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La Palma sisters and members of The Nesting Dolls play their own brand of music influenced by family

Wednesday, 05 August 2015 02:27 Written by
Sisters Mikayla and Marlena Khramov are singers, songwriters and instrumentalists who grew up around Russian folk music, were once awed by an Elvis impersinator and dig ‘80s rock, surf music and the rockabilly scene. The La Palma sisters, who perform as The Nesting Dolls, invented their own genre to pay tribute to their musical influences: Russian-American Rock-n-Folk-n-Roll-a-Billy. The Nesting Dolls have been sharing their sound with more and more audiences. They’ve played gigs
Driver Who Killed Honeymooner at LA Beach Seeks New Trial
Wednesday, 05 August 2015 02:27 Written by
The driver who killed a honeymooner on the tourist-crowded Venice Beach boardwalk and injured 17 others is seeking a new trial. Nathan Campbell is scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday in a Los Angeles courtroom for second-degree murder and other charges. The sentencing could be postponed because Campell's lawyer says he will ask a judge to give the 40-year-old Colorado man a new trial. Campbell was convicted in June of murdering Italian newlywed Alice Gruppioni
John Legend Joins Movie Musical La La Land
Wednesday, 05 August 2015 02:06 Written by
The All of Me hitmaker is heading to the big screen for the comedy drama, which features Gosling and Stone as two aspiring artists who fall in love while trying to find fame in Los Angeles. Although Legend scored an Oscar for his track Glory with Common for Selma earlier this year (15), this marks the singer's second foray into acting. He previously had a small role in Samuel L. Jackson's 2008 film,
NextDayBetter convenes leaders of LA Filipino food movement
Wednesday, 05 August 2015 00:46 Written by
By Christina Oriel Published: August 5, 2015 | No Comments SINCE its founding in 2013, NextDayBetter has been building a platform where changemakers, community leaders and innovators can assemble and share their stories. Branded as a “creative speaker and food series for diaspora communities around the world,” NextDayBetter has expanded globally to nine cities in four countries with events
Intel Putting $5M Toward Georgia Tech Diversity Push
Wednesday, 05 August 2015 00:07 Written by
August 4, 2015 | : Tweet by Catherine Morris Dr. Gary S. May is dean of Georgia Tech’s College of Engineering. The Georgia Institute of Technology will receive $5 million over the next five years from Intel to increase the number of minorities and
St. Bernard Parish Council asks Dave Peralta to step down
Tuesday, 04 August 2015 23:48 Written by
The St. Bernard Parish council is asking embattled Parish President Dave Peralta to vacate his position. Related Hispanic population fights to stay in...Two public hearings set to discuss...Grand jury indicts St. Bernard...
LISTEN to Newcomer Babs Savage’s New Hit ‘La La’ – A Unique Twist on the Delfonic’s Classic
Tuesday, 04 August 2015 23:46 Written by
*(Los Angeles, CA) – London’s Babs Savage (singer/songwriter) has released her new single “La La” in America and it’s getting much love. Obviously Babs put her own unique twist on the Delfonics’ 1968 classic “La La Means I Love You.” Bab’s “La La” entered the Urban AC Charts at #138 and moved up to 74 within a week. In fact, it was the 2nd most added song on entry to the Billboard charts. Expectantly, it
St. Bernard Parish asks Dave Peralta to step down
Tuesday, 04 August 2015 23:38 Written by
The St. Bernard Parish council is asking embattled Parish President Dave Peralta to vacate his position. Related Hispanic population fights to stay in...Two public hearings set to discuss...Grand jury indicts St. Bernard...
LISTEN to Newcomer Babs Savage’s New Hit ‘La La’ – A Twist on the Delfonic’s Classic
Tuesday, 04 August 2015 23:31 Written by
*(Los Angeles, CA) – London’s Babs Savage (singer/songwriter) has released her new single “La La” in America and it’s getting much love. Obviously Babs put her own unique twist on the Delfonics’ 1968 classic “La La Means I Love You.” Bab’s “La La” entered the Urban AC Charts at #138 and moved up to 74 within a week. In fact, it was the 2nd most added song on entry to the Billboard charts. Expectantly, it
L.A. County takes a step toward moratorium on electronic dance music events
Tuesday, 04 August 2015 23:17 Written by
The two women who collapsed and died from suspected drug overdoses at the Hard Summer music festival last weekend were among nearly 30 people taken from the Los Angeles County fairgrounds event by ambulance because of serious drug and alcohol intoxication, authorities said. Two of the patients were placed in intensive care units and remained hospitalized Tuesday, according to Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis, whose district includes the county-owned Fairplex in Pomona. "Some of…
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