Walk in the footsteps of our students as educators guide you through interactive science experiences. Enjoy locally sourced food by Gjusta (part of the Gjelina family), recently listed as one of America's Best New Restaurants in 2015 by Bon Appétit, wine by a variety of local winemakers and beer by Firestone Walker Brewing Company. Be inspired by principal Beth Bernstein-Yamashiro, Ed.D. of Environmental Charter Middle School while you browse the G2 Gallery's unique collection of Yosemite photography.
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This two-night guitar festival will feature amazing guitarists, including the incomparable David Lindley of Jackson Browne and Ry Cooder fame, covering a variety of genres and styles of playing. Night...
535 West Roses Road, San Gabriel, 91775
6:30pm to 9:30pm
Monks, Music, & Restorative Justice
A fundraiser to benefit PRISM Restorative Justice
(San Gabriel, CA - September 24, 2015) Join the monks of the Community of Divine Love at 6:30pm on October 9 at the Church of Our Saviour in San Gabriel, as they present a unique and magical evening of music with Cyprian Consiglio. The fundraising event also includes wine and sweet & savory refreshments. Attendees are invited to participate in a Silent Auction with all proceeds benefiting PRISM Restorative Justice.
Cyprian Consiglio is a Camaldolese monk, musician, composer, author and teacher. Both his music and his teaching revolve around the Universal Call to Contemplation through spirituality and the arts. He has recorded numerous collections of original music. Cyprian has a great love for comparative religion, and has published two books: Prayer in the Cave of the Heart and Spirit, Soul, Body. He has traveled the world performing as well as studying and teaching.
Prism Restorative Justice is engaged in spiritual care with the incarcerated community in the L.A. county jails and is committed to bringing a voice to the struggle of the marginalized of our society.
What: Monks, Music, & Restorative Justice
Where: Church of Our Saviour, 535 West Roses Road, San Gabriel, CA 91775
When: Friday, October 9, 2015; 6:30pm-9:30pm
Tickets: $75 per person ($35 students with ID)
Information: 626.703.4474 or [email protected]
3269 Casitas Ave. Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 90039
On October 3, 1995, tensions ran high across Los Angeles as people awaited the verdict in the O.J. Simpson murder trial. Twenty years to the day, David McMillan’s new play returns to the scene with a passionate, multi-racial perspective on that crucial day. As the play’s characters patronize the Perfect Fit Cleaners and neighboring businesses, a volatile discussion about race and social class bubbles to the surface, one that is more relevant than ever.
"As a black teen growing up in L.A., I was fascinated by how people were watching the trial. Specifically, how everybody was viewing the trial through their own distinct racial, cultural, and historical lens. Even now, 'the facts' of the case are often beside the point -- what's illuminating is how we look at those facts. Twenty years later, if the trial can force us to look at our friends, neighbors, co-workers, and most of all at ourselves and our own prejudices and biases -- perhaps some good can come from Nicole and Ron's tragic deaths. Maybe in remembering, we'll appreciate how much race relations have improved since 1995, or how much they haven't," said playwright David McMillan