Inspired Futures AI, a Seattle-area EdTech startup, is set to partner with Pacific Northwest schools at this month’s NCCE (Northwest Council for Computer Education) conference. The company will give away free six-month trial subscriptions of their special education classroom solution, – click to read more.
Weekends wearing you out? If you’re ending your weekends feeling exhausted, alone, and financially drained from the long, expensive nights out, then I invite you to join #SoberSatuday with Loosid. If you’re looking to spend time with like-minded sober individuals – click to read more.
California collected more than 1.2 million pounds of batteries through the Call2Recycle program in 2018 – making California the number five state for battery recycling in 2018. Did you know that batteries that are trashed or improperly recycled can contain – click to read more.
Join us as we host our next issue release party to celebrate the arrival of the 2019 Winter Issue with Ajiona Alexus. Los Angeles Travel Magazine, the go-to luxury travel resource for Southern California residents and travelers, has announced the – click to read more.
Come celebrate the best of the best during a black tie affair at Casita in Hollywood February 19, 2018. The RCA RECEPTION & AWARDS Dinner at Casita, Hollywood is an industry event which is exclusive to city officials, the winners – click to read more.
California State Assembly member Adrin Nazarian joins Los Angeles City Council member Paul Koretz, Animal Hope in Legislation, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, Friends of the Earth, and Social Compassion in Legislation to announce the introduction of the Healthy Climate-Friendly – click to read more.
The Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute (LA BioMed) and BioLabs, a network of shared lab facilities designed to manage all aspects of operations for high-potential, early-stage life science companies, today announced the Spring 2019 opening of a new Los Angeles – click to read more.
In LA County, an average of 400 from 2006- 2012 were associated with a positive test for opioids. To combat this epidemic, BioCorRX [bio-core-ex], an innovative company from Southern California that has designed an implant that slowly releases naltrexone for the – click to read more.