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Anthony Madrid Anthony Madrid lives in Chicago. His poems have appeared in Boston Review, Gulf Coast, The Iowa Review, Poetry and Web Conjunctions. His first book is “I Am Your Slave Now Do What I Say.” Rebecca Makkai Rebecca Makkai is...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterPhil Holmes, one of the great English teachers of his generation, is standing before a class of high school seniors, trampling all over their self-esteem. It is a Thursday in October, not long into the school year. Holmes gazes out at his class, his...
Americans have increased their life expectancy by cutting back on cigarettes, but the pounds they're packing on mean that, ultimately, they could lose ground. A New England Journal of Medicine study published Wednesday looked at previous national...
More than a month after the shooting rampage in Newtown, Conn., mental health professionals stated that psychological disorders often emerge before people enter high school; however, only a small percentage of students ever receives necessary intervention...
Tommy Trojan is tapping the entertainment industry -- again. In years past, the University of Southern California has received large gifts from Hollywood moguls to support its academic programs. In 2006, George Lucas donated $175 million toward the...
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Touchstone Theatre Ensemble member Emma Chong has been a part of the company's Young Playwrights Festival for more than four years. Chong says she still gets excited when she sees the faces of those elementary and middle school children come alive as they...
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver, California's most, ah, colorful former first couple, were back in the news last week. Using his own life as an example of the American Dream, Schwarzenegger argued for immigration reform during a panel...
The bustling fast-food restaurant on Chicago's Far South Side where Maria Torres works is the type of business that could be a proving ground for immigration reforms being considered in Congress. Torres, 52, who cooks and cleans at the restaurant, said...
Day after day, thousands of commuters are breathing high levels of toxic diesel pollution trapped in Chicago's two major rail stations and even inside the trains they ride, a Tribune investigation has found. Testing by the newspaper found the amount of...
Special to The SunAs Ted Stelzenmuller was getting ready to open his new restaurant in Canton last year, he met with a lawyer to go over paperwork. The lawyer offered a story about his own restaurant experience. "The first thing he said was, 'I grew up in restaurants....
As life becomes faster and attention spans of readers grow shorter, we have to adjust. I am doing so with this column, as from now on each week it will follow a new format that will feature three segments: one significant, one sentimental and one sassy....
Wittry to receive USC Alumnus Award The University of Southern California Thornton School of Music will present Allentown Symphony Orchestra Conductor Diane Wittry with the Outstanding Alumnus Award on May 16 for her work as a music director, guest...
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