accessibility Archives – BikinginLA

accessibility Archives – BikinginLA

More Bike Week news. The Pasadena Complete Streets Coalition is teaming with Day One to host a free evening taco ride tonight. Pasadena’s Day One is hosting a bike-in movie Saturday night, screening Together We Cyclea documentary about the history of bicycling in the Netherlands. Santa Clarita is hosting a Bike to Work Week Challenge … Read more

New Viant and IRIS.TV Partnership Brings Exclusive TV Segments to Marketers | News

New Viant and IRIS.TV Partnership Brings Exclusive TV Segments to Marketers |  News

IRVINE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 17, 2022– Viant Technology Inc. (NASDAQ: DSP), a leading people-based advertising software company, today announced it has partnered with IRIS.TV, the only data platform built for video. This new partnership brings a first-of-its-kind solution integrating IRIS-enabled insights into the Viant ® Household ID, empowering marketers to leverage deep, contextual, cookieless TV data … Read more

Jewish Roots of LA | Los Angeles Public Library

Jewish Roots of LA |  Los Angeles Public Library

President Joseph Biden may have put it best in his 2021 proclamation on Jewish American Heritage Month: “The Jewish American experience is a story of faith, fortitude, and progress. It is a quintessential American experience—one that is connected to key tenets of American identity, including our Nation’s commitment to freedom of religion and conscience.” We … Read more

1st African surf shop in US opens in California

1st African surf shop in US opens in California

LOS ANGELES — Surf shops and Southern California go together like sand and beaches. But there’s a new surf shop like no other, and it’s in Venice Beach. Mami Wata is the first African surf shop in the country. Selema Masekela is a surfer and has stepped into a wetsuit many times. What You Need … Read more

Jewish Roots of LA | Los Angeles Public Library

Jewish Roots of LA |  Los Angeles Public Library

President Joseph Biden may have put it best in his 2021 proclamation on Jewish American Heritage Month: “The Jewish American experience is a story of faith, fortitude, and progress. It is a quintessential American experience—one that is connected to key tenets of American identity, including our Nation’s commitment to freedom of religion and conscience.” We … Read more

`Top Chef’ Leads Nominees for Critics Choice Real TV Awards

`Top Chef’ Leads Nominees for Critics Choice Real TV Awards

HOLLYWOOD, CA — “Top Chef” earned a leading five nominations today for the fourth annual Critics Choice Real TV Awards, honoring unscripted programming since the past year. The Bravo program was nominated for best competition series, along with “Chopped,” “Making It,” “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” “The Amazing Race” and “The Great British Baking Show.’ ‘ “Top … Read more

Los Angeles Art Dealer David Kordansky Opens New York Gallery – The Hollywood Reporter

Los Angeles Art Dealer David Kordansky Opens New York Gallery – The Hollywood Reporter

Even though the city has long nurtured generations of pioneering artists, much has been written about how Los Angeles has finally arrived in recent months amid the arrival of major enterprises, including Lisson and David Zwirner. But the reverse happened May 6 in New York when the LA-based David Kordansky Gallery opened a 5,000-square-foot branch … Read more

Images Out of Time Seminar > Visual Studies Research Institute > USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences

Images Out of Time Seminar > Visual Studies Research Institute > USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences

“The old light of dead or distant stars. . . reaches us only in the present. Many historical events, like astronomical bodies, also occur long before they appear.” — George Kubler The Shape of Time: Remarks on the History of Things(1962) This seminar considers how images travel through time, dropping in and out of linear … Read more