Given the popularity of the yearly Anime Expo, it’s a little surprising L.A. doesn’t have a way to recognize the art of anime itself. With the debut of the Los Angeles Anime Film Festival (LA-AFF), that’s about to change. For three days, LA-AFF presents nothing but anime, from fan favorites to brand-new flicks. Organized by Rydgen Inc.…

 

 626 Golden Streets | Sunday March 5, 2017! You’ll be able to find him at the #626GoldenStreets Opening Ceremony adjacent to the South Pasadena Gold Line Station on Mission St. at 8:30am! #626GoldenStreets in 7 Points Golden Streets is a FREE event!  But bring a few dollars for food, drink, and to ride the Foothill Gold Line. YOU get to decide where…

 

 We stand together in solidarity for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families — recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country. WHEN Saturday, January 21, 2017 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM PST  WHERE Downtown L.A. Pershing Square to City Hall  WHO The…

 

 Where else in L.A. can you find flamingos, ocelots and Madagascar hissing cockroaches all under one roof? For just $17, see more than 1,000 different species of plants and animals, with names as wild as their faces (shingleback skink, laughing kookaburra and tawny frogmouth, to name a few). Gawk at the mandrill, whose face looks…

 

 1/16/17 Martin Luther King March and Festival Huston-Tillotson University Join the march from the MLK statue at the University of Texas campus to historic Huston-Tillotson University to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy for Austin and the world. www.mlkcelebration.com MLK COMMUNITY FESTIVAL The MLK Community Festival kicks off as soon the marchers arrive on location and will…

 

 Where else in L.A. can you find flamingos, ocelots and Madagascar hissing cockroaches all under one roof? For just $17, see more than 1,000 different species of plants and animals, with names as wild as their faces (shingleback skink, laughing kookaburra and tawny frogmouth, to name a few). Gawk at the mandrill, whose face looks…

 

 Tournament of Roses Parade Where: parade starts in Pasadena at Orange Grove Boulevard & Green Street, travels east on Colorado Boulevard and north on Sierra Madre Boulevard, ends at Villa Street When: January 1 Tel & website: 626-449-4100/www.tournamentofroses.com The first Rose Parade in 1890 was staged to show off California’s sun-kissed climate. The tradition is…

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