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Digital Art Exhibition is Galvanized by Quarantine and Racial Justice

A digital exhibition in response to the pandemic and our collective reconsiderations of health, security, and social structures, Mine and Yours, has launched online. The show runs till Aug. 15, 2020. "Considerate work around ideas of ownership, appropriation, belonging, and community—a fascinating group of diverse points...

Attend California’s First Socially Distanced Concert and Entertainment Series in L.A. Area

Californian's love for cars and live entertainment gets a fresh new twist this summer in light of COVID-19, as CBF Productions presents Concerts in Your Car, California's first socially-distanced concert and entertainment venue. The special popup style of events will take place through the end of September...

Monrovians Can Watch a Movie in the Park Starting This Saturday

The Community Services Department is hosting the 2020 Movies in the Park, despite the pandemic, at Recreation Park starting Saturday. Reservations are required to attend. All events will have designated family reservation spots to maintain 6 feet of space between those outside...

Virtual Film Program Connects Girls Globally as They Learn From Professionals

Registration for three-week class now open Girls In Focus will conduct their filmmaking program using cutting edge, proprietary brand-new editing software from the U.K. by Blackbird to make films remotely and redefine traditional filmmaking. Working in small groups with A-list industry professional teachers such as...

New Book Recounts History of Monrovia in 1887

A new 300-page book by author Richard Singer tells the story of Monrovia in 1887 – as the town became the fourth city to be incorporated in Los Angeles County. Singer, who previously wrote “Renaissance Years: A History of Modern...

Monrovians Larry Spicer and Keiko Sakatani Featured at Autry Museum Event

Internationally, Route 66 is viewed as an expression of something uniquely American — a blend of freedom, the open road and adventure. Signs for the highway can be found all over Europe and Asia, and the myth of Route 66 draws hundreds...

What’s Canceled and What Isn’t This Summer in Monrovia

Given that large gatherings continue to be prohibited to slow the spread of COVID-19 and to ensure the health and safety of the community, the City of Monrovia has modified the 2020 summer events. This summer, the City of Monrovia is holding...
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