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March 23, 2009 | Steve Padilla
In the quiet gardens of the Self-Realization Fellowship Mother Center, the monastics like to tell the sweet story of the swami, the horticulturist and the cactus. That parable-like tale -- which we'll get to in just a bit -- was one of the many discoveries during "City of the Seekers," a tour of spiritual locations organized this month by the Los Angeles Conservancy. Subtitled "L.A.'
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December 3, 1988 | JOHN DART, Times Religion Writer
The Episcopal Church Diocese of Los Angeles, which serves 80,000 parishioners in Southern California, will build a $6-million headquarters overlooking Echo Park Lake in Los Angeles. Bishop Frederick H. Borsch, in an address prepared for delivery today at the diocese's convention at the Anaheim Hilton, said the new center will be built at the present site of a church that houses St. Athanasius and St. Paul Church, the oldest congregation in the diocese.
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December 22, 1990 | DOUG SMITH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A former Echo Park gang member-turned-muralist began repainting his best-known work Friday after Los Angeles officials agreed to pay for the paint as compensation for damage caused by a graffiti-removal crew. At a subdued and wind-chilled ceremony, 29-year-old electrician Ruben Brucelyn put the first daubs of color back into his portrayal of four glowing faces that once graced the gloomy Sunset Boulevard underpass near Echo Park Lake.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 26, 2008 | David C. Nichols
The theater can entertain, provoke and, every so often, involve us. There lies the pull of "Inside Private Lives" at Fremont Centre Theatre. On paper, this interactive theater piece, where we talk back to controversial 20th century figures, seems like a gimmick. On stage, it delivers a uniquely enjoyable, invigorating experience, courtesy of the amazing concentration of a rotating cast and the variables supplied by any given audience. Under the direction of Lee Michael Cohn (and guest director Geoffrey Owens)
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April 10, 1993 | Times researcher NONA YATES
Here are some of the sunrise services being held around the Southland on Easter: BUENA PARK: Knott's Berry Farm, (714) 671-1121. Sponsored by Orange County Southern Baptist Assn. Gerald Dacus will speak. 6 a.m. COVINA: Forest Lawn Memorial-Park, (213) 254-3131. Sponsored by Covina Chamber of Commerce, Covina and West Covina Ministerial Assns. Lawrence Witherspoon, minister and director of Campus Ministries, Azusa Pacific University, will speak. 6 a.m.
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May 28, 2009 | Elaine Woo
Rolf K. McPherson, a major figure in the Pentecostal movement who for 44 years guided the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel founded by his mother, charismatic evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson, died of natural causes May 21 at his Los Feliz home, according to a church spokesman. He was 96.
NEWS
August 2, 1990 | DOUG SMITH
An unexpectedly vigorous contest to select Echo Park's first honorary mayor is winding to a conclusion with an apparent dark horse winner thumbing his nose at the competition. "They never thought I could do this to them," said William Toro, proprietor of the boathouse at Echo Park Lake. Toro is gloating over what appears to be an insurmountable lead over the favorite, grocer Leonard Leum. "They can't believe how popular I am!" he said.
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October 9, 1990 | ERIC LICHTBLAU, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Sister Aimee" would have been 100 today. But for some among the throngs of followers worldwide of Aimee Semple McPherson--radio evangelist, faith healer, honorary fire chief and charismatic lightning rod of the Los Angeles religious community of the 1920s, '30s and '40s--this is a time for more than just idle celebration. Yes, there's some earnest historical reconstruction afoot. Some believe the matter is best forgotten.
NEWS
September 15, 1988 | Doug Smith
The Penguins and the Night Owls are fictional gangs that fight with psyche-jolting blanks under the arched windows and domed ceiling of the 3,000-seat theater in Angelus Temple. The rival gangs are the protagonist and antagonist of "Smile Now, Cry Later," a church-sponsored drama that depicts the metamorphosis of a group of kids into one of the gangs that increasingly fight with real bullets on the streets just beyond the temple walls.
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April 18, 1994 | CECILIA RASMUSSEN and Source: Los Angeles Conservancy
1. CHATSWORTH COMMUNITY CHURCH (1903) * Oakwood Memorial Park 22601 Lassen St. Chatsworth The oldest Protestant church in the San Fernando Valley sits on a cemetery knoll. It features a picturesque bell tower and classic New England church architecture. It originally stood at Topanga Boulevard near Devonshire Street and Western film stars Roy Rogers and Dale Evans were active members in the 1940s and 1950s.
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