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Seventh-graders at the Pegasus School in Huntington Beach ended the academic year with much more than lessons from textbooks. They gave less fortunate students in another country the gift of an education. The students spent the entire academic year...
Tacos will be going global when Taco Asylum opens at the Camp in Costa Mesa on Thursday. The same masterminds that brought us the delicious Haven Gastropub in Old Towne Orange are thinking out of the box when it comes to tacos. They're serving up...
Tags: Haiti, Tortillas, Salads, Migration, Alcoholic Beverages
If you're looking for a holiday present sure to be appreciated, give the gift of Hyatt with a gift card from Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa. The luxurious destination resort offers three restaurants, including the award-winning, AAA Four...
Remember Haiti? The impoverished Caribbean island became the focus of international attention in January when a 7.0 earthquake killed an estimated 230,000 people and left countless more displaced. For awhile, it was hard to open a newspaper without...
Mary Novotny Jeffries was 11 when she lost her right leg, from the hip down, to bone cancer. When she returned to the home she shared with her parents and eight siblings on Chicago's South Side, everything — and nothing — had changed. "I...
Brian Buhman, a 30-year-old Quakertown resident, was honored at the White House last month for his work as a volunteer state coordinator of Team Rubicon USA, a nonprofit disaster response service comprised of U.S. military veterans. Buhman, who served...
Tags: Hurricanes, White House, Haiti, Coopersburg, Natural Disasters
Five hundred bags of groceries, and 50,000 prepared meals later, one local school made a dent in world hunger. North Broward Preparatory School sponsored two activities aimed at helping those less fortunate by providing food and other everyday...
It’s been four years since President George W. Bush left the White House, with the former commander in chief reentering the public eye with the dedication of his presidential library in Dallas on Thursday. Bush’s time as a former president...
Before her panel at the L.A. Times Festival of Book, journalist and author Amy Wilentz dropped in at our video booth to talk about how she came to write her latest book, "Farewell, Fred Voodoo." Written after Haiti's devastating 2010 earthquake, this...
Tags: Haiti, Truman Capote, Google+
We in the print media, temporarily under siege — will not be castigated in this article. Lets concentrate on the medium watched by most Americans: cable and network news. Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press," Florida senator Marco Rubio was...
With cellular service in Boston jammed in the aftermath of the marathon explosions this week, many people were left scrambling for ways to let loved ones know they were safe and to search for information on family and friends. Social networks and...
From Sierra Leone, from Peru, from Nepal and elsewhere, the nine lives at the heart of "Girl Rising" are impossible to ignore. This consciousness-raising documentary from filmmaker Richard E. Robbins risks making the harsh conditions these girls have...
Tags: Movies, Kerry Washington, Nepal, Entertainment
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