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February 20th, 2019 by

 BLACK PANTHER GALLERY FROM 1968 RECREATED AT S.F. ART INSTITUTE

Jan. 29, 2019

Sam Whiting, San Francisco Chronicle

Never released photographs of Black Panther daily life are on display at the Art Institute in San Francisco. The display opens January 31 and shows how Black Panthers weren’t the way the media portrayed them.


“ROUNDING THIRD” PERFORMED BY CARDINAL STAGE

Jan. 28, 2019

Indiana Public Media

“Rounding Third” will be presented at the John Waldron Arts Center Auditorium on January 28. The show stars two different coaches as they attempt to guide the Little League team to their versions of success. Curtains open at 7:30 p.m.


UCLA TO HOST JAZZ BENEFIT ON JACKIE ROBINSON’S 100 BIRTHDAY

Jan 9. 2019

Bill Shaikin, Los Angeles Times

On February 5, UCLA will host a jazz concert for charity to honor Jackie Robinson. The event is at Royce Hall and features musicians Arturo Sandoval and Bernie Williams. The proceeds are split to the Robinson estate and Jackie Robinson Foundation.


BUDDHIST CENTER OBSERVES 40 BIRTHDAY

Dec. 27, 2018

Tracy Zollinger Turner, Bloom Magazine

The Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center (TMBCC) turned 40 years old in December. TBMCC started with a donation of 108 acres in 1978. Founder Thubten Jigme Norbu, brother of the Dali Lama, was given the donation.


CITIZEN’S APPROVE OF SUNDAY ALCOHOL SALES

April 19, 2018

Caitlin Seitz, Bloomington Beat

Bloomington citizens can now purchase alcohol on Sunday. Indiana residents now enjoy the option to purchase alcohol until 8 p.m. Lawmakers believe the alcohol on Sunday sales were due to heavy lobbing influence in the statehouse.