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  • Woodbury ushers in 130th year

    Woodbury ushers in 130th year
    Students at Woodbury University began classes on Friday with a "Welcome Week" full of lively activities — but also a focus on the dead.
  • In Theory: Do children of faith have more difficulty differentiating between fact and fiction?

    A study published this month in the journal Cognitive Science and reported by the Huffington Post shows that young children exposed to religion find it more difficult to differentiate between fact and fiction than do their peers being reared in secular...

    Letter: 'Word Crimes' song hits the right notes

    Re: “Taking a look at Yankovic’s ‘Word Crimes,’” A Word, Please column, July 25. I couldn't disagree more with June Casagrande's column where she complained about Weird Al Yankovic's parody of Robin Thicke's “Blurred...

    Burb's Eye View: The richness of the local library experience

     Burb's Eye View: The richness of the local library experience
    A few curious observers huddled around Mike McDaniel to better hear the story of the origin of the Burbank city library. As the tale unfolded, Helen von Seggern nodded, quietly confirming the details as she remembered them. Von Seggern brought her...

    Famed Cambodian's life portrayed on stage in Burbank

    Famed Cambodian's life portrayed on stage in Burbank
    Cambodian physician Haing S. Ngor survived torture and slave labor during the Pol Pot regime, came to Hollywood, won an Oscar for his role as a journalist in "The Killing Fields" — and lost his life in Los Angeles, shot to death during an apparent...