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  • Glendale doubles team, Flintridge Prep singles player march to CIF

    Glendale doubles team, Flintridge Prep singles player march to CIF
    In virtually no time, Michael Akopians and Arin Meserkhani became a smash hit on the court. Akopians and Arin Meserkhani began the season for the Glendale High boys' tennis team playing doubles and singles, respectively. Prior to the Pacific League...
  • ACLU, others sue over gap in instructional time in state schools

    ACLU, others sue over gap in instructional time in state schools
    The state Education Department has ignored its obligation to ensure that all California students receive a minimum level of instructional time, predominantly affecting those who are minorities and from low-income families, according to a lawsuit filed...
  • UC Irvine, ace Andrew Morales look to ignite postseason run

     UC Irvine, ace Andrew Morales look to ignite postseason run
    Andrew Morales and UC Irvine were on their way to an NCAA playoff bid that seemed a foregone conclusion. Morales was 40-1 as a college pitcher, including 9-0 this season, when Irvine began a series against Cal State Fullerton two weeks ago. But a...
  • Suit alleges state isn't providing adequate education to some students

    Thousands of students in California miss out on days, weeks and even months of classroom instruction because of chaotic campuses, high teacher turnover and a severe lack of resources, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday. The suit, brought in Alameda...
  • Letters: Turning kids onto math isn't so simple

    Re "The masterpieces of math," Opinion, March 2 As a high school math teacher, I appreciate UC Berkeley professor Edward Frenkel's enthusiasm for the abstractness and applications of math in the real world. I love projects on fractals, snowflake...
  • Lewis Yablonsky dies at 89; Cal State Northridge sociologist

    When Lewis Yablonsky was growing up in New Jersey in the 1930s, he was beaten by poor whites for being Jewish and by black gangs for being white. He committed petty thefts, ran crooked card games and carried a switchblade for protection. Some of his...
  • Big Bad Voodoo Daddy to perform at the Alex

    Big Bad Voodoo Daddy to perform at the Alex
    A concert to benefit the arts and music programs in Glendale Unified later this month will feature Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, a swing band that’s had major national hits and has local ties — the children of two of its members attend Glendale...
  • Faulkner: 'Eaters are no tourists

    Faulkner: 'Eaters are no tourists
    Spring break in Hawaii is an experience most students would covet, but for the members of the UC Irvine women's water polo team, the five-day excursion into paradise this week is mostly about business. The No. 6-ranked Anteaters open Big West Conference...
  • Transit riders assail proposed Metro fare hike at public hearing

    Transit riders assail proposed Metro fare hike at public hearing
    During a packed and sometimes tense four-hour public hearing Saturday, Los Angeles County transportation officials heard a litany of complaints from transit riders who said a proposed Metro fare hike would strain the budgets of students and working-...
  • More fans of the accordion are squeezing in lessons

    More fans of the accordion are squeezing in lessons
    Across the street from a wine lounge and a gourmet sausage spot on Glendale Boulevard in Atwater Village, a small red-and-white neon sign reads: "DAVE'S ACCORDION SCHOOL." Inside, black and tan cases sprawl in a row along the floor, and two shelves hold...
  • Teens muscle their way through St. Francis sports medicine event

    Teens muscle their way through St. Francis sports medicine event
    Nearly 530 teens considering a career tending to injured athletes turned out Saturday when Saint Francis High School hosted its 13th annual Sports Medicine Competition. Over the years the event has grown from just four schools participating to 39...