Outdoor Movies in LA This Summer

Watching a movie on a big screen outside is a real pleasure, but paying $12 for the privilege isn’t. Fortunately, laist has our backs. Here are the freebies that they suggest: Cal State Northridge’s Summer Movie Fest There are film screenings out in the Valley, too! Over at Cal State Northridge’s Oviatt Library Lawn, the school plans to screen movies every Thursday night from June to August. They’ll have some newer movies like Guardians of the Galaxy to old favorites like Toy Story and Jurassic…

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California Student Sustainability Coalition Convergence

About 100 students from across the state gathered at Loyola Marymont University last weekend for the California Student Sustainability Coalition’s Spring Convergence. The theme for this assembly was “Strengthening Connections: Thriving Together,” and whether the interest was vegetarianism, permaculture or to protest fracking, attendees worked to find common ground. Cal Poly Pomona was well represented with members of the Cal Poly Green Team, the Food Justice Club, regenerative study minors and students with an interest in sustainable issues in attendance, Daniel Yuhasz from the John T.…

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Gwyneth Paltrow vs SNAP Challenge

America knows too much about Gwyneth Paltrow. The actress has divulged that she no longer maintains her pubic hair, recommends vaginal steaming for everyone who has one, suggests “conscious uncoupling” (because “divorce” is such an ugly word), and, through her online lifestyle magazine Goop, a $6,500 pink trench coat. Goop ostensibly promotes “food, shopping, and mindfulness,” and for someone who makes an estimated $19 million annually, it’s a matter of scale. Through her oversharing, she says and does a lot that incurs public wrath.  Last…

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