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Heron at the LA River found at http://lariverwild.wordpress.com.

Dear Readers, I am absolutely thrilled that my return to the blogging world coincides with new exciting works from  Cornerstone:

LA River lovers! Join us on Tuesday, March 24 for a reading of Flow, a play about the Los Angeles River, written by Julie Hébert. The latest play in Cornerstone’s Justice Cycle, Flow is a work-in-progress that explores environmental justice through the lens of the LA River and the communities that live, work and play along it. Date and Time: Tuesday, March 24, 2009 7-10pm Location: Farmlab @ the Metabolic Studios 1745 Spring Street, Unit 4 Los Angeles, CA 90012. A community partner for Flow, Farmlab is the team behind downtown LA’s Not a Cornfield project, an art installation back in 2005-2006. As a think tank, art production studio, and cultural performance venue, Farmlab is a short-term multi-disciplinary investigation of land use issues that are related to sustainability, livability, and health. For more information on Farmlab, click here.

Cornerstone’s Teatro Jornalero Sin Fronteras, a theater troupe made up of day laborers, will be holding several performances at work sites all across the greater Los Angeles area over the next two weeks.

See below for specific dates, times and locations. Come show your support!

Monday, March 16 @ 8am
Union/Wilshire Job Center
1675 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90017

Tuesday, March 17 @ 9am
Pasadena Job Center
500 N. Lake Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91101

Wednesday, March 18 @ 9am
Cypress Park Job Center
2055 N. Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, CA 90065

Thursday, March 19 @ 9am
Downtown Job Center
1813 S. Main St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015

Monday, March 23 @ 9am
Hollywood Job Center
5569 W. DeLongpre Ave.
Hollywood, CA 90028

Thursday, March 26 @ 8:30am
Harbor City Job Center
PCH & Figueroa Pl.
Harbor City, CA  90744

Friday, March 27 @ 9:30am
West LA Job Center
11299 W Exposition Blvd.
West LA, CA 90064

Click here for more information about the performances.

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