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  • Costco's Bible sin: Fact or fiction?

    Costco's Bible sin: Fact or fiction?
    Is the Bible a work of fiction or nonfiction? The question spawns genuine confusion. One thing is certain: Calling the Bible a work of fiction is a sure-fire way to rile up believers, particularly as we head into the “war on Christmas”...
  • Men's Soccer: Duo energizes UC Irvine

    Men's Soccer: Duo energizes UC Irvine
    Like gears engineered with precision, synchronous by design, Marco Franco and Tarek Morad operate cohesively within conversational distance of one another on the soccer pitch. Both senior center defenders for Big West Conference Tournament champion UC...
  • In John Divola's photographs, an elusive presence

    A woman watering her lawn can be slightly sexy, but a silver butane tank can change a man's life. John Divola, a photographer in chase of the sublime, discerned this as a graduate student in a ponytail, peddling his bicycle and taking pictures of...
  • Richard Plump knows how to engineer a big move

    The gig: Richard Plump is chief executive of Plump Engineering Inc., an Anaheim architectural engineering firm with 38 employees. Plump helped oversee the transportation of the space shuttle Endeavour from Los Angeles International Airport to the...
  • Channa Horwitz dies at 80; artist known for geometric paintings, drawings

    Channa Horwitz dies at 80; artist known for geometric paintings, drawings
    Channa Horwitz, an artist known for her dizzyingly intricate geometric drawings and paintings based on complex predetermined systems, died Monday of complications from Crohn's disease at St. John's Health Center in Santa Monica. She was 80. In 1968,...
  • Students raised in foster system honored for completing college

    Students raised in foster system honored for completing college
    Soon they’ll walk across stages at college campuses around Southern California, accepting their degrees and celebrating with classmates. But at a smaller, more low-key event on Friday, they were honored with a closer set of peers: fellow foster...
  • Cal State trustees appoint new Cal State L.A president, others

    Cal State trustees appoint new Cal State L.A president, others
    William A. Covino, a veteran Florida and California administrator, was named Wednesday as the new president of Cal State L.A., becoming the first new leader of the El Sereno campus in 33 years. Covino’s selection was among a slate of...
  • Eva Longoria graduates with master's degree in Chicano studies

    Eva Longoria graduates with master's degree in Chicano studies
    Eva Longoria is backing up her beauty with a whole lot of brain. The actress graduated with a master's degree Wednesday. Longoria, 38, took home a real degree (not an honorary one) in Chicano studies from Cal State Northridge, where she physically...
  • On Education: Latino students shining brightly

    On Education: Latino students shining brightly
    If Adelante Latinos — an organization launched in 2004 to promote and celebrate the success of Glendale Unified's Latino students — needs a poster child, Gabrielle Granados would fill the role admirably. The 17-year-old is set to graduate...
  • GCC's Angel Rodriguez, Troy Mulcahey haul in All-Southern California baseball honors

    GCC's Angel Rodriguez, Troy Mulcahey haul in All-Southern California baseball honors
    Awards were the furthest thing from the mind of Angel Rodriguez during his first season with the Glendale Community College baseball team. The Vaqueros' ace pitcher can no longer ignore them now that the season's over. He hauled in his second honor with...
  • The charter school mistake

    The charter school mistake
    Los Angeles has more charter schools than any other school district in the nation, and it's a very bad idea. Billionaires like privately managed schools. Parents are lured with glittering promises of getting their kids a sure ticket to college....