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The Evolution of God Robert Wright Little, Brown: 576 pp. $25.99 The Case for God Karen Armstrong Alfred A. Knopf: 432 pp., $27.95 Until the discovery of DNA's double helix by James Watson and Francis Crick, prehistory was entirely the province of...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterGRAND ISLE, LA. -- Ordinarily this time of year, Adam Trahan would be out on the Gulf of Mexico on a shrimp boat, trawling from South Pass to the Chandeleur Islands. Instead, last week he was trawling between the bar at Cisco's Hideaway on Oak Lane and...
KTLA NewsANAHEIM -- A YMCA day-care center may lose its license after two toddlers wandered away and were later found on nearby railroad tracks. In a complaint filed this week, the Department of Social Services said the YMCA Children’s Station violated health and...
It was near midnight and the rain-drenched streets had already stained my white satin slippers. A Napoleon-style hat, adorned with golden beads and white plumage, was perched precariously atop my head. Stepping delicately in my soggy shoes, I gripped my...
Last month, a Palo Alto high school saw its fourth student suicide since May. Questions loom large: Why did this cluster of suicides happen, and how can the cycle be stopped? Public health officials and scientists use the term "suicide contagion" to...
Do you live in the unincorporated area of La Crescenta, basically between Briggs and Pennsylvania avenues? If so, your Town Council needs you to step up and represent your town. Any registered voter can run for a seat on the Town Council as long as you'...
While the developer who plans to build 229 single-family homes on the Verdugo Hills Golf Course faced a skeptical crowd this past week, just having the meeting was itself an olive branch. After years of acrimony between developers keen on transforming...
Tags: Homes, Sports, Golf, Social Sciences, Real Estate
At first glance, the June 8 special runoff election for the 43rd Assembly District may seem like an exercise in futility. Whoever gets sent to Sacramento will have to run again to retain his seat in the Nov. 2 regular election. That essentially ensures...
Tags: Sacramento, California, Politics, Elections
I would like to take this opportunity to share in the observance of this Thanksgiving as a deeply meaningful and truly American holiday. As local citizens, this is a time of sharing. We share our love of country, of our soldiers serving at home and...
Tags: Local Elections, Family, Germany, Arts and Culture, Thanksgiving
The Glendale Community College music department offers a wide range of courses in fundamentals, musicianship, harmony, appreciation, history, technology and recording as well as classes in piano, voice and guitar. And the applied music program makes...
One of the best restaurants in Glendale is IHOP. The food is excellent; never a bad meal there. The waiters and waitresses are so friendly, so pleasant, always. One of the assistant managers greets customers at the door, seats them at a table when they...
Tags: Judaism, Television, California, Nazi Party, IHOP Corporation
One homeless shelter shows a need for more In your coverage of the winter shelter, it is clear that many people who are homeless look forward to the Glendale National Guard Armory because operators provide food, shower facilities, social services, and...
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