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  • L.A. theater openings, May 10-17: 'Annie the Musical' and more

    L.A. theater openings, May 10-17: 'Annie the Musical' and more
    Everyone's favorite orphan returns in "Annie the Musical," the "Peter Pan" prequel "Peter and the Starcatcher" is back on the boards, and that deaf, dumb and blind boy sure plays a mean pinball in "The Who's Tommy." Momentum Place Mother’s Day...
  • Colleges move to expand services for immigrant students

    Miguel Davila had reasons to be skeptical when the University of California, Davis dedicated a bright, clearly marked space on campus for students who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children. Being unauthorized to live and work in the country he...
  • Tuesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: VCU to cover stipends for athletes; W&M, U.Va., Hokies, VCU learn NCAA tennis destinations

    COLLEGES: Stipends: VCU announced its intention to provide cost-of-attendance stipends for scholarship student-athletes across its sports programs as part of the NCAA legislation and governance structure that was passed in January. Women's tennis:...
  • Cal State study will explore student food and housing needs

    Cal State study will explore student food and housing needs
    There is no doubt that hunger and homelessness is a reality for some California State University students, and now the school system is attempting to chart the depths of those needs. The one-year project will probe the scope of food and housing...
  • Of family, gardens and impermanence

    Grant Hier stands before a tree in his vegetation-heavy frontyard, holding up a copy of his new book and trying to match its cover to the spot on the trunk that is captured in the photo. The Chinese lace elm, planted by Hier's maternal grandmother more...
  • Michael R. Mitchell, lawyer who fought LAPD chokehold use, dies at 73

    Michael R. Mitchell, lawyer who fought LAPD chokehold use, dies at 73
    Michael R. Mitchell, an attorney who challenged the Los Angeles Police Department's use of chokeholds and won temporary restrictions on their use, died Friday at his Los Angeles home. He was 73. He had pancreatic cancer, said his wife, Barbara Mitchell....
  • New emergency program at Cal State Long Beach to aid students in need

    New emergency program at Cal State Long Beach to aid students in need
    Cal State Long Beach is creating a program to provide meals, temporary housing and cash to students dealing with unexpected emergencies. The Student Emergency Intervention Program will allow students to help needy classmates through donations and...
  • Men's Basketball: UCI's Ndiaye mulls pro future

    Men's Basketball: UCI's Ndiaye mulls pro future
    At 7-foot-6, UC Irvine sophomore Mamadou Ndiaye is the tallest player in NCAA men's college basketball. He has less than a month, however, to decide whether he has already hit his ceiling at the amateur level. Ndiaye, who averaged 10.5 points, 5.1...
  • Mayor Robert Garcia wants to transform Long Beach into high-tech hub

    Mayor Robert Garcia wants to transform Long Beach into high-tech hub
    In the shadow of Long Beach City Hall lies Lincoln Park, a patch of urban grit that has attracted such unflattering online descriptions as "basically a homeless encampment." On a recent night, however, it was a place transformed. The trees were hung...
  • CSU administrators' pay gains outpace those for faculty, report says

    CSU administrators' pay gains outpace those for faculty, report says
    California State University administrators made significant gains in hiring and compensation over the last decade while faculty lost ground or failed to keep pace in both areas, according to a report released Tuesday by the California Faculty Assn....
  • Cal State efficiencies save millions, but state funding still sought

    Cal State efficiencies save millions, but state funding still sought
    Smaller budgets and increased numbers of students are forcing California State University campuses to take far-reaching cost-cutting measures that are saving millions of dollars on technology, energy and operations, officials said Wednesday. Examples...