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If I could give you one thing in this world, it would be the ability to see yourself as others see you.
That way, you would
realize what a truly
amazing person you are.
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Sharing poems with you!
— Stefanie of Marlborough High School, LA
"Star twinks at blue heron
Nesting in eucalyptus
As I stroll by
Along Silver Lake.
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We’re working on something exciting at KPCC (89.3FM), but we can’t do it without you.
So, we are inviting you to share a story about you or your community, whatever that means to you and in whatever form works best for you - whether that's music, dance, visual art, spoken word or another medium. From there, we’ll…Continue
Posted by Miyuki Miyagi on January 19, 2017 at 11:07am
Griffith Observatory holds this exciting, FREE public program on the first Friday of every month in the Leonard Nimoy Event Horizon. Join the Observatory's curatorial staff as they examine and explain the most-talked-about subjects in astronomy and space science.…Continue
Posted by E Sakaye on January 6, 2017 at 1:00pm
(…that might help you steer clear of a mediator’s office!)
➢ Use “I-Messages” to communicate strong feelings
➢ Practice “Active Listening” in order to help manage the strong feelings of others
➢ Avoid statements beginning with “You…” unless the content is 100% positive
➢ Really avoid statements beginning with “You always…” and “You never…” unless the content is 100% positive
➢ Apologize when you’re feeling remorseful
➢ When someone apologizes to you,…Continue
Posted by E Sakaye on December 29, 2016 at 8:00pm
On Christmas Eve at 7:00 pm they’ll have wonderful music and candle lighting.
On Christmas Day at 11:00 am they’ll have a multi cultural service led by their English and Korean speaking congregations, with great…Continue
Posted by E Sakaye on December 15, 2016 at 2:30pm
Neeism Music Productions, Inc. presents The Second Annual Silver Lake Variety and Talent Show, a free and fun community event, featuring local artists in spoken word, and musicians, magicians, comedians, dancers, and dramatists in fine form.
This event will take place in the Sunset Triangle Plaza with…
Posted by E Sakaye on December 13, 2016 at 3:02pm
“When the nomination of Xavier Becerra as our next…Continue
Posted by E Sakaye on December 12, 2016 at 1:30pm
Makes 4 cups
This granola is the best mistake we’ve ever made — mistake because it’s so good we can’t help but devour it at a semi-appalling speed whenever it’s around. It’s like the Cocoa Puffs of your childhood, all grown up, without any of the bad stuff (sugar, corn syrup, preservatives). In fact, we replaced all…
Posted by E Sakaye on December 7, 2016 at 4:00pm
Silver Lakers and nearby folks are welcome to join Silver Lake Time Bank. Check out the About tab on Facebook. Here's one story of SLTB adventures from Lee Conger.
My Time Bank Story for today: Several weeks ago, when Katie from West Adams Time Bank bicycled over here to Silver Lake to help me with unspecified projects, I decided we should go harvest lemons from the un-monitored tree I spotted along the L.A. River several weeks prior. She and I walked and walked, bearing picker and bags, but I had us on the wrong stretch, so we never found the tree. Embarrassing. Recently I made a point of finding the tree and documenting its location. This morning, I saw Leonardo's request for lemons and was able to take him directly there. About 1/3 of the tree hangs over a fence; the fruit drops and rots. We began harvesting. And then the 'Time Bank Miracle' happened. When we offered lemons to passersby, they turned out to be the owners of the tree on the other side of the fence. They were delighted that the lemons would be used. They offered us grapefruit, too. They were interested to learn about the Time Bank and the Neighborhood Fruit Harvest Project and were happy to accept my offer to deliver them a bag of kumquats sometime soon. (Whose story is next?)
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