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  • Archdiocese officials hold town hall with parents on longer school year

     
    Scores of parents attended a town hall meeting Thursday night to criticize the Los Angeles Archdiocese's proposal to extend the school year at most of its elementary schools....
  • Some wonder if José Gomez will make L.A. archdiocese more conservative

     
    Roman Catholic Archbishop José Gomez has been on a listening tour across Southern California as he prepares to take over leadership of the L.A. archdiocese. Times religion writer Mitchell Landsberg talked to Gomez about his meetings, where some...
  • Month in review: Protesters, pirates, GOP presidential hopefuls, media shakeups and one poor budget proposal

     
    For such a short month, a lot happened in February. Without further ado, here's the month at a glance: Arab revolution: Egyptians continued to protest in Cairo's Tahrir Square as we sat on the edge of our seats wondering what......
  • Cardinal Roger Mahony Hands Over Control of L.A. Archdiocese

    Cardinal Roger Mahony Hands Over Control of L.A. Archdiocese
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- The Los Angeles Catholic Archdiocese has a new archbishop. Cardinal Roger Mahony got a standing ovation Sunday, after leading his final Mass at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. Mahony turned over control of the...
  • Book review: 'Dreams & Schemes: My Decade of Fun in the Sun' by Steve Lopez

    Book review: 'Dreams & Schemes: My Decade of Fun in the Sun' by Steve Lopez
    Dreams & Schemes: My Decade of Fun in the Sun Steve Lopez Camino Books: 309 pp., $17.95 paper At most newspapers the first-person singular pronoun, like the nuclear football, is entrusted to one person at a time. Usually cityside columns go to native...
  • Many Celebrate Christmas Day by Lending a Hand

    Many Celebrate Christmas Day by Lending a Hand
    LOS ANGELES ( KTLA) -- Millions of people in Southern California Saturday are celebrating Christmas, some opening presents, some attending church services and others lending a hand to the less fortunate. At the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, masses...
  • Guests toast revitalized symphony

    Guests toast revitalized symphony
    "This is an evening to say we're vibrant and vital," announced Glenn Treibitz, new president of the Glendale Symphony Orchestra Assn., at a fundraising gala at Lexus of Glendale — turned into a miniature concert hall on Saturday. Featured was a...
  • Obituary: Iva May Carrico, 93

    Iva May Carrico, a former Glendale resident, a News-Press Woman of Achievement and past president of the Cabrini Literary Guild, died Nov. 22 in Encinitas. She was 93. Born in Great Falls, Mont., on Sept. 19, 1917, Carrico and her husband, Champ Lewis,...
  • Iva May Carrico

    Iva May Carrico -- 1917 - 2010 -- Obituary/Glendale News Press  Iva May Carrico, a former Glendale resident, a News-Press Woman of Achievement and past president of The Cabrini Literary Guild, died on Nov. 22 in Encinitas. She was 93.  Born in Great...
  • L.A.'s May Day Rally Draws Nation's Largest Crowd

    L.A.'s May Day Rally Draws Nation's Largest Crowd
    LOS ANGELES -- Tens of thousands of marchers crossed downtown and rallied at Los Angeles City Hall Saturday to urge immigration reform. The event was the largest May Day rally in the nation. Authorities unofficially estimated the turnout to be between...
  • Timeline: Proposition 8

    Jan. 3, 2000: California starts registering domestic partners. While groundbreaking, the law affords same-sex couples only two benefits: hospital visitation rights and health insurance coverage for the dependents of government employees covered by...
  • A look at the nine Christmas Eve shooting victims

    A look at the nine Christmas Eve shooting victims
    More than 1,500 mourners turned out this morning for the funeral of nine family members killed during a Christmas Eve shooting rampage. Cardinal Roger Mahony and Covina Police Chief Kim Raney were among those who attended the 10 a.m. Mass at the Holy...