Residents in Los Angeles often get recognized for their talents, hard work and dedication to their professions. In this article we report on some of the more recent awards and recognitions that have been offered to locals. With this recognition can often come a boost to the local economy.
The Los Angeles Business Journal recently announced the selection of Albert Valencia and Pooja S. Nair as the region’s Top Minority Attorneys. They have been recognized for being “particularly impactful [while successfully] maintain[ing] the highest professional and ethical standards.”
California’s economy has definitely benefited from movie-makers choosing to shoot their films in the region. One such example has been the recognition by the Los Angeles City Council of the Oscar-nominated motion picture produced locally. This includes: Marriage Story (which has received six Oscar nominations); Ford v Ferrari (4 Oscar nominations) and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (10 Oscar nominations).
Other notable local recognitions include 11 area squad players from the Crescenta Valley High, St. Francis and Flintridge Prep schools. they received All-CIF accolades split up as follows: Crescenta Valley High – 7 players; Flintridge Prep – 3 players and St. Francis – 1 player. , plenty of players got the job done in helping their squads register winning campaigns.