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  • Guest Column: LCHS jumps to #3 USC feeder school

    Of the 375 La Cañada High School June 2010 graduates, 99% are currently enrolled at colleges throughout the country (plus several abroad) with approximately 80% attending four-year colleges. Top USC and UC Feeder School USC offered admission to 51 La...
  • Surfing Laguna: A shaper's view of the surfing world

    Getting an opportunity to interview world renowned surfboard shaper Rusty Preisendorfer was a great honor. His answers were thoughtful, informative and offer a look back at surfings past, while providing a glimpse into the future. So Rusty, take us...
  • Bannan, UCSD stun UCI

    Bannan, UCSD stun UCI
    IRVINE — After unranked UC San Diego stunned host UC Irvine in four games in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation men's volleyball opener Wednesday night, Tritons' senior hero Phil Bannan put forth the notion that it may not have been an upset....
  • Robert 'Roy' Ritchie helped revitalize the Huntington

    Robert 'Roy' Ritchie helped revitalize the Huntington
    He's an expert on pirates of the Caribbean, and we're not talking Johnny Depp. He wrote his doctoral thesis on the social history of 17th century New York, a task that required him to learn Dutch. "Not the easiest thing I've ever done," said Robert "Roy"...
  • Gabriella Deena Perna

    Gabriella Deena Perna
    Congratulations Gabriella Deena Perna We’ve watch you grow into a beautiful, intelligent and sophisticated young lady. Congrads on all your achievements & good luck at UCSD!! Go Tritons!! Love, Daddy
  • Military service inspires graduate

    Sitting at Starbucks and facing Main Beach, Kevin Staight couldn't be farther from the Middle East, a region he's called home off and on for the last eight years. On June 12, the 28-year-old Laguna native donned a cap and gown as the first graduate to...
  • Pasadena Museum of California Art launches its first reading series

     
    The happily local Pasadena Museum of California Art is launching a fitting reading series, Written in California. The free series kicks off Thursday at 7 p.m., with discounted ($5) access to the galleries for the hour prior. Thursday night will......
  • Why we vote on Tuesdays

     
    A caller to WGN-AM 720 this morning wanted to know why we vote on Tuesdays, of all days. Ten years ago I had the same question and wrote this column: TUESDAY MIGHT FACE TOUGH RE-ELECTION AS DAY FOR VOTING November......
  • Music review: A 'festival' of new music begins where others fear to tread

     
    Mark Swed reviews new music concerts at Royal/T and Beyond Baroque, including the world premiere of a new string quartet by Peter Garland....
  • Dance Review: Akram Khan Company's first Southern California stop

     
    Change the “M” in “home” to a “P” and you’ve got “hope.” That simple but effective bit of word play was flashed two times, for emphasis, on the electronic departure sign that served as a setting in Akram Khan Company’s......
  • Racist frat boys will be racist frat boys ... on Facebook

     
    I feel a little sorry for the UC San Diego frat boys who last weekend thought it would be funny to throw a little bash they dubbed the "Compton Cookout." Apparently, members of Pi Kappa Alpha corralled a couple of hundred socially tone-deaf friends to...