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On Labor Day, we celebrate the workers of America

The first Monday of September for so many of us means no work. It’s the final hurrah of the summer before the season shifts...

A new academic year starts under a pandemic, high schoolers adjust

High school students across Southern California are adjusting to pandemic-imposed regulations as the new school year begins.   Torrance, California Sisters Emma and Olivia Crump began school...

Culturas Corner: Meet Tea Bar 901

Culturas Corner highlights individuals who make their community a better place through their work, business, volunteering or activism. Today we learn more about the...

A doctor offers family guidance for a Covid-19 world

Across the country, whether class is in-person or online, going back to school has been a whirlwind. Like much of the Covid-19 pandemic, there...

How to get through a virtual school day, for you and your kids

For a myriad of reasons, distance learning is complicated. But as the United States grapples with navigating a school year under threat by the...

Remembering Chadwick Boseman, real-life superhero

The death of Chadwick Boseman on August 28 hit loud and hard. Though just one of many stops on the mile-long list of sick...

Fast Times at Nanterre: From living it up in France to being in lockdown California

Looming towers of Parisian architecture cast shadows over his head. He ducks into his normal bakery and snatches a baguette. After a good sniff...

Somebody’s Father aims to recognize fathers and father figures with new brand

The phrase #SomebodysFather began as a joke between co-workers.   Two friends listened to another co-worker recount their weekend. As they laughed, one said to the...

The March on Washington Goes Virtual

In commemoration of the 57th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream Speech” at the 1963 March on Washington, the...

Culturas Corner: Meet Sulma Arzu-Brown

Culturas Corner highlights individuals who make their community a better place through their work, business, volunteering or activism. Today we learn more about Sulma...

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Childhood Cancer Awareness Month underscores need for research funding

In 2015, 8-year-old Ty Murray’s hips were uneven. It hurt for him to walk and his left leg was slow growing. Ty was not...

News of the day: Judge rules 2020 census will continue through October

Late Thursday, Northern California U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh issued a preliminary injunction that pushes the 2020 census deadline to October 31.  The decision comes...

Culturas Corner: Meet Ankita & Gayatri Bansal

Culturas Corner highlights individuals who make their community a better place through their work, business, volunteering or activism. Today we learn about THERE!, a...

The Hispanic Heritage Month history lesson continues

Hispanic Heritage Month runs through October 15, so Culturas took a dive into more important historical figures! Next up are Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera,...

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