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  • School Flight Part 3: Families return to neighborhood schools

    School Flight Part 3: Families return to neighborhood schools
    Last of three parts. COSTA MESA — Jill Fales remembers moving to Mesa Verde three years ago and hearing neighborhood parents recite stereotypes in an effort to dissuade her from enrolling her son in the elementary school down the street. Adams...
  • Catholic school uses iPad as learning device

    Catholic school uses iPad as learning device
    Holy Family Grade School teacher Krikor Kiladjian on Monday led his eighth-grade students through a traditional social studies lesson in a very non-traditional fashion. They took turns at the front of the classroom, plugging in their iPads and walking...
  • Yeshiva University Prof. James Kahn On Obama's Deficit Plan

    Yeshiva University Prof. James Kahn On Obama's Deficit Plan
    Professor James Kahn, Economics Department Chair at Yeshiva University, was here to talk about Obama's multi-trillion in proposed tax increases. We discussed: how will it help the US economy, what does it mean to the average citizen, will this help create...
  • Classmates Honor Girl Killed by July 4 Stray Bullet

    Classmates Honor Girl Killed by July 4 Stray Bullet
    On July 4, 2011, 11-year-old Blair Lane was killed by a stray bullet in her relatives' backyard. She was watching fireworks with family at a home near 43rd and Pittman when she was hit in the neck with a fatal bullet. Blair would have been a 6th grader...
  • On Theater: Simon's 'Biloxi Blues' blends humor, poignancy

    About a quarter of a century ago, Neil Simon wrote his fictionalized autobiography — and, being Simon, he took three plays to do it. "Biloxi Blues," the second in his "BB trilogy," is the meat in this theatrical sandwich, slipped in neatly between...
  • Burbank able to battle back

    GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL Burbank d. Crescenta Valley, 23-25, 21-25, 25-14, 25-22, 16-14: Despite dropping the first two games, the Bulldogs battled back to take three straight and win the Pacific League match Thursday at home. Stephanie Eskander paced...
  • Baltimore high school decides to drop football after player's death in 1911

    An article in the Sept. 30, 1911, edition of The Argus reported that an area all-boys Catholic high school decided to drop its football program after the death of one of the players on the team. One of the first of Maryland colleges to cut out American...
  • Catholic Bishops want exemption from health care law? Fine, then tax 'em.

    Catholic Bishops want exemption from health care law? Fine, then tax 'em.
    The Bishops are pissed. Yes, I know. Again. But this time, it could get interesting. President Obama's health care reform law, they say, is forcing Catholic hospitals around Connecticut to violate Church doctrine. It requires health insurance plans to...
  • Music teacher, son charged in connection with 2007 fatal arson

    Music teacher, son charged in connection with 2007 fatal arson
    Officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department arrested a 62-year-old music teacher for allegedly starting a fire that killed her husband four years ago.   Police said Gwendolyn Kirch, a teacher at St. Pius X Catholic School, is...
  • $2 Million Donation Answers Prayers At St. Augustine

    $2 Million Donation Answers Prayers At St. Augustine
    Older generations remember when nearly a thousand children attended St. Augustine School in the city's South End, a brick capsule of Catholic memories since its founding on Clifford Street in 1927. That heyday lasted through the 1960s. By 2009, after a...
  • Local youngsters audition for 'The Nutcracker'

    Local youngsters audition for 'The Nutcracker'
    Plenty of young girls dream of performing with a prestigious ballet company, and for about 50 of them from the greater Baltimore area the first step was Sunday. During a marathon, multi-hour session at the Moving Company Dance Center in Cockeysville, the...