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  • Experts: Swine Flu Vaccine Safe

    Experts: Swine Flu Vaccine Safe
    Untested? No. Rushed into production? Not really. Full of substances that do harm? Hardly, and especially not compared with the dangers of the H1N1 flu virus. That is the retort of researchers, scientists, federal health authorities and others familiar...
  • From animation to the stage

    From animation to the stage
    For Glendale resident Douglas Rogers, life took an animated turn in 1998 when he was hired as art director for "Shrek." "I had come to Los Angeles to do 'Othello' at the Shakespeare Festival. Jeffrey Katzenburg (producer of 'Shrek' and DreamWorks...
  • College Corner

    La Cañadans graduate from out-of-state schools Corin Porter of La Cañada graduated from Boston College on May 24. Porter received a bachelor of arts degree with a major in English. During the university's Commencement Ceremony, more than 3,500...
  • 5 Things Guys Need to do to Stay Healthy

    5 Things Guys Need to do to Stay Healthy
    Staying healthy is more than an addition to your to-do list. Instead, it makes completing your list possible. That said, we asked a doctor, oncologist Eric Nadler, for simple steps men can take to be their healthiest. Nadler practices medicine at Sammons...
  • Recipes for romance

    Recipes for romance
    Food and sex have been paired ever since Eve handed Adam the apple. Throughout history, certain foods have been prized for their romance-inducing qualities. Almonds have been called a symbol of fertility, and the Romans thought oysters could make a...
  • Bill Clinton Leaves Hospital After Heart Procedure, Resting At Home

    Bill Clinton Leaves Hospital After Heart Procedure, Resting At Home
    Former President Bill Clinton was recovering at his suburban home Friday after leaving a Manhattan hospital where he underwent a heart procedure. Three black SUVs with tinted windows arrived around 7:45 a.m. Friday and pulled through the high gates at...
  • Alternative Sports Appeal to Many Kids

    Alternative Sports Appeal to Many Kids
    Each fall, many kids start the school year dejected about being rejected for the too-few spots on school sports teams. And that doesn't include the many who don't try out because they've been told they're too short for basketball or not big or broad...
  • Can Christianity be linked to racial prejudice?

     
    Associated Baptist Press reported on a Baylor University study that seemed to show that people are who “primed” with words related to Christianity reported more negative attitudes about blacks than those “primed” with neutral...
  • Black Church Debate Continues With New Book

     
    Valley Forge, PA—A new Judson Press book celebrating the vitality, gifts, and strength of the black church stands in sharp contrast to the death knell sounded by Dr. Eddie Glaude Jr. in his recent Huffington Post essay titled “The Black Church is....
  • Laura Bush: 'Spoken From the Heart'

     
    by Mark Silva Add to the public bookshelf another new memoir: Laura Bush's Spoken From the Heart The former first lady's memoir will be available early next week, on sale May 4 with the start of a book-tour in McLean......
  • Nine in 10 churches remain segregated

     
    Despite numerous task forces, initiatives and informal efforts by church leaders and congregations to increase racial diversity in the pews, nine in 10 congregations have a single racial group that accounts for more than 80 percent of their members...