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The Tribe Magazine: The Focus Is On Inclusion

Author: Rebecca Steinberger – Published Mar 07 2013 Obtaining a higher education might be common, but finding work related to your area of study afterward can be a challenge. This makes vocational programs attractive, and …

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Autism Spectrum Disorders: Lights! Camera! Action!

Posted by puzzledperson on January 18, 2016  /   No Comments

Autism Spectrum Disorders: Lights! Camera! Action! Posted by Merle Huerta in Autism Spectrum Disorders, Health/Safety, Parenting, School Age, Teens On September 19, 2014 Seth Shulman, a 29-year-old, self-taught film editor, cinematographer, documentary film maker, and …

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Los Angeles Times: “Forgotten by time, but not out of style” by Larry Harnisch

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A block south of Pershing Square, Marc Chevalier strolls along Olive Street in a flawless 60-year-old Oviatt suit of shimmering white silk. Despite its age, the design is so up to date that he could …

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Los Angeles Times: Landmarks – The Oviatt Building

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The James Oviatt Building: The Bespoke Brilliance and Pretension Behind an Art Deco Masterpiece

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Joey Travolta transforms special needs students into super show business talents

Six individuals get the job experience of a lifetime when they are hired as crew and travel across the country to work at Joey Travolta’s summer film camps. Here their skills as film students and …

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