| Oct 3, 2010
Too hot for a locker room chat? Too flirty to fly? While most of us will shuffle off this mortal coil without suffering from this kind of discrimination, a certain aesthetically pleasing subset of society is forced to suffer the slings and arrows of being...
| Mar 15, 2010
Emmett Miller was live at the Palisades Park in Santa Monica with a group of Charity Organizations that will be a part of the LA Marathon. For more information on the LA Marathon log onto lamarathon.com. Here is a list of all the charities that...
| May 13, 2010
It's the 21st century. Gone are the days of teachers wielding rulers and wooden paddles in order to discipline misbehaving students. Or are they? A man in Dallas is pushing the local school district to bring back corporal punishment. A former tutor in the...
| May 13, 2010
Since its inception in 1991, the largest and longest-running study of American child-care has generated plenty of controversial — and to many working parents, infuriating — conclusions about the effects on kids of early care outside the...
| May 27, 2010
La Cañada-based Gift of Language founder and program director Farah Hussein speaks three languages. She hopes her daughters, Alysa, 6, and Iman, 4, follow in her footsteps and become more than bilingual.
Hussein began looking for enrichment classes three...
| May 28, 2010
The smaller the paycheck, the bigger the belly, say many researchers who study poverty and obesity.
It might seem like a paradox, but not having enough money for food doesn't mean the poor are skinny. The opposite appears to be true: The lower-income are...
| Jun 2, 2010
Cheers and screams echoed through the massive Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels Church on Saturday morning as 72 Bellarmine-Jefferson High School graduates gathered for the last time as senior classmates.
Donning white and blue caps and gowns, the high...
| Jun 16, 2010
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When Paul Renfrow arrived as the new varsity baseball head coach at his alma mater, Marina High, in the fall of 1983, he was surprised to find that the school didn't have a baseball field.
Worse yet, one did exist, but he couldn't find it.
| Jul 1, 2010
Dr. Arthur L. Rosenbaum, a prominent UCLA pediatric eye surgeon known for innovative research on eye- muscle disorders who late in life was targeted by animal-rights extremists, has died. He was 69.
FOR THE RECORD: In an obituary...
| Dec 26, 2009
Jeanne Giovannoni, a UCLA professor whose research helped expand understanding of the categories of child abuse and how social workers, law enforcement and community members respond to them, died Dec. 17 at Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center. She was 78....
| Dec 23, 2009
Anyone who's seen a toddler "at work" can tell that her learning style is a study in chaos. She moves from banging pots to tormenting the cat to demanding food to bursting into tears when she can't open the back door and hurdle off the deck - all in the...
| Jan 19, 2010
At San Diego Continuing Education there are ways you can learn and save money
"If i had to pay in order to be here, I wouldn't be able to be here," said Adel Stamps.
29 year old Adel Stamps was laid off two years ago and since -- is back in school to...