White Los Angeles Against White Supremacy
Anything L.A. – Los Angeles Liberal Magazine – unequivocally condemns white supremacy, hate groups, hate crimes AND white hypocrisy in Washington D.C. In the same spirit, we suspend all further activity (including our newsletter) until the United States of America have a President that represents the majority of Americans.
As much as we tried to pretend that Los Angeles is an island, it isn’t. We, our city and our values are threatened by the actions of – and statements from – the White House. It isn’t possible to provide coverage of our city while ignoring United States’ news and the world’s reactions to them.
For the record: Anything L.A. – Los Angeles Liberal Magazine – is published and run by white people who are American patriots and support American values. American values don’t include the destruction of natural environment, intentional acceleration of global warming, economic discrimination, divisiveness, racial discrimination, walls that divide nations, religious discrimination, immigration policy that rips families apart, hate groups, hate crime, relentless attempts to deprive Americans of healthcare, a return to the dark days of Confederacy, violence or vandalism. Read more
Rhinestone Cowboy Rode Off At 81
Glen Campbell, the beloved Rhinestone Cowboy, rode off into the sunset, for the final time. The extra-ordinary artist was born as the “12th child and seventh son of a dirt poor sharecropper born in the depths of the depression on April 22, 1936”. He wasn’t treated and cultivated as a child-prodigy, mind you. He wasn’t given an education to help him get started on the right foot. But his father bought him a toy guitar when Glen was only 4 years old…. It seems like that one little toy guitar determined the course of Glen Campbell’s life.
Nothing was given to Campbell; nothing fell into his lap. One of the largest obstacles he had to overcome was his inability to write or read music… Still, his virtuosity on the guitar earned him the opportunities he deserved. Before embarking on a solo career, Glen Campbell as a guitarist was in high demand by such stars as Elvis, Frank Sinatra and The Beach Boys. Having established himself within the music industry first, when Glen Campbell went solo he was well-prepared for stardom and stardom is what he achieved in both country and pop music. Among the most popular are: “Southern Nights”, “Rhinestone Cowboy”, “By the Time I Get to Phoenix”, “Wichita Lineman” and “Galveston”. His hits marked milestones in our lives and are as much part of American history as his rags to riches life story. Read more
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Entertainment In L.A. & Celebrity News
Los Angeles Concerts Rescheduled
Daryl Hall & John Oates and Tears for Fears have rescheduled their California tour dates to the following dates below.
- Thursday, September 14 STAPLES Center Los Angeles, CA
- Friday, September 15 STAPLES Center Los Angeles, CA
- Sunday, September 17 SAP Center San Jose, CA
For the two (2) Los Angeles dates:
- The July 28 tickets will be honored for the September 14 date.
- The July 29 tickets will be honored for the September 15 date.
All original tickets will be honored for these rescheduled dates (fans who are not able to attend the new dates are eligible for refunds at point of purchase). Read more
Time Marches On, The Investigation Continues
President Trump left for 17 day vacation during which several renovations will be completed in the White House. Having repeatedly criticized President Obama for golfing and vacationing, President Trump took 75 days off during his first 200 days in the Oval Office.
But even with President Trump playing golf for the next 17 days, with the Senate and Congress on a summer break, Special Counsel Robert Mueller continues working.
He has empanelled a grand jury for his Russian collusion investigation. He has begun issuing subpoenas and requesting documents, including the President’s financial and business records. Robert Mueller enjoys a sterling reputation as well as respect on both sides of the political aisle. President Trump has been warned on several occasions that an attempt to fire Mueller will backfire and once again (as it was the case with his firing of the FBI Director James Comey) create the appearance of intentional obstruction of justice. Read more