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Who Originated the Buddha on the Boulevard?

Topangans Kedric Wolfe and Clare Brown both had a hand in the creation of the Buddha mural on Topanga Canyon Boulevard. In 1981, Wolfe, along with Elizabeth Shepherd and David Tothero, hooked…

When Worlds Collide

13TH TOPANGA FILM FESTIVAL – THE ULTIMATE COLLISION OF PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE. For the Topanga Film Institute (TFI), the art form of moving pictures is at the heart and name of…

Commuter Math Matters at Topanga Library

After four years of a stimulating, fruitful relationship with Community Library Manager Oleg Kagan, Topangans wondered who could replace him. He attended meetings and championed programs initiated by library patrons. Or, he…

Do You Trust This Computer?

THIS CAUTIONARY TALE REMINDS US TO STAY HUMAN. Artificial Intelligence permeates our daily lives. Siri and Alexa talk to us. Ask Google any question and it finds the answer(s) within fractions of…

Transport Literary Festival, September 23-24

In a world crammed with information and instant access to other people’s news, adventures, transgressions and romances, we can easily forget to relax our brains—to sit back, daydream and get lost in…

Lisa Desimini and the Creative Process, May 3

On Wednesday, May 3, from 7– 9 p.m., at the Topanga Library, Topanga Authors’ Group (TAG) presents author/illustrator Lisa Desimini who will speak about the creative process underlying her prolific career. A Q&A session…

TAG: On the Edge and Feeling the Flow

Topanga Authors’ Group ventures into new territory with a series of three presentations in April. Topanga Authors’ Group (TAG) ushers in the spring season by exploring the vast realms of storytelling, from…

Local Authors’ Group Offers First Workshop in a Topanga Home

Since October 2014, Topanga Authors’ Group (TAG) has offered an eclectic monthly mix of free presentations, roundtables and workshops at Topanga Library. In March, the group expands its offerings with an intensive,…