Cynthia Rowley once again prevails as the queen of surfing.
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Opinion: The spirit of love letters live on
Over time, modernization has made it easier to give gifts.
Will newly elected Philippines President Bongbong Marcos Jr. remake history or change the future?
Ferdinand Marcos Jr., more commonly known as Bongbong or BBM, was elected as the Philippines president last month.
Column: The consequences of negatively stereotyping teen drivers
Teenagers may have a negative stereotype with regard to driving, but there are many responsible teen drivers.
The two deadly C’s: How COVID-19 affects cancer diagnoses and treatment
Throughout the pandemic, undiagnosed cancer patients had difficulty getting into the medical system or preferred not to. Cancer patients alsostruggled with no family visitation.
Opinion: A new twist on an old plan offers hope to the homeless
The Alexandria Park Tiny Home Village brings a new option for homeless people.
Unleash the innovators: How architects are reshaping the fight against homelessness
The Los Angeles homelessness crisis has gotten significantly worse in recent years, exacerbated by economic hardship and the COVID-19 pandemic. With...
The Los Angeles homelessness crisis: Looking to 2021
2020 was a brutal year by virtually every measure. COVID-19 has, of course, dominated the headlines, as it has been a scourge on its own. However,...
Opinion: Ladies First — The pandemic shines a spotlight on the NWSL
In the battle of the sexes, the women are winning — at least on the soccer field. Everyone knows about the iconic United States Women’s National...
Opinion: Bias in the news: Who’s to blame?
The U.S. media has come under intense scrutiny and skepticism with the rise of fear over fake news, cyberattacks, and simply people accusing...