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  • A Word, Please: A certain prefix is driving her coconuts

    A Word, Please: A certain prefix is driving her coconuts
    Sometimes I think the people behind punctuation rules are co-conspirators in a plot to drive us insane. Then I realize they could be coconspirators. That’s when I know their plot has succeeded.
  • Community: Twins partner on pictorial history book

    Community: Twins partner on pictorial history book
    Burbank identical twins Erin and Jamie Schonauer have completed a project to collect and organize almost 200 historical photographs into a paperback book that will be released on April 14. “Early Burbank” was published by Arcadia Publishing,...

    KCETLink adds Jeffrey Levine, Dan German to board of directors

    KCETLink adds Jeffrey Levine, Dan German to board of directors
    KCETLink, the struggling parent company of formerĀ PBSĀ outlet KCET-TV, has added two more boldface names to its board of directors. Jeffrey Levine is the vice president and head of television for Random House Studio, a film production arm of the well-...

    A Word, Please: Don't mistake grammar rules for logic

     A Word, Please: Don't mistake grammar rules for logic
    I've gotten a lot of emails recently about where to put periods and commas relative to quotation marks. The notes were prompted by a recent column in which I mentioned that, in American English, a period or comma always comes before a closing quote mark...

    Burbank fourth-graders get their book published by Scholastic

    Burbank fourth-graders get their book published by Scholastic
    A group of seven fourth-graders are now among the elite at McKinley Elementary School for writing a book selected among thousands nationwide to be published by Scholastic Book Fairs. As third-graders, the seven students co-wrote and illustrated, “...