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‘Lost in Yonkers’ powerful and hilarious

The Group Rep at the Lonny Chapman Theatre has a long and noble history of presenting truly outstanding performances and their latest offering of Neil Simon’s multi-award winning comedic drama Lost in Yonkers continues that grand tradition with gusto. It […]

‘Lost in Yonkers’ powerful and hilarious

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The Group Rep at the Lonny Chapman Theatre has a long and noble history of presenting truly outstanding performances and their latest offering of Neil Simon’s multi-award winning comedic drama Lost in Yonkers continues that grand tradition with gusto. It […]

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Wisdom from Coach Moore

Recently I was having fun with my pal Rod on Facebook. We were needling each other over this being the start of his 23rd year of teaching. I remember

Dodgers struggling after strong run into August

Tonight the Los Angeles Dodgers will play the second game of a series with the Colorado Rockies, a team that is looking to lock down a spot in the

Earthquake of 8.0 hits off Mexico coast, tsunami may occur in Central America

News organizations are reporting a massive 8.0 earthquake off the southern Pacific coast of Mexico that could trigger a tsunami throughout Central America and an alert has been issued.

Diane Williams: My America

At the Lancaster Museum of Art and History — MOAH Saturday, September 9th, 2017 5pm-9pm Lancaster Museum of Art and History – MOAH 665 W Lancaster Blvd, Lancaster, CA 93534 The issue of immigration

Movies you should see this fall

Clowns, cards, criminals, courts – tennis and judiciary – and covert operations are being counted on to turn around a movie industry that is coming off one of its

Trump and his wall of trouble

Lately I have been thinking about Trump’s wall. While I understand why many want to see it built, I also understand why it is opposed. The two camps have

California representatives respond to Trump’s decision on DACA

On Tuesday Morning U.S. Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions announced the Trump Administration was ending the DACA program (Deferred Action for Child Arrivals), a program that President Barack Obama

Qualifications: Do we require enough for President and the Supreme Court?

All in all there have been fourteen Presidents of the United States who have never served in the military. Most recently that list includes Franklin D. Roosevelt who served

Gov. Brown declares state of emergency for Los Angeles

Governor Jerry Brown has issued a state of emergency for Los Angeles, due to the La Tuna Fire that has now spread to more than 5,000 acres and is

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