June 24, 2022 | AGCC in the Media


By Greggory Moore | Random Length News | June 24, 2022

As one of the international cities, you can find just about anything in Los Angeles. But this ain’t LA, not really: it’s a port town more than 20 miles down the road with only one library and a population that barely cracks California’s top 100.

But take a winding drive up Gaffey Street and you come across Angels Gate Cultural Center, a rustic 7-acre campus that features programming to facilitate everything from painting, ceramics, and printmaking to welding, ukelele, and kyudo. (Yeah, I had to look up that last one, too: it’s the Japanese martial art of archery.)

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