The Future of E-Learning

By Nektar Baziotis Distance learning is as old as the 18th century when teachers would send their students weekly...

Queer Kids Trading Cards Take Over L.A. — How Many Have You Collected?

"I'll trade you a graphic designer for an equal rights advocate." The generation that was raised on trading cards is all grown up, but still...

“The L Word” Gang Moves to Silverlake?!

And 9 other exclusive reveals about the reboot season of "The L Word" Fans of “The L Word” rejoiced last when it was recently confirmed...

HEALTH FEATURE: Holistic Approach of Ananda Integrative Medicine

By Staff Writer From spin classes, to juice cleanses, Westsiders are known for being on top of the latest health trends. Ananda Integrative Medicine, a...

HEALTH FEATURE: Wide-Ranging Benefits of Oxygen Therapy

By Staff Writer Just because you breathe in enough oxygen to survive, your brain and other organs may not be receiving enough oxygen to function...

HEALTH FEATURE: Treating Hearing Loss at Alexander Audiology

The importance of addressing hearing damage. By Staff Writer People from all around the world travel to Los Angeles, in part, to dine at some of...

Top 10 LGBTQ+ News Stories of 2018

2018 was a busy year in the LGBTQ+ community. While the familiar topics of national Gay rights and international marriage rights, new conversations and...

SMC Music Dept. to Honor World AIDS Day

In honor of the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day this year, the Santa Monica College Music Department will premiere "Seven Living Words of...

Pride L.A. Internship Applications Now Accepted for Spring 2019 Semester!

Intern with one of the largest local media companies on Westside and make your voice heard for the LGBTQ+ community! Mirror Media Group is the...

Edify TV: Apartments.com’s Westside Store

By Edify TV.  Most online tech companies are doing away with normal brick and mortar establishments. However, Apartments.com just opened up a storefront in Santa Monica. Join...

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