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Military Wives: MyCAA Funding For Education

The MyCAA program is a career development and employment assistance program designed to help spouses of both activated Reserve and active duty service members pursue licenses, certifications, Associate degrees and career training programs from MyCAA approved schools in order to find employment in portable career fields and occupations.

The efficacy of tackling underground economy activity through joint enforcement is well documented. To build on the success of the LETF and JESF collaboration, Assembly Bill 576 established the Revenue Recovery and Collaborative Enforcement Team

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Sean Smith (Robyn) and Robin Riker (Esme) are endearing in their bathroom stall scenes, and both share a passion for expensive shoes.

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Rogue Machine is back with a vengeance, up to their old tricks with good thought-provoking theater. Their season opener, “Gruesome Playground Injuries” written by Rajiv Joseph (Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo), lives up to their well-deserved reputation.

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Opening their seventh season on May 24th, the multi-award winning Rogue Machine Theatre will present a unique play from one of today’s most celebrated playwrights. GRUESOME PLAYGROUND INJURIES, by Rajiv Joseph (Bengal Tiger in the Baghdad Zoo- NEA Award BEST PLAY, and Pulitzer Prize finalist) charts the intersections of two people’s lives over the course of 30 years.

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The Guardsman, Ferenc Molnar’s classic tale of deception and manipulation, comes to life in a stunning production. Molnar has a flair for telling stories that are timeless. Jealousy has always made for good theater, but this time it’s not combative. It is more about skill and wit.

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Two young men in an all-boy’s prep school explore their sexuality and end up in a 15-year relationship that prevails against all odds. The Australian Theater Company brings Los Angeles the highly acclaimed award-winning play “Holding the Man.”

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21-year old Lucero Noyola seems like many of her fellow USC students. She’s completing her Junior year and maintaining her 3.5 GPA but tremendous odds were always stacked against her. Lucero is a single mother who grew up in the Probation and foster child systems. She is one of California’s more than 40,000 foster children

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The latest news from Mexico from The Los Angeles Post RSS News Feed Center.

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Los Angeles California – May 8, 2014–The LAC+USC Medical Center will host its Seventh Annual Trauma Survivorship Reunion “Celebrating Miracles on Marengo Street” on Saturday, May 10, 2014 from 1:00pm-4:00pm. Over 40 trauma-survivor patients, their families and members of the hospital’s acclaimed Trauma team

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