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Rob McCoy: “Culture driven by sex…sexual liberation, political control”

Rob McCoy: “Culture driven by sex…sexual liberation, political control”

  . By Michael Hernandez NEWBURY PARK—“The culture is driven by sex,” said Councilman Rob McCoy at his Valentine’s Day American Legacy lecture at Godspeak Calvary Chapel, 2697 Lavery Ct.   “Sex sells and is the driving force in culture.” McCoy said that St. Augustine, wrote about libido dominandi—sexual liberation and political control (Book 1) of […]

KING TUT: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh coming to Los Angeles

KING TUT: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh coming to Los Angeles

 Canopic coffinette of Tutankhamun TICKETS GO ON SALE TO THE PUBLIC  TUESDAY, JANUARY 16! Buy Tickets World Premiere — Saturday, March 24 To celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the discovery of King Tut’s tomb, the California Science Center is proud to present the world premiere of KING TUT: TREASURES OF THE GOLDEN PHARAOH—the largest King Tut exhibition […]

The Cure for Weinstein is a Cultural Change

The Cure for Weinstein is a Cultural Change

. by Thomas L. Knapp How many women did Harvey Weinstein victimize?  When did he  start down the continuum leading from Hollywood’s shamefully tolerated “casting couch”  overtures to  increasingly flagrant sexual harassment, and finally (if we believe his accusers, as I think we should) open sexual assault? We’ll probably never know. But one thing we […]

Seven Ways Trump Is Taking Back America’s Culture

Seven Ways Trump Is Taking Back America’s Culture

by DR. SUSAN BERRY Andrew Breitbart famously said, “Politics is downstream of culture,” and while establishment Republicans seem unwilling to defend America’s culture and values on many fronts, President Donald Trump is already changing the country’s politics by taking back its culture from progressives. Here’s how he is doing it: 1. Trump announces ban on transgenders in military: Trump’s […]

Ventura-based arts non-profits invited to apply by June 22, 2017 for Cultural Funding Program 2017-2018

Ventura-based arts non-profits invited to apply by June 22, 2017 for Cultural Funding Program 2017-2018

Applications and guidelines are now available online for the City of Ventura 2017-2018 Cultural Funding Program at www.cityofventura.net/cfp. Apply by Thursday, June 22, for the City of Ventura Office of Cultural Affairs 2017-18 Cultural Funding Program Grants. The program is open to any Ventura-based arts non-profit.  All organizations will be required to provide proof of […]

The Civic Cost of Illegal Immigration

The Civic Cost of Illegal Immigration

By Victor Davis Hanson, March 28, 2017 In the abstract, open-borders advocates argue that in a globalized culture, borders are becoming reactionary and artificial constructs. They should not interrupt more natural ebbs and flows of migrant populations. More concretely, an array of vested interests sees advantage in dismantling the border: employers in hospitality, construction, food […]

Scandinavian Festival returns after hiatus Performers, crafts, food will fill Cal Lutheran campus

Scandinavian Festival returns after hiatus Performers, crafts, food will fill Cal Lutheran campus

After a one-year hiatus, one of the largest Nordic festivals in the western United States will return to California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks on April 1 and 2. The 42nd Scandinavian Festival will celebrate the cultures of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and the Sami people from the Arctic regions of Scandinavia. The festival […]

The Latino Art & Cultural Center of Oxnard

The Latino Art & Cultural Center of Oxnard

.   By Armando Vazquez, M.Ed. The dream of a Latino Arts and Cultural Center in California began for me in 1973, when a groups of us Chicano college students at California State University Northridge, founded El Jardin de Flor y Canto, an arts and cultural center in the barrio of Pacoima. So began the […]

Expert will discuss the future of food: Cal Lutheran presentations to look at ethical questions

Expert will discuss the future of food: Cal Lutheran presentations to look at ethical questions

Food systems of the future and the ethical questions they raise will be the topic of free lectures at California Lutheran University. Paul B. Thompson, an expert on food sources and community ethics, will discuss “Probing Future Foods” during the annual Harold Stoner Clark Lectures on Tuesday, Feb. 21, in Samuelson Chapel on the Thousand […]

FX “Legion” Announces Immersive Art Experiences

FX “Legion” Announces Immersive Art Experiences

Three-Day New York Art Exhibit, Legion Where?House, Featuring Original Art by Renowned Artists Five Augmented Reality Murals in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco Exclusive Art Made Available to Fans in 56 Comic Book Store Locations Throughout the US FX Networks announced a bold and exciting art-inspired initiatives to celebrate the long-awaited February 8th […]

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