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The Vincent Price Art Museum at East Los Angeles College
At its inception, the Vincent Price Art Museum—a small building in the center of the East Los Angeles College campus—was a novel institution. The collection that anchored the gallery was donated by the college’s benefactor, actor Vincent Price, in the ‘50s.
It’s Complicated: Sterling, the Clippers, and Race
It was the worst of times, it was the best of times; people acted ignorant, people with cooler heads prevailed.
There’s recently been trouble on the racism front in professional sports in both Los Angeles and in Boston; in basketball and hockey, respectively. (And there’s probably some ugly behavior that’s happened at points in between, but that’s gone unreported.)