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Dates Announced for 2017 Oxnard Salsa Festival

Dates Announced for 2017 Oxnard Salsa Festival

Dates for the 24th Annual Oxnard Salsa Festival are July 29 and 30, 2017. Attracting visitors from throughout southern California, the festival is a celebration of salsa – the food, music and dance. It takes place at Plaza Park, Fifth and “B” streets in historic downtown Oxnard from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. both days. […]

Nazi persecution of gays topic of lecture: Free presentation scheduled Feb. 23 at Cal Lutheran

Nazi persecution of gays topic of lecture:  Free presentation scheduled Feb. 23 at Cal Lutheran

A theologian will discuss state-sponsored persecution of sexual minorities in Nazi Germany at California Lutheran University on Thursday, Feb. 23. Professor Samuel Torvend from Pacific Lutheran University will discuss “The Passion of Robert Oelbermann: The Persecution of Homosexuals in Nazi Germany” at 7 p.m. in Overton Hall on the Thousand Oaks campus. Cal Lutheran’s Division […]

Found Photographs Give Rare Glimpse of Daily Life in 1930s Mexico — Opened February 4th!

Found Photographs Give Rare Glimpse of Daily Life in 1930s Mexico — Opened February 4th!

The Santa Paula Art Museum’s latest offering is an exciting whodunit detective story-turned-exhibition entitled The 1936 Mexican Snapshot Mystery. Over 900 vintage photographs – captured by three different photographers while on a 1936 trip through central Mexico – were recently discovered in an estate in Santa Paula, California. The journey to discover the truth behind […]

OC Literature and Arts and Lecture Series Spring 2017

OC Literature and Arts and Lecture Series Spring 2017

OXNARD COLLEGE: 4000 S. ROSE AVENUE, OXNARD, CA 93033 Sponsored by Oxnard College. For info, contact: SHELLEY SAVREN, [email protected] * 805.986.5800 x 1951 These events are FREE to the public and are interpreted for the deaf and hard of hearing. Parking costs $2. A Once in a Lifetime Chance: Dr. David Carrasco, the Anthropologist and Historian of Religions from […]

Expert will discuss the future of food: Cal Lutheran presentations to look at ethical questions

Expert will discuss the future of food: Cal Lutheran presentations to look at ethical questions

Food systems of the future and the ethical questions they raise will be the topic of free lectures at California Lutheran University. Paul B. Thompson, an expert on food sources and community ethics, will discuss “Probing Future Foods” during the annual Harold Stoner Clark Lectures on Tuesday, Feb. 21, in Samuelson Chapel on the Thousand […]

TheTRENDTalk Show Launches With A Limitless Reach to Over 140 Million Viewers

TheTRENDTalk Show Launches With A Limitless Reach to Over 140 Million Viewers

Over 140 Million Viewers ‘ TheTRENDTalk Show Launches With A Limitless Reach to Over 140 Million Viewers Executive Produced by Hosts Bel Hernandez and Naibe Reynoso in Association with Latino PBS TheTRENDTalk, the American TV talk show highlighting the latest trends and specifically highlighting Latino accomplishments, innovators, and trending topics, launches production on its first season […]

Get Yourself Out Friday Night

Get Yourself Out Friday Night

Greetings!                                                                                                                                    Greetings!  … You are invited to enjoy an intimate night with Saint Pierre and special guests at the WAV. Guitar artist, featuring Nathan Naugle, singer song writer with original songs, plus Lucy Jane, kid artist presenting 9 new art work creations. It’s going to be a fun night starting at 6pm. […]

Young Artists Ensemble Presents Disney’s The Little Mermaid

Young Artists Ensemble Presents Disney’s The Little Mermaid

Young Artists Ensemble presents Disney’s THE LITTLE MERMAID directed by Suzanne Tobin.  Performances are February 3-19, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 and Saturdays and Sundays at 2:00.  All performances are in the Theatre on the Hill at the Hillcrest Center for the Arts, 403 West Hillcrest Drive. [NOTE:  There will be four performances with the […]

Uncover a Weekend of Mysteries at the Santa Paula Art Museum

Uncover a Weekend of Mysteries at the Santa Paula Art Museum

“The 1936 Mexican Snapshot Mystery” Exhibition and Free Family Day Event Ask Museum Visitors to Play the Role of Detective Premiere Reception of “The 1936 Mexican Snapshot Mystery”: Saturday, February 4, 2017, from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. $10 Museum Members, $15 General Public Free Family Day – Mysteries at the Museum: Sunday, February 5, […]

‘The Cat that Changed America’ accepted to the Santa Barbara International Film Festival

‘The Cat that Changed America’ accepted to the Santa Barbara International Film Festival

‘The Cat that Changed America’ about P22 mountain lion, the most famous cat in America, which has been officially accepted by the Santa Barbara International Film Festival in February (1st-11th). Are you interested in writing an article on the making of the film to tie in with the film premiere? P22 mountain lion and the […]