“Forgotten Hollywood”- A Visit to Makara…

Posted on February 25, 2019 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

“`Join me this Wednesday at 7p for my popular Forgotten Hollywood oral presentation at the Makara Center for the Arts in Santa Ana. I will also sign copies of my award-winning book series.

“`Makara Center for the Arts opened in January, 2016, the brainchild of Marytza K. Rubio, a writer raised in Santa Ana. After working at art school libraries and traveling throughout South America, Marytza envisioned creating an inclusive space for readers, writers, artists, and other unconventional thinkers.

“`This library and art center is a creative hub for  workshops, performances, discussions, and other programs that encompass a global perspective of arts and culture. Makara provides its neighbors with opportunities to explore their curiosity and expand their imagination.

“`Makara Center for the Arts is located at 811 Main St. in Santa Ana. For more information, cut-and-paste the link below:



“`The Public Media Group of Southern California, formed by the merger of KCET and PBS SoCal, announced that KCET Originals series are now accessible for streaming on the free PBS Video app, expanding the availability of these diverse, award-winning programs regionally and nationally.

“`Viewers can stream the KCET Originals lineup from multiple devices in accordance with their commitment to bring viewers more of what you love and showcase the best in acclaimed, local content together with beloved programs from PBS. Folks can personalize their PBS experience by getting access to their favorite KCET Originals shows, a watchlist, and their viewing history.

“`The latest KCET Originals shows are now available to stream on mobile or tablet devices by downloading the free PBS Video app from the iOS App Store and Google Play Store. While at home, fans can download the app straight to ROKU, Amazon Fire, or Apple TV. Viewers can also stream their favorite KCET Originals programs directly on their desktop at KCET.org and pbssocal.org.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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