“You know what my secret is? Doing what your wife tells you.”
The most successful fundraising campaign in the foundation’s history, the campaign exceeded expectations.
“Mujeres de Arena” is a group effort to raise awareness of the violence toward women in the border city, where, over the last three decades, hundreds of women have been murdered with many of those cases unsolved.
On Saturday the Aquarium of the Pacific will celebrate its 16th annual Moompetam: Native American Festival online.
Local artists Cody Lusby and Melanie Cristofaro completed the stunning artwork just last week.
What was a vacant storefront is now filled with vibrant, bold artwork, small sculptures, ceramics and jewelry.
The annual Ranchos Walk was canceled due to COVID-19 precautions, but walkers can still complete the route on their own time.
LBCA’s Back-to-School Drive June 15 to Aug. 15 resulted in more items collected than anticipated during the pandemic.
LBO donates fresh, homegrown produce from its eight gardens to students in need.
Members of more than 20 labor organizations directed traffic and filled trunks with boxes of food and other essentials, including canned goods and diapers.