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“Taste Africa In Style” Shrimp, Arugula Salad, Avocado Mash

In the olden days in Ghana, the majority of the people mostly eat salad with rice, bread with their dish, never a salad by itself. I am happy to say that now things have changed in Ghana and more people are eating salad, watching what they eat and paying more attention to their health.

Beauty guru’s and fashion enthusiast gathered on Friday August 22nd, 2014 at Club NOKIA in Los Angeles, for the Third Annual NYX FACE Awards, a multi-national competition to find the rising beauty star of YouTube™.

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This is a familiar story, watching a few friends of mine drive themselves totally insane over failed attempts at having a baby. They go into a baby conceiving frenzy that consumes their lives and at times stresses their relationship to the brink of extinction.

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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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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, CA – The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (LACDMH) has joined a statewide effort in promoting Know the Signs, a suicide prevention campaign targeting susceptible groups, including young African American men, young Latinas and older Caucasian males.

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Family dysfunction always makes for interesting theater. As a matter of fact, thinking about it, many good playwrights like Sam Sheppard used this very subject successfully throughout their writing careers. Surprisingly, as profound as this might sound, it’s still an entertaining topic.

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Recognizing the important of S.T.E.M, also known as Science, Technology, Engineering and Math – and looking to engage veterans, women and minorities – the Burbank Community YMCA, Nickelodeon and the City of Burbank partnered together to produce a 3 day hackathon called Game+Hack 2014

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