Peninsula schools get 40 percent less funding per child than the average LAUSD, which is why the Main Event matters
LA BioMed ‘Legend’ Dr. Arnold Bayer hunts down deadly, shapeshifting microbes
Liz Schoeben’s therapists help school students deal with increasing pressures
Citizen of the Year Jackie Crowley finds happiness in making others happy
Frances Steiner and Dr. Peter Barrett perform key roles for the cultural gem that is the Chamber Orchestra of the South Bay When patrons fill the Norris Theater for the Oct. 18 opening performance of the Chamber Orchestra of the South Bay’s 34th season, they’ll know they’re in good hands. At the baton will be […]
Eighth grader Lane Karlitz makes waves in a nationwide business contest with his musical study app
El Camino College President Thomas Fallo, who shepherded the school through its first two large bond measures and the rescue of a foundering Compton Community College, will retire at the end of January 2016.
El Camino College has helped the Compton Center get back on its feet, financially and academically, and is preparing for the transition that will allow the community college to operate on its own again after nearly shutting its doors.
The Blue Sky Rangers have regrouped to bring back video games from a simpler time In the early 1980s Keith Robinson was getting paid to have fun with his friends, programming video games such as Astrosmash, Night Stalker and Sea Battle in a huge Mattel Electronics office in Hawthorne. In the early 1980s Keith Robinson […]
The City Council last week told Hermosan Betty Starr she would have to get rid of two of her four cats, following a four-year neighborhood skirmish over dead birds, poop in yards, and who called who a you-know-what. Starr had applied for a permit to breach the city’s official limit of two pets per household. […]