Los Angeles’ first woman mayor led a campaign founded on housing and policing reform and narrowly won in a contentious election against city developer Rick Caruso. 100 days post-election, a recap on the first months of Karen Bass’ term is in store.
LAUSD strike: SEIU plans a three-day walkout in search of higher wages
The strike would include as many as 65,000 workers and will shut down all 1,000 LAUSD campuses for three days beginning Tuesday.
Fans rejoice and reminisce at Beastie Boys exhibit in L.A.
The Beastie Boys pop-up exhibit provided nostalgia for fans with memorabilia.
How to save a life: The importance of becoming a bone marrow donor
Bone cancer and disorders are fought each day by millions of people, yet the bone marrow registry has less than 1% of the world’s population registered. Make a difference and save someone’s life with a small act of swabbing.
ocV!BE will bring a new entertainment district to the city of Anaheim
ocV!BE is a planned entertainment district in Anaheim, Calif. that will feature parks, restaurants, office space, a concert venue and more.
South Florida high school uses pep-rally style competition to combat bathroom misconduct
After a month of relatively unhelpful bathroom closures, Jensen Beach High School implements a competition-based method of discipline to combat repeated misconduct in an unconventional, yet well-received manner.
Further steps are taken to tackle the adolescent mental health crisis
Following the release of a report by the US Preventive Services Task Force to screen children ages 12 to 18 for depression, students and Cynthia Olaya, school psychologist, discuss the importance of addressing students’ mental health.
Opinion: U.S. attack on Julian Assange and the truth
Julian Assange must be set free to stop the attack on press freedom.
More than Mozart and Beethoven: Piano chords, a cure to our nightmares?
Recent scientists have found a solution to our weekly nightmares, the solution being not as conventional as thought. Surprisingly, piano chords and simple sounds have been utilized to solve our night terrors.
Pasadena holds its 41st annual Black History Parade and Festival
The Black History Parade was themed “Celebrating our Excellence — The Legacy of Councilmember John J. Kennedy.”