorist leader in a flood-ravaged state who falls in love despite mental illness and meets a freed slave trying to rescue his wife, and a couple in their 80s all while singing beloved epic songs?

The 85th Annual Academy Awards: A Complete List of The Nominations

Before the tuxedo and gown sporting celebs can unseal the envelopes at the 85th Annual Academy Awards ceremony next month, the nominees must be revealed. Actress Emma Stone and this year's novice Oscars show host Seth MacFarlane were on hand to do the honors bright and early Thursday morning.

Seth MacFarlane Will Host the 2013 Oscars

Looks like the Oscars are headed in a very different direction for next year: The Academy announced today that Seth MacFarlane has been tapped to host the 85th annual awards.

Extra, Extra: Akbar Has a Birthday, The Palins Want Another TV Show, and The Kings are Leaderless

In tonight's Extra, Extra, Silver Lake's Akbar celebrates a birthday, the Palins pursue yet another reality show, and L.A.'s NHL team finds themselves without a coach. Plus: Keep up with us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter: @LAist @LAistFood @LAistSports.

Academy Confirms: Billy Crystal Will Return As Oscars Host For 9th Time

It's a rumor no more: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences officially announced late yesterday that funnyman Billy Crystal will indeed return to host the Oscars in 2012.

"Gay slur" and Sex Talk Costs Brett Ratner Oscars Producing Gig

Producer Brett Ratner has stepped down from his post as producer of the 84th Academy Awards after taking heat for using a "gay slur" at a screening event. The incident took place at the ArcLight in Hollywood, where Ratner used the term "fag" during a Q&A following a special showing of his new film "Tower Heist."

Eddie Murphy Bails as Oscars Host

On the still-cooling heels of producer Brett Ratner's exit from the 84th Academy Awards, host Eddie Murphy is bailing, too. It seems the producer and actor were a salt-and-pepper set that could not be delivered apart.

Dan Fante, Steve-O, and Lisa See: Only The 10th Annual WeHo Book Fair Could Pull That Off

Time to polish off those reading glasses because this Sunday marks the 10th anniversary of a SoCal literary tradition: the West Hollywood Book Fair! And for letters-loving Angelenos, the line-up is sure to delight. This year, the WeHo Book Fair boasts twelve stages and over a hundred exhibitors, all for fun and for free.

ThunderCats Snarfs Its Way Into A Reboot - Ho!

ThunderCats is back with a series reboot that was very close to not being the ThunderCats you remember. There was almost no Snarf. True story. Read it here. The new model Cats Ho!!!-ed into action last night on Cartoon Network and we salute the fighting felines in today's video lunch tribute to the nearly scrapped Snarf.

Wham-O 'Fun Fountain' Clown Head: Revisiting The Best Dangerous Water Toys

There's nothing quite like a creepy clown fountain on a hot summer day. The leaking hose, the menacing grin, the turbo water, the hard plastic hat that falls on you during the frolic, it's all part of the fun of the Wham-O Fun Fountain. Sure the thing hurt when it fell on you, that's why you learned how to make it fall on someone else.

Says Tom Cruise: Give Me That Old Time 'Rock Of Ages' Roll

Tom Cruise is set to star in the film version of the musical hit Rock of Ages that began its Los Angeles run at the Pantages Theater last week. Rock of Ages is a heartwarming, eye-lining, hair-spraying, tight pants-wearing, arena-rock love story about a small town girl and a big city boy who find each other on the Sunset Strip in 1987, all told through a mega setlist of 70s & 80s rock hits from Journey, Foreigner, Bon Jovi, Night Ranger, Poison, Whitesnake, Styx, and lines and lines more.

Pencil This In: McSweeney's #35 Launch Party, Tori Spelling at Vroman's and Two Derby Dolls at Skylight Books

The Doll Factory: home of LA Derby Dolls. | Photo by Michael Zampelli via LAist's flickr pool. PARTY There’s a launch party for McSweeney's Issue #35 at 826LA and Stories books in Echo Park. Enjoy food and drink while listening to a discussion and signing with McSweeney's contributor, Ellie Kemper (The Office) and others. The new issue also features new stories from Steven Millhauser, Roddy Doyle, Hilton Als and a number of Norwegian writers....

Interview with Neil Schield: Origami Vinyl Celebrates Its First Anniversary

In celebration of Origami Vinyl's one-year anniversary today, the shop will feature free concerts, free beer and cake, and 10 percent off everything in the store. Yesterday LAist sat down with shop owner Neil Schield to talk about some of the best moments from the past year, the 826LA "Chickens in Love" project, and the fact that Origami will soon be stocking used records to complement its selection of new vinyl.

Pencil This In: Scotch Tasting at Morton's, Love Panel Benefit for 826LA

Love advice from a panel of experts to benefit 826LA tonight. | Photo by RobeRt Vega via LAist's flickr pool. FILM There’s a screening and interactive discussion with five other cities for the Ondi Timoner documentary We Live in Public tonight at the Egyptian Theater at 6 pm. The film follows artist, futurist and visionary Josh Harris, who experiments with the web, including a six-month stint living with his girlfriend under 24-hour electronic surveillance....

Pencil This In: Punk Rock Pix by Ruby Ray, Dead Authors and Alice in Wonderland

It's a weekend of Contemporary Japanese Cinema at USC. Many of today's Japanese filmmakers are overshadowed by celebrated auteurs including Ozu Yasujiro and Akira Kurosawa. In addition to screenings, the festival includes...

PhiLAnthropist Gift Guide: Gifts That Give More, Part I

The holiday season is all about giving. We know that. Somewhere in between waking up at 3am for the doorbuster deals, braving the mall crowds and boycotting consumerism all together, we can maintain our "holiday sanity" by buying gifts that support those organizations working to drive social change and improve the lives of others. We've divided this into two parts. Part I lists those gifts for when you actually need to present the recipient with a tangible good, otherwise, you ruined the Festivus...for everyone. In Part II, you'll find organizations that use your donation to give a gift to someone else less fortunate

Sorry, No Numbers: 818ers Wonder WTF is Up With the 747 Overlay Code

Photo by honeybeejen via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr Back in April of 2008 we remarked that the announcement of a new overlay area code--a code within an existing code area for use with new numbers when all previous numbers have been assigned--was "not a big deal." Okay, fine, so soon people in the 818 might have to accept a 747 area code, and everyone within the area would have to dial...

Pencil This In: Eddie Izzard at the Echoplex, WTF Fest at Actor's Gang

Eddie Izzard is at the Echoplex tonight to benefit 826LA (and its Time Travel Mart). | Photo by Never Cool in School via LAist's flickr pool. BENEFIT The anti-slavery organization Free the Slaves is holding its Freedom Awards tonight at USC’s Bovard Auditorium at 7 pm. The nonprofit frees slaves around the world, helps them rebuild their lives, researches solutions to the root-causes of slavery, and enlists businesses to clean slavery out of their...

Pencil This In: MOCA Engagement Party, Tasting Burbank and Gretsky

A quiet Porto's in Burbank. They're participating in a Taste of Burbank tonight. / Photo by R. E. ~ via LAist's flickr pool. ART The art show Mobile Exhibits No. 3 opens tonight at the City of Long Beach Annex featuring four installations from Meeson Pae Yang, James Thegerstrom and Heather Scholl, Karen Reitzel and Elizabeth Wild. The opening reception is from 5-8 pm at the Annex, but Meeson’s installation Traverse is located at 5661 Atlantic...

Pencil This In: Downtown Artwalk, Neil Labute's 'Fat Pig'

There's just waaaay too much stuff to do tonight, but here are some of our favorites: ART WALK What a better way to spend a warm evening in July than at the Downtown Artwalk? It’s a free afternoon/night of gallery hopping in and around the Historic Core's Gallery Row neighborhood. One of the Artwalk’s highlights tonight: An artist reception (7-9 pm) at Deborah Martin Gallery for RE: materialization, an exhibit that explores the “confluence of political, aesthetic, formal, conceptual, and environmental concerns through art.” Live music at 8:30 pm with Arrica Rose.

Pencil This In: Tiny Vaudeville @ the Echoplex, NewFilmmakers LA Screenings

Blue door by kpe II via LAist's flickr pool. FILM* NewFilmmakers LA screens “Youth Knows No Pain + 5 Short Films” tonight at 6:30 pm at Sunset Gower Studios. At 7 pm, there’s a screening of Mitch McCabe’s documentary Youth Knows No Pain, followed at 8:45 pm by the short films: Old Dogs (Dir. Jonathan Fahn) Propel (Dir. Jay Gammill) The Dying Western (Dir. Michael Kortlander) A Kolor to Kill for (Dir. Tim Hall)....

Pencil This In: F%#k Cancer! Benefit and Keith Richards' Wisdom

BENEFIT* Poketo Studio hosts a cancer benefit and silent art auction titled, “F%#k Cancer! We Love Justin!” tonight from 7-10 pm. 100% of proceeds will go directly to support medical treatment of artist Justin Van Hoy, who’s the art director for SWINDLE Magazine, and contributor of works for artists and brands such as OBEY, Roger Gastman, Cobra Snake and more. Contributing artists include Shepard Fairey, Tim Biskup, Saelee Oh, Jeana Sohn, Travis Millard, Mel Kadel, Marco Zamora, Ye Rin Mok, Josh Cochran, Caroline Hwang, Amanda Visell, David Weidman,Studio Number One, Sumi Ink Club, Chris Bettig, Sarajo Frieden, Kim Buzzelli and others

Vision Street Wear Makes A Comeback

The first pair of shoes I ever picked out for myself were the Vision Street Wear classic black high-tops. They were cool, they were skateboarding, and THANK GOD they're gonna start making them again. And a whole boatload of other classic Vision shoes.

Photo Essay: 826LA's Echo Park Time Travel Mart

Although it may look like a convenience store from a distance, as you draw closer, it's obvious that 826LA's "Echo Park Time Travel Mart" is something special. After all, it's not every day you get to purchase items that appear to be from the distant past...as well as the future! Some of the products are so whimsical that first-time visitors often ask, "Is this actually for sale?" Items range from "Robot Milk" to "Barbarian Repellent," and once inside the store, you can't help but feel like you've stepped into a space-time way station.

747 Soars in to Accompany 818

If you've been sitting on the edge of your seat waiting to grab up the best 747 area code number (747-666-6666?), today is the first day to grab one. The San Fernando Valley has been in overlay mode--that means you have to first dial 1 when calling within the 818 area code--since last month. Starting today, new phone line activations can be in the new 747 area code or still within the 818 one...

LA Craft Beer Festival Recap: LA Ready for Craft Beer Culture

While we can debate over the burritos in LA vs. SF to no end, it is hard to argue over which city has a more prevalent beer culture. Perhaps this is because no one has ever really pushed such a culture here in LA. That is, until now. Last Saturday, the Los Angeles Craft and Artisan Beer Appreciation League (LACABAL) hosted their first annual Craft Beer Festival at The Echoplex and it was clearly a...

826LA's Seminar Series: Food Writing!

(L to R:) Christine ``Little Flower'' Moore; Jeanne ``Blue Eggs and Yellow Tomatoes'' Kelley; Colleen ``Eat L.A.'' Dunn Bates; Jessica ``Daily Dish'' Gelt; Jonathan Gold, Patty "EatingLA" Saperstein/Photo by Elise Thompson for LAist Thursday night 826LA presented a seminar titled, "Food Writing!" And as fans of punctuation know, anything with an exclamation point has got to be good. 826LA is a community organization offering free tutoring, workshops, desktop publishing and all-around grooviness to the...

Craft Beer Fest @ Echoplex Today

Beer Fest @ Echoplex today. If Budweiser and MGD are your two favorite beers in the world, then you might as well stop reading this post now. But if you like beer that's dark as black coffee or can appreciate the nuances between an ale and a lager, then keep reading. The Los Angeles Craft and Artisanal Beer Appreciation League is holding the first Craft Beer Fest LA today from 2-9 pm. The League’s...

818 Area Code Overlay Begins Tomorrow

If you're in the Valley, you'll be dialing 11 numbers to reach your next door neighbor beginning tomorrow when the 747 area code lands. "The 747 area code is only the third overlay in the history of California, where a fourth will take effect later this year in a region stretching from San Diego County to Bishop," notes the Glendale News-Press. The most recent overlay in the Los Angeles area involved the tony 310...

Pencil This In: Dead Authors and Cirque du So Lame

Octo-peeps! / Photo by CJ Universal (Carolyn A. Hampton) via LAist's flickr pool. DEAD AUTHOR READING Tonight Machine Project teams up with 826LA for “Dead Author Readings” with Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson who’ll be discussing Walden. There are two shows at 8 and 10 pm. Bring blankets or something else to sit on. Space is limited because of Machine Project's "forest." CIRQUE* Royal/T and Zippercut are hosting a one-night only circus-themed...

Pencil This In: Tiny Vaudeville #2 on Tap Tonight for 826LA

Photo by Never Cool in School via LAist's flickr pool. LABOR DISCUSSION Los Angeles Times Editorial Board Member John Healey moderates the Zócalo discussion “How Will Labor Discord Change Hollywood?” tonight at 7:30 pm at the ArcLight Sherman Oaks. Zócalo’s panel of Hollywood and high-tech experts will explore why talent unions are having so much trouble reaching a deal with the studios, what it means for talent unions in future negotiations, and how Hollywood...

Tonight In Rock: Robert Francis, Gabriella Cilmi, Rocco Deluca, Olin & the Moon

Tonight 17-year-old Australian singer-songwriter sensation Gabriella Cilmi will be performing at the Hotel Café. English psych rocker Pop Levi will be rocking out at the Echoplex for 826LA's Tiny Vaudeville. And all three free Monday Night Residencies, which have simply dominated Silver Lake and Echo Park for the past month, will be coming to a conclusion. Local singer-songwriter Rocco Deluca (LAist Interview, Review) is slated to play his final show at Spaceland with LAist favorites Marvelous Toy. Echo Park's own alt-rockers Olin & the Moon (LAist Interview) will be concluding their stint at the Silver Lake Lounge with Evan Way (of the Parson Red Heads) and Taylor Goldsmith (of Dawes). But we insist that you head over to the Echo to catch Robert Francis (LAist Interview, Review), who will be closing up shop with Austin-based folk rockers Peter and the Wolf.

Pencil This In: Tiny Vaudeville Benefit, Singin' in the Rain

dineLA starts today...so go out there and eat! / Photo by sfxeric via LAist's flickr pool. It's a robust Monday with interesting events around town: VAUDEVILLE*: The writing and literacy nonprofit 826LA presents “Tiny Vaudeville” tonight at 8 pm at the Echoplex. It’s the first night of a new monthly series -- a 90-minute show that features acts from live music, short films, stand-up and sketch comedy, novelty acts, lectures and slide shows. Tonight's...

Pencil This In: Repeal Day, Holidays with Harry Shearer

Why is it that there's always too much to do in December? Just look at this sampling of events happening around town tonight. Check out other events on LAist Agenda: December. HOLIDAY COMEDY: Comedian Harry Shearer (The Simpsons, A Mighty Wind, etc.) and his wife Judith Owen are bringing laughter and mirth - and holiday sing-a-longs - to the Steve Allen Theatre tonight and tomorrow night at 8 pm. Performances feature guests including Julia...

Get Your Lit On: The Week in Bookish LA

Fallen Leaf at Getty | Photo by bikracer via Flickr Monday Denis Leary presents and signs Why We Suck 7pm @ Book Soup Group reading event for EAT: Los Angeles 7pm @ Vroman's Rachel Resnick signs Love Junkie 7pm @ Barnes & Noble, 3rd Street Promenade Brian Yaeger signs Red White & Brew 7:30pm @ Village Books Tuesday Philip Gourevitch, Stephen Gaghan, Mona Simpson and others read from The Paris Review Interviews Volume III...

826LA Paddleboat Regatta Raises $1,000s for Charity

More than 40 paddleboat teams took to Echo Park Lake last weekend to raise money for 826LA. Teams were required to raise at least $100 for entry and some teams raised well above and beyond to generate an estimated $20,000 in funds for one-on-one writing tutorials and workshops for students age 6-18. 826LA's two locations (in Venice and Echo Park) are staffed entirely by volunteers dedicated to teaching and inspiring students to write creatively. The...

Valley Gets New 747 Area Code, Not a Big Deal

Photo by digablesoul via Flickr What is a slight inconvenience and change of habit to most people is freaking others out. Official as of yesterday, the Valley is getting a new area code, 747, that will overlay the proud 818 (come on, 747 is much cooler than the 310 overlay, 424). "I think it's too much. It's crazy," a Van Nuys resident told the Daily News. "I think people would feel much better if...

Justine Bateman, 'Drunk College Students' Team Up to Save the Internet

This week's Senate Committee Hearing on the Future of the Internet featured notable speakers on both sides of the net neutrality debate including Stanford Prof. Lawrence Lessig, FCC Commissioner Kevin J. Martin, Patric Verrone, President of the WGA-West, and Michele Combs of the Christian Coalition. And Justine Bateman, aka Jason's sister, aka Mallory Keaton. What is Ms. Bateman's interest and/or expertise in the Net Neutrality debate? "I have acted in many projects, from TV's 'Family...

The 818 Gets a 747

A view of the Valley from Sherman Oaks | Photo by Dan Wuh via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr Hear that sound? That's not a jetliner landing at Van Nuys Airport. Those are moans and groans about the impending new area code overlay in the San Fernando Valley. A March 24 judicial decision recommended that the 747 overlay, which would require Valley residents to dial 1 plus the area code within the...

Concert Review: 826LA with Zooey Deschanel, Julie Buxbaum & Paul F. Tompkins @ Largo 2/16/08

As far as live variety shows go, it doesn't get much better than the 826LA Book*Smart events at Largo. The event, which usually takes place once a month, features an author, a comedian and a musician. Saturday's event centered around headliner Zooey Deschanel, who blew the audience away with her vocal chops and helped raise funds for 826LA with sewn duck heads (it'll make sense as you keep reading).

826LA at Largo

It's easy to forget that there's a thriving literary scene here in LA. It's also easy to lose sight of the fact that there are people who are committed to doing good, making change and making the city a better place for the next generation. 826LA manages to combine all of these things at once. The brainchild of hipster deity Dave Eggers, the family of non-profits now known as 826 National was originated in...

Extra, Extra: 818 Area Code Shake Up & LA's Most Powerful Unelected Official

Recent major events for the LAFD include last night's apartment fires in North Hollywood and Westchester. Busy day on LAPD's blog: a drive-by shooting yesterday, a labor day homicide, Congressman Xavier Becerra's office burglarized, two fatal Skid Row stabbings, a Carl's Jr. robbery and a fatal shooting this morning in South LA. Sparked by the recent heat-reated power outages, Matt Littman at the Huffington Post asks if Los Angeles is in permanent decay: "It...

The Week in Do Gooding LA - 826LA, NextAid, Solar Cooking Project

Quotes of the week: "There are two kinds of people in this world, the givers and the takers. The takers eat better, but the givers sleep better." - Danny Thomas "A man wrapped up in himself makes a very small bundle." - Benjamin Franklin "The time is always right to do what is right." - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Good Art California Design Biennial 2007 August 19 - September 30, 2007 Pasadena Museum of...

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