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Once the great estate of a railroad tycoon, the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens has just become home to a painting of a powerful locomotive. Last week a group of art collectors helped the Huntington buy a 1935 Reginald Marsh...
Peter Bogdanovich never stopped being an actor, hard as he tried. Even after his career became focused on directing such acclaimed films as "The Last Picture Show" and "Paper Moon," Bogdanovich would occasionally still find himself drawn to the other side...
’Twas Art Linkletter who let it be known that “kids say the darndest things.” On this Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend, Linkletter's classification brings me to think about a darndest and how it evolved into an Oprah Winfrey...
A watercolor class offered through Glendale's Lifetime Learning classes is standing room only with a waiting list that outstrips many of Parks and Recreation's other courses. Art instructor Peggy Reid has taught “Journey in Watercolors” at...
More than 750,000 Americans have signed a petition to let their states secede from the U.S.A. since the Nov. 6 election, including people from Alaska, Maryland, Texas, Iowa and Vermont. And many of them, or at least their leaders, are claiming they're...
Some children ask Santa for a pony. Others want video games. But Christmas came early for a group of San Marino High School science prodigies, with a special delivery from the International Space Station. The package: a plastic tube containing bacteria...
Workers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory are asking for a congressional investigation into the agency's data security efforts after learning the theft of a laptop and documents last month may have compromised information for 10,000 NASA employees. The...
Workers at Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La Canada Flintridge are calling for a Congressional investigation into a NASA data breach that compromised the personal information of thousands of NASA workers. On Oct. 31 a NASA laptop was stolen from a...
For their research into lung cancer, a pair of California high school students will share a $6,000 scholarship – and a chance to compete at the national finals in December – in what is billed as the nation’s top science research...
Tags: Lung Cancer, Students, Siemens, Research, Schools
Pioneering astronaut Neil Armstrong’s public memorial was held today in Washington, D.C., and the first man to walk on the moon was also honored by Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank). Speaking on the floor of the House of Representatives, Schiff noted he...
Tags: Neil Armstrong, Human Interest, Adam Schiff
The South Pasadena Middle School student who took home the top prize in the Los Angeles County Science Fair is headed to a prestigious national science competition in Washington, D.C. In April, Raymond Gilmartin used a homemade wind tunnel, model car...
The director of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory said he doesn’t know whether Neil Armstrong watched the Curiosity rover land on Mars this month. But he’s sure the world’s most famous astronaut would have liked what he saw. The...
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