4 to Watch: New Exhibit Showcases Hip-Hop’s Visual History

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A new exhibit in Century City offers a photographic timeline of hip-hop’s ascension to the global stage and its legendary artists, including those in front and behind the camera. 

It’s one of the stories we’re featuring today.

‘Contact High’: Documenting the Visual History of Hip-Hop

Rare videos, memorabilia, and music are part of a new exhibit open now in Century City. “Contact High,” based on the bestselling book by the same name, includes original and unedited contact sheets — paper on which some or all negatives from the legendary photoshoots were printed. Click here for a preview.

Major Hip-Hop Photo Exhibit Opens in Century CityMajor Hip-Hop Photo Exhibit Opens in Century City

No Birthday Left Behind

A California teen was just 5 when she discovered not everyone celebrates with a birthday party. That’s why she’s doing her part to spread smiles by organizing birthday parties for children living in homeless shelters. Click here for her heartwarming story. 

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A man who got out of his Dodge Challenger to threaten another driver turned his road rage on a couple’s minivan after they tried to de-escalated the situation. Here’s what they had to say about the terrifying encounter at a Sherman Oaks intersection.

Road Rage Attack in Ventura BoulevardRoad Rage Attack in Ventura Boulevard

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Burbank, Glendale, Downey, Buena Park and their neighbors already know the singular experience of Porto’s potato balls. Now, it’s West Covina’s turn.

Oh Happy Potato Balls, the West Covina Porto's Is OpeningOh Happy Potato Balls, the West Covina Porto’s Is Opening

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