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By Joe Puglia | January 28, 2010
Last week, I participated in Multi-Cultural Days at La Cañada Elementary School, an annual event orchestrated by Hana Lui and Judy Kolb. I was making fettuccine, representing Italy. What is more representative of culture than food? I had participated in this event before and subsequently had written thoughts each year. This time, I went beyond the benefits of pluralism. We are a country of diversity, an America all the richer for the many different and distinctive strands of which it is woven.
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By by ruth longoria valley sun | July 3, 2008
This week?s Valley Sun All- Star plans on doing more with his life beyond high school than catching a wave on the beautiful waters of the Pacific Ocean. St. Francis High School junior Ricky Rhodes? passion for surfing has led him to a desire to make a positive global impact with his life. ?I want to do something that helps the world,? he said, adding, ?I want to help preserve the ocean and the rainforests.? Rhodes was nominated as an All-Star by staff at St. Francis High School, where he has proved himself to be a positive influence on others, as well as a highly motivated scholar, musician and athlete.
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By Mary O’Keefe | May 14, 2009
Los Angeles County Sheriff homicide detectives are continuing their investigation into the discovery Sunday of a body of a woman in a turnoff on Angeles Crest Highway above the city. According to Det. Q Rodriguez, the body of a 31-year-old woman from El Salvador was discovered at mm 30.65 on Angeles Crest Highway at about 9 a.m. on Sunday. She was clothed and there was no sign of traumatic injury. ?She is an illegal immigrant. She may have sustained an injury in her own country and was possibly trying to obtain treatment here [in the United States]
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May 12, 2005
Celebrating life in Southern California, Forest Lawn will explore ancient Mesoamerican art and cultures and their contemporary expressions at its Hollywood Hills Memorial-Park on May 14. "Adventures in Mesoamerican Art and Culture" offers two special events that will uncover the subterranean world of cave archaeology and reproduce the sounds of pre-Hispanic music as visitors learn more about the ancient cultures from Olmecs to Aztecs and Mayans....
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March 25, 2004
Six films focusing on the struggle for human dignity and justice will be featured in the fourth annual spring film festival at Glendale Community College sponsored by the Association of Latin American Students (ALAS) and the Ethnic Studies Department. The festival began March 24 with the 1989 U.S. film "Romero," which tells the life story of Archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador, who after facing torture and oppression, took a stand against social injustices in his country. Raul Julia plays the title role.
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By Joe Puglia | January 28, 2010
Last week, I participated in Multi-Cultural Days at La Cañada Elementary School, an annual event orchestrated by Hana Lui and Judy Kolb. I was making fettuccine, representing Italy. What is more representative of culture than food? I had participated in this event before and subsequently had written thoughts each year. This time, I went beyond the benefits of pluralism. We are a country of diversity, an America all the richer for the many different and distinctive strands of which it is woven.
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By by ruth longoria valley sun | July 3, 2008
This week?s Valley Sun All- Star plans on doing more with his life beyond high school than catching a wave on the beautiful waters of the Pacific Ocean. St. Francis High School junior Ricky Rhodes? passion for surfing has led him to a desire to make a positive global impact with his life. ?I want to do something that helps the world,? he said, adding, ?I want to help preserve the ocean and the rainforests.? Rhodes was nominated as an All-Star by staff at St. Francis High School, where he has proved himself to be a positive influence on others, as well as a highly motivated scholar, musician and athlete.
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