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April 13, 2018

Coachella 2018: How Los Angeles Azules might turn the festival into the world’s largest cumbia party

For decades, Los Angeles Azules has played cumbia to sold-out crowds in arenas, making hips smoothly shake in time to the beat. The group’s traditional Latin dance tunes have become the soundtrack of people’s lives — […]
April 13, 2018

Here’s the first look at the Coachella 2018 art installations

Just outside the newly expanded Sahara tent, a rainbow-colored cylinder rises from the Empire Polo Field grounds. This seven-story column made of plexiglass windows ranging from red to purple beckons with mesmerizing hues. But Spectra by United Kingdom-based design […]
April 13, 2018

Coachella 2018: Friday YouTube schedule includes The Weeknd, St. Vincent

It’s time for the sold-out Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, but if you aren’t in the desert, you can follow along from home without more than 100,000 of your closest friends via YouTube and satellite radio. […]
March 20, 2018

San Diego Partner: Whiskey Girl in The Gaslamp District

Whiskey Girl, one of the longest running entertainment venues in the Historic Gaslamp Quarter is conveniently located within walking distance from Downtown San Diego Convention Center and Petco Park on 5th Ave & G Street. Enjoy […]
March 20, 2018

SacState: High honors await four luminaries at Spring Commencement

How about this lineup? A woman who attained wide respect as a leader and advocate, overcoming significant challenges in the process, graduating with honors from UC Berkeley and heading the California Hawaii NAACP for nearly two […]
March 20, 2018

USC president teaches the classics to spark passion for humanities

The words of ancient Greek playwrights and philosophers may be nearly 2,500 years old, but they still carry great weight and wisdom. That’s the message USC President C. L. Max Nikias imparts to freshmen and sophomores enrolled in […]