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  • Road to immirgration reform - Opinion

    Road to immirgration reform - Opinion
    MIKE DELPH Republican state senator from Carmel, Ind., who has helped author state immigration measures Q. What do you see as the merits and shortcomings of the proposed reform? A. Ronald Reagan in all complexity was persuaded by congressional...
  • Four Demonstrators Arrested Outside Hartford Immigration Deportation Hearing

    Four people protesting against the deportation of Josemaria Islas were arrested for blocking the doorway to the federal court building in Hartford Thursday. Islas has become a symbol of what's wrong with U.S. immigration policy under President Obama's...
  • The N-Word and Quentin Tarantino's Greatest Film

    The N-Word and Quentin Tarantino's Greatest Film
    Quentin Tarantino has come under fire for the use of the N-word in his new film “Django Unchained,” which is also probably one of the best films ever made about American slavery. Comedian Katt Williams threatened to punch Tarantino. Spike...
  • L.A. Salsa Congress gives bachata room to dance

    L.A. Salsa Congress gives bachata room to dance
    Salsa dancers know that it's crucial to have a partner with good rhythmic chemistry. The same could be said of salsa music, a flamboyant genre that can be picky about sharing the floor with others. So it's noteworthy that at the 15th annual L.A. Salsa...
  • New Haven Turns 375 Today!

    New Haven Turns 375 Today!
    New Haven’s 375th birthday is today. The area was settled on April 24, 1638. A lot has happened since. The city is celebrating the milestone in a number of ways, none of them as lavish or as hyped as, say, its 350th anniversary celebration, but...
  • HoCoPoLitSo's writer-in-residence Derrick Weston Brown seeks to inspire the poet within us all

    HoCoPoLitSo's writer-in-residence Derrick Weston Brown seeks to inspire the poet within us all
    “Attention, attention … the mic is now open.” It is only fitting that Derrick Weston Brown begins his presentation at local high schools with an original poem beckoning “all poets and lovers of the word.” “Poetry...
  • Swimming pools that hit the spot on spring break

     Swimming pools that hit the spot on spring break
    Between the brouhaha of the winter holidays and the end of the school year is that coveted halfway point known as spring break. To gear up for that last lap of the academic year, grab the kids and significant others and go recharge at some posh pools....
  • Anuncia marcha pro reforma migratoria y activistas pedirán ayuda a senador Marco Rubio

    Anuncia marcha pro reforma migratoria y activistas pedirán ayuda a senador Marco Rubio
    Todo parece indicar que las comunidades en favor de la reforma migratoria no van a descansar hasta que logren su cometido. Luego de una serie de marchas a nivel nacional, líderes comunitarios del sur de Florida visitarán la oficina del senador Marco...
  • Pete Postlethwaite dies at 64; actor was nominated for an Oscar for 'In the Name of the Father'

    Pete Postlethwaite dies at 64; actor was nominated for an Oscar for 'In the Name of the Father'
    When British actor Pete Postlethwaite was studying at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in the 1970s, the head of the school predicted he would fare well as an actor but couldn't resist telling him that he had a face like a "stone archway." "It's all in...
  • Hollywood on black culture: Should it be looking forward not back?

     
    Hollywood's black history lessons: Is it time to look forward instead of backward? Patrick Goldstein studies the repercussions if the George Lucas-backed "Red Tails" doesn't catch hold....
  • A tennis star versus a football coach: L.A. Times bestsellers, Aug. 1, 2010

     
    On Monday, Jacket Copy wondered how former USC football coach Pete Carroll's book "Win Forever" is selling. Carroll's winning tenure has come into question after the NCAA leveled penalties against the school for improprieties made during his time there....