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Finding the right classroom and getting to know new teachers were among the typical first-day concerns at Alta California Elementary School.
This past weekend, hundreds marched in Santa Monica in solidarity with protesters in Hong Kong. It’s been 20 weeks since Hong Kongers began their fight against a bill they say would cede too much power to China.
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According to a new piece in CAL Matters, California’s growing shortage of primary care physicians is hitting low-income and rural areas the hardest.
Winegrowers in Napa Valley agree that climate change is real and impacting wine worldwide.
Last week, the L.A. Times’ Jamie Feldmar wrote an ode to the Armenian-owned international grocery store chain Super King, whose stores distinguish themselves with their deals and ability to cater to the neighborhoods in which they’re based.
Four hundred years ago today, on August 20th, 1619, the first enslaved people from Africa arrived on the shores of Virginia.
As LAUSD Students Return To Classes, Parents Weigh In On How And Why They Chose Their Child’s School| August 20 2019, 8:45 AM
Pencils are sharpened. Lunches are packed. Outfits are chosen. It can only mean one thing -- school has returned for the 2019-2020 academic year in the Los Angeles Unified School District.