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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • Glendale library system offers tales in other tongues: Armenian and Spanish

    Glendale library system offers tales in other tongues: Armenian and Spanish
    At the Library Connection in Glendale's Adams Square Saturday, librarian Kristine Markosyan read children's stories to about 10 wide-eyed toddlers in a scene that is a common sight at public libraries — except this story-time was in Armenian, and...
  • Zimmerman Juror Raises Race Questions

    More so than her words about George Zimmerman getting away with murder, I was taken aback at the sight of Juror B-29. "She's black," I said to my daughter. Indeed, Juror B-29 could be any one of my four daughters, my sister, my mother, my aunts...
  • Pittsburgh region’s population loss is Lehigh Valley area’s gain

     
    Yo! The long-running success of the Pittsburgh Steelers apparently is not enough to keep people in parts of western Pennsylvania. Allegheny County lost 4.3 percent of its population between the 2000 Census and 2010 Census. As a result, it will......
  • U.S. Distribution Deal For Vietnam Movie Slate

    HONG KONG - Los Angeles-based specialty distributor Asia Releasing is to target the U.S.'s growing population of Vietnamese-Americans with a slate of Vietnamese movies. The company has struck a deal with Galaxy Studio, Vietnam's leading private-sector...
  • About Germaine Smith-Baugh

    About Germaine Smith-Baugh
    Dr. Germaine Smith-Baugh is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Urban League of Broward County. Dr. Smith-Baugh is responsible for leading the organization's efforts to assist Broward's African American community achieve social and economic...
  • Finally, Carbon Limits On Power Plants

    I applaud President Barack Obama's climate change policy speech Tuesday. Fundamentally, he's doing what he believes is right. Ethically, he's delivering on a promise he made in 2009 to the United Nations climate conference in Copenhagen: to cut U.S....
  • Tough South Florida race could help determine control of Congress

    Tough South Florida race could help determine control of Congress
    It's a critical campaign dominated by big bucks fundraising, talking points platitudes and scathing TV attack ads. It gives South Florida voters a big voice in deciding if Democrats or Republicans will control Congress for the next two years. And it...
  • Opera meets mariachi in latest Lyric venture

    Opera meets mariachi in latest Lyric venture
    You've heard of rock operas, tango operas, crossover operas. Now, get ready for mariachi opera. Two musical traditions with wide followings will come together April 7 when Lyric Opera will present the Midwest premiere of “Cruzar la Cara de la...
  • Costa Mesa hires executive to replace Naghavi

    The city of Costa Mesa has made a preliminary offer to fill the job of economic and development director, the city spokesman confirmed Friday. Gary Armstrong, director of planning and building inspection services for San Benito County, is slated to...
  • Puerto Ricans Debate Whether to Become the 51st State

    Puerto Ricans Debate Whether to Become the 51st State
    The news from Puerto Rico after last November's elections could not have been more clear: "Puerto Rico Approves Statehood," crowed the Washington Post. "Puerto Ricans favor statehood for the first time," read the headline on CNN.com. So nothing seemed...
  • Around Town: The Korean paradigm shift

    The paradigm has at last shifted. Our town is now officially cross-cultural. What cross-culture? Obviously, it's Korean. The Korean wave has really arrived in La Caņada Flintridge, and not a moment too soon. Some point to the billion downloads of the...
  • Seniors big focus of city's housing plan

    As Laguna Beach officials move forward in updating the city's housing plan, there is one key group they must consider: seniors, who represent a third of the beach community's residents. "We have people who have lived [in Laguna] for 20, 30, 40 years,...