East Los Angeles College Commencement
Nevada County Libraries need Measure A to continue and enhance library hours, preserve children's book collections, and maintain classes and technology for all Nevada County families. http://yes-on-a.com
Groups of students from East Los Angeles College have been trying to get their administration to extend the library's standard operating hours for a few years now. This video was created to collect the views of the non-traditional students not typically accounted for. Some of the guiding questions included: 1) Do you go anywhere else to do school work after the library closes? 2) Why are you unable to access the standard library operating hours? 3) If you could tell president Martinez (currect E.L.A.C. president) anything, what would you say?
Seven Selections from two 16-2/3 RPM Seeburg Basic Background Music records. The first four are from a record labeled B17 with a place in use date of July 1, 1964. The last three are from a record labeled B4 with a place in use date of October 1, 1964. Played on an ELAC Miracord 40a turntable connected to a early 1960s Fisher tube amp and Sansui SP-X7 speakers. Recorded using the built in microphone on my old Sony DCR-HC21 Handycam.
5 Stocktonians talk about why Yes on M is so important. Yes On M provides fiscally responsible, local funding that must be spent to enhance vital library and recreation services that will not only help keep kids safe, but help prepare them, and Stockton, for future success. Chip in or fInd out more at http://www.YesOnM.info Q: What is YES on M? A: YES on M is a local ballot measure supported by grassroots Stockton citizens to restore and improve library and recreation services for Stockton’s families. Neighborhood public libraries and recreation centers are one of the few community places left that benefit children, families, seniors and the disabled. YES on M will address severely limited library and recreation hours and lack of programs and technology that families across Stockton are currently left without access to. Q: Why Vote for YES on M? A: Right now, libraries and community recreation centers close early and are even closed on weekends! Yes on M will restore and enhance lost library and recreation hours and critical services our community needs. YES on M will: *Protect after-school programs for children and teens *Enhance recreation programs that keep our kids safe and out of trouble *Provide science, technology, engineering and math programs critical to our children’s future success *Provide literacy programs *Support children’s story times *Support cultural programs and classes, such as arts and crafts, music and dance Q: Is YES on M fiscally responsible? A: Yes. YES on M provides fiscally responsible, local funding that must be spent to enhance vital educational and recreational services that will not only help keep kids safe, but help prepare them, and Stockton, for future success. YES on M includes strict fiscal accountability provisions, including: * Independent Citizens Oversight to ensure proper spending of funds. * NO money can be spent on administrator salaries. * Ensures every penny is spent locally on library and recreation programs that benefit Stockton families. Q: How can I get involved in YES on M? A: Make sure you visit our endorsement page to show your support – and don’t forget to share with friends and neighbors! Please also consider contributing whatever you can afford. Restoring and improving critical recreation and library services for Stockton families will not be possible without strong community support. Q: When is YES on M the ballot? A: Look for Measure M on your November 8, 2016 ballot. You can register to vote online by the October 24 deadline at registertovote.ca.gov.
Five selections from 16-2/3 RPM Seeburg Basic records with place in use dates of October 1 and December 26, 1974. Played on my ELAC Miracord 40A turntable.
51 minutes of liquid drum and bass, featuring releases from Lenzman, Noulan and Kelayx, Dexcell and Alicia King, Invadhertz, Kybel, Jazzatron, and more in the tracklist. Continuing the second part in this month liquid DnB mini-series, this set concentrates on deep chilled and emotive tunes, with bits of vocals, ideal for after hours and winding down. Listen on Mixcloud: https://www.mixcloud.com/f1rstpers0n/ms-nightshade/ Grab this mix: http://www.mediafire.com/file/aglevvbi3n7sq4v/Ms_Nightshade_-_Liquid_Drum_and_Bass_Mix.zip Tracklist ============ 00:00 | Lenzman - Tender Love feat. Steo The North 04:50 | Need For Mirrors & Phil Tangent - Candelabra CIA DeepKut 07:04 | Noulan & Kelayx - Mystic Lights Influenza Media 09:17 | Dexcell - Moonstone (feat. Alicia King) Spearhead Recordings 13:00 | Invadhertz - Let Me Fall Absys Records 17:07 | Nuvertal - Child Strayed In Fairy Tale Influenza Media 21:57 | Natus. - Oceans Support on Bandcamp: https://natusdnb.bandcamp.com/album/essence-ep 28:05 | In:Most - Hindsight Goldfat Records 30:18 | Calibre - No One Gets You Signature 35:31 | Kybel - Watching The Stars In The Cold Night Monochrome Recordings 41:50 | Jazzatron - Love You Both Celsius Recordings 48:10 | Northern Zone - Afterglow Silent Audio
Five selections from 16-2/3 RPM Seeburg Basic Background Music records with a place in use date of December 26, 1975. The first three tunes were featured in a video I posted a few months ago. They were grouped together on that record. On this record there is another selection between tune #1 and #2 and between #2 and #3. Played on my ELAC Miracord 40A turntable.