Saturday, October 22, 2016

Eagle Rock art center expands after-school program; Glassell Park Goodwill to hold “Blowout Prom Sale”; expanded role for Echo Park nightclub booker

MOrning Report

  • Center for the Arts The Eagle Rock received a $25,000 grant from the S. Mark Taper Foundation to expand its after-school arts program to four additional campuses. CFAER
  • The Goodwill Southern California will hold its first, one-day “Blowout Prom Sale” at its Glassell Park store, where “gently used” and new cocktail and formal dresses as well as tuxedos and suits will be sold for as low as $9.99. Goodwill
  • Elizabeth ”Liz” Garo, who books musical acts at The Echo and Echoplex, has been promoted to oversee talent booking for all the venues and events produced by Spaceland Presents, which operates the two Echo Park nightclubs in addition to The Regent Theater and other venues. Spaceland Presents
  • Dahlia Heights Elementary Holds Silent Auction. School Yard

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One comment

  1. I love that the Goodwill is doing this. Anyone can afford a 9.00 dress. That Goodwill is fabulous!

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