Los Angeles River Artists & Business Association

Statistics Module

This module shows information about your server installation together with statistics on the Web site users, number of Articles in your database and the number of Web links you provide. {loadmodule mod_stats,Statistics}...

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STRIKE-IMPACTING DASH ROUTES

LADOT ANNOUNCES LIMITED WEEKDAY SERVICE FOR MONDAY, JULY 1, 2013 ON STRIKE-IMPACTED DASH ROUTES     June 28, 2013-The City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) announced limited service for Monday July 1 on several DASH routes due to the continued strike...

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Syndicate Module

The syndicate module will display a link that allows users to take a feed from your site. It will only display on pages for which feeds are possible. That means it will not display on single article, contact or weblinks pages, such as this one....

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Thank you for your Donation

Thank you so much for your contribution to the Arts District Dog Park. Your donation will go towards the maintenance and improvement of the park.   If you have any questions or you think something didn't work right, email us here. See you around the...

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Thank you!

LARABA would like to give a huge shout out to all of the volunteers, vendors, sponsors and participants that made Bloomfest 2012 such a success. A particular shout out to Melissa Richardson Banks of CauseConnect and LARABA Board Member Edgar Varela for doing such a...

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The Arts District Greening Project

After winning a $5,000 grant from GOOD Maker and Tree People, Citizen Forester Gabrielle Newmark embarked on a 10 month journey with her Arts District Green Team to make today's event a reality.  Thanks to all our sponsors who helped make this day such an...

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The Arts District loses one of their own

Downtown Muse posted this story:  Lance Van Gils, the son of Art Share LA workshop teacher and local designer Christina Borraez, was discovered the morning of July 12, 2013 in the Los Angeles River at the bottom of the 1st Street Bridge. His life tragically...

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The History of Bloom-fest

Known for his bellowing “Whaddaya want?” and a soft-hearted bark worse than his bite, Joel Bloom is the pioneering community activist who helped shape the Downtown Arts District in Los Angeles and was recognized as its unofficial mayor with his shoebox-sized general store serving as...

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The Joomla! Project

The Joomla Project consists of all of the people who make and support the Joomla Web Platform and Content Management System. Our mission is to provide a flexible platform for digital publishing and collaboration. The core values are: Freedom Equality Trust Community Collaboration Usability...

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TIP A COP at Wurstkuche TONIGHT!!

Come get some beer and sausages at Wurstkuche as the amazing men and women in blue act as your servers for the evening!  This is a fundraiser benefitting the Special Olympics!  Come and support the Officers in our neighborhood!    ...

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