The Sundial

Three CicLAvia events for 2011

Julio Alberto Cruz

February 23, 2011

Last fall, the city of Los Angeles held its first ever ciclovia that closed streets that stretched over seven miles from East Hollywood to Boyle Heights for people to walk, jog, bike and just have a good time on that sunny day. Thanks to the city government and Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa plus s...

VPAC curtain rises at grand opening gala

Liana Hofer

January 30, 2011

The opening gala of the Valley Performing Arts Center ushered in a new cultural era for the San Fernando Valley, and ended a long period of waiting and anticipation for the Valley. For CSUN students who have waited two years for the completion of the facility, it marked the end of loud...

CSUN’s VPAC aims to raise $1 million from grand Opening Gala

Elano Pizzicarola

January 26, 2011

After over two years of construction, the much-publicized Valley Performing Arts Center will celebrate its Grand Opening Gala on Saturday Jan. 29. Vance Peterson, CSUN vice president for University Advancement said the black-tie event was “a historic occasion for Los Angeles and certainly the Valley.” The...

CicLAvia turns out many pros and a couple of cons

Julio Alberto Cruz

October 12, 2010

This past Sunday, on 10/10/10, Los Angeles held its first Cicolvia, in LA known as CicLAvia, with 7.5 miles reserved mainly for bicyclists, but also for people to walk plus several activities were held throughout the route. I was a little disappointed that some sort of flu kept me in bed and made ...

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