It can be hard to know where to start writing about someone when you admire them so much. So I'll just dive in: I think the world of actress and author Candis Cayne. When I moved to New York City for college, her performances were the stuff of legends among my theater major roommates. Her name always seemed to be in the air and it was always mentioned with deep reverence and admiration. But it wasn't until her appearance on I Am Cait that I got to learn more about her personal and political…
This piece of art work by Saul Bass is called Anatomy of a murder which has been produced as a film poster. Saul Bass: Born: May 8th 1920 the bronx new york city Died april 25th 1996 los angeles california united states. Education: james monroe high school, brooklyn college, art students league of new york.
The older campuses of UCLA- second campus, on Vermont Avenue, or most of the 1910s and 1920s. Then the southern branch of the California State Normal School moved to the Vermont Ave. campus in 1914 from downtown LA. In 1919 it became absorbed into the UC system and attained University status. It quickly outgrew this campus which is why it moved to Westwood in 1929. This Vermont Avenue campus is now the location of Los Angeles City College.
Students picket to save Los Angeles Mission College, June 27, 1986. In 1986, Governor Deukmejian reduced the state education budget, which forced Los Angeles to cut back education spending. The city contemplated closing at least one of the campuses in the Los Angeles City College District, which was met with protests by students and community members. Robert and Betty Franklin Collection. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.