New Roads School

New Roads School – A Private School with a Public Purpose New Roads is a school that looks like Los Angeles – a diverse, entrepreneurial community of learners, dreamers, and innovators. Diversity is at our core of our institution, an inspiring, inclusive, intellectually and creatively rigorous learning community that prepares students for college, career, personal fulfillment, civic life, and for0

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New podcasts uploaded — 23 of them

Twenty-three new podcasts uploaded!  They are available for free via iTunes.  Enjoy. New podcasts feature Amy Tan, Patton Oswalt, Walter Isaacson, Robert Kirkman, David Frum, Jenifer Lewis, Marc Maron, Denis Leary, Dan Rather, Tim Ferriss, Chris Matthews, Russell Brand and more…. When Live Talks Los Angeles was launched in 2010, we made a commitment to make available an archive of all our0

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Conversation….Community…. and a Nosh! 

Border Grill Food Truck will be onsite for two upcoming Live Talks Los Angeles events:  David Mamet, Feb 26, and Patton Oswalt, Mar 5! You’ve asked for it—an inexpensive bite before a great conversation.  Starting February 26th and at select LiveTalks Los Angeles events this spring we are making arrangements to have food trucks available before and after events. The BORDER GRILL0

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Live Talks Los Angeles Media Facilities

Live Talks Los Angeles Media Facilities Our office is located in The Reef, formerly the LA Mart Building at 1933 South Broadway, downtown Los Angeles.  We are on 11th floor — the Maker City LA floor. Maker City LA is a workspace and venue for creative teams, designers, entrepreneurs, nonprofits and businesses. For touring authors, we offer the following services0

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Q and A with Charmaine Craig, author of Miss Burma

  What drew you to write this story?  I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t both intrigued and frightened by the myth of my mother and her native country, by their secrets and contradictions. My mother was generally quiet about the subject of her past in Burma, but I knew from my American father that she had been a0

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