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He has also released thirteen solo albums and been featured on numerous soundtracks—he’s best known for the Blasters hit “So Long Baby Goodbye”.We’re proud to count Dave Alvin as a Friend of Twenty Wonder.For Twenty Wonder 2014 they showed up with their infrared (IR) camera to demonstrate the kinds of light that our eyes cannot perceive but that astronomers and other scientists rely on to learn about the Universe.Several space telescopes use IR light to investigate hidden properties of asteroids, newly born stars in the Milky Way, and distant merging galaxies.You can also check out the gallery of Friends of Twenty Wonder who have lent us their support over the years.If you want to keep up to date on all the latest Twenty Wonder news, we’ve got a Facebook page and a Twitter feed—because we’re modern like that.All proceeds from Twenty Wonder benefit DSALA to help fuel its many enrichment programs throughout LA, including: outreach to LA hospitals, activities like yoga, basketball camp, hip-hop classes, reading classes, and monthly seminars on subjects ranging from in-home supportive services to conservatorship and parent-to-parent peer training.Since the Derby Dolls’ start on a Little Tokyo rooftop in 2003, they have grown to become a treasured part of Los Angeles culture.

” Jeff Rich and Tim Goodsall have expertise in astrophysics, astronomy, and telescopes.

Previous guests have included John Lithgow, Zach Galifianakis, Sarah Silverman, Patton Oswalt, Jon Hamm, Adam Scott, Aziz Ansari, Amy Poehler, Aubrey Plaza, Michael Cera, Edgar Wright, Kumail Nanjiani and many more!

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The Down Syndrome Association of Los Angeles (DSALA) is an affiliate of the National Down Syndrome Society and the National Down Syndrome Congress.

It is a non-profit organization that has been providing services to individuals with Down syndrome and their families since 1976.

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