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By Seth Amitin | June 26, 2008
La Cañada High?s north and south gyms aren?t so cool in the summer time, mostly because they have no air conditioning. They feel like the inside of a sweaty shoe, something one doesn?t experience during the games of the high school basketball season. ?The air vents usually pump in the cold air from outside during the winter,? Coach and Camp Director Tamar Hill said, pointing to the air vents just below the roof. ?The only thing that makes me happy [about not having air conditioning]
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By Daniel Siegal, daniel.siegal@latimes.com | September 19, 2012
Speaking to a crowd already leery of a proposed tunnel connecting the Long Beach (710) Freeway to Pasadena, a leading smog scientist and asthma researcher warned Tuesday that the roadway could be a health hazard. “Those of us in the area of air quality have long considered the 710 freeway to be arguably the dirtiest freeway in the country,” said John Seinfeld, a Caltech professor who has studied air pollutants for decades. “That really is a function of the heavy-duty truck traffic on the freeway.” USC professor of preventive medicine Rob McConnell said 21,000 cases of asthma in Los Angeles County can be attributed to children living or attending school near a major roadway, and that abnormally low lung function is five times more likely in a community with high levels of pollutants.
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By Carol Cormaci, carol.cormaci@latimes.com | August 31, 2011
A huge housefly flew into the room and started buzzing around our heads in the den on Saturday afternoon, a day so hot outside that we had no choice but to while away our time indoors, hovering near the air-conditioning vents. Gil and I looked at each other and simultaneously wondered aloud if that room's resident spider, the one who is fond of creating fantastic webs on the wide windowsill, would take care of the fly so we wouldn't have to go to the trouble of swatting it ourselves.
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By Seth Amitin | June 26, 2008
La Cañada High?s north and south gyms aren?t so cool in the summer time, mostly because they have no air conditioning. They feel like the inside of a sweaty shoe, something one doesn?t experience during the games of the high school basketball season. ?The air vents usually pump in the cold air from outside during the winter,? Coach and Camp Director Tamar Hill said, pointing to the air vents just below the roof. ?The only thing that makes me happy [about not having air conditioning]
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