INTOWN REPORT for 12/13/18 – 12/19/18 THURSDAY, 12/13 Alex’s – Death Valley Girls, Egrets on Ergot, Girl Tears, + The Vivids Belasco – Amber Liu The Blvd – Human Obliteration, He Died, SMD, Nerve Grind, Splatterface, Poughkeepsie DG, + Impenitent Existence Bootleg – Easy, Palm Springsteen, + Bass Drum of Death Cinema Bar – Vista […]
Despite the Trump administration’s effort to obscure the release of the fourth National Climate Assessment, the word has gotten out. What has also made it through the fog of executive tweets and denial of facts is that, as much as President Donald Trump tries to deny it, global warming is undeniable. The United States has […]
It hasn’t even been two years since Lauren Ruth Ward, supported LP, opened at the EL Rey and yet this headliner’s star has risen significantly since then. At the time she was still a bit unknown on the LA scene but Thursday night at the El Rey was a celebration of those that have been supporting […]
Introduction It is essential to find a “common ground” and bridge the gap between the writer and reader which is accomplished when the writer effectively shares their knowledge and attitudes toward their topic in a way that takes into consideration the reader’s knowledge and attitudes (Flower). This is essential in assuring the reader’s comprehension of […]
Photo: Jessica Waters Photography, Provided Rylee Grace O’Flaherty, 15, of Rotterdam, competing in the Pro Watercross World Championship in Naples, Florida. O’Flaherty captured the jet ski championship in the Novice Sport division in the championships, held Nov. 1-4, 2018. (Photo courtesy Jessica Waters Photography) Rylee Grace O’Flaherty, a sophomore honor student at Mohonasen High School […]
Check out Origin of Everything: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiB8h9jD2Mlxx96ZFnGDSJw If you’ve ever been to, or lived in, or even flown over the central swath of North America, then you’ve seen the remnants of what was a uniquely fascinating environment. Scientists call it the Western Interior Seaway, and at its greatest extent, it ran from the Caribbean Sea to […]
With an expanded live lineup and a batch of new songs, Lauren Ruth Ward got a lot of the L.A. scene involved in her show Thursday at the El Rey Theatre. She was still the star of the show.
My brother Scott Schuler, one of the people I hold in high regard as a person, but also as the man behind the Ride for a Reason fundraiser among others, has put up a couple of videos on his YouTube channel about his “MAN UP” project. A project to help men stand in their power […]
Music from Sofia Bolt, Crane Like the Bird, BOND, Psychic Love, Human Barbie, the Flusters, Laura Jean Anderson, Gothic Tropic, Talker, Criminal Hygiene, WARGIRL, Opus Vitae, Bizou and more on today’s local music show.
This Slingerland snare drum from the 60’s features a wood shell and stick saver rims. The drum is in very good condition and ready to play!
Linda Kirstein used case studies and two examples of PhD projects to examine how various surface processes can skew the geological record. Kirstein began the lecture by explaining a ‘simple flux’ model. Rocks are uplifted, eroded, transported and deposited. This deposited material is what we see in the rock record. However, in order to make […]
“We have to be like them so they can see that Christ is in us.” – Abby Slingerland Abby has shared a lot about how growing up in different cultures has changed the way she interacts with people in each one. Having mostly grown up in Panama, she feels more alive within the culture, speaking […]
“We need to care for our own and our own is everyone.” – Abby Slingerland The refugee and immigrant crisis have been on my mind a lot recently, especially when it is concerning the United States. As more and more people try to enter the country, laws have become stricter and greater measures taken to […]
Andrew Dugan in his letter “Farmers use science for best care of animals,” Nov. 18, in discussing humane treatment of animals, states that Chris Churchill in his column (“Our pigs, chickens and cows deserve better,” Nov. 8) and the Humane Society of the United States have it all wrong. Not only did this impress me […]