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Dia de los Muertos has Become an Appropriated Event — Artist Work to Maintain Traditions

Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead is a traditional Mexican holiday that has now become widespread, especially in the Greater Los Angeles area. There are multiple events in the San Fernando Valley and throughout Los Angeles this weekend.   What is not pleasing, however, and considered disrespectful by Mexican historians and folklorists, is […]

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Poised For A Breakthrough

There’s rarely a time when there isn’t a boatload of talented quarterbacks throughout the Valley, and 2014 is no exception. Alemany’s Blake Green (now injured), El Camino Real’s Adam Blythe, Taft’s Chris Duncan, Arleta’s Johnathan Porter and Chaminade’s Edward Sias are among those having excellent seasons. But there’s one quarterback people aren’t talking about — […]

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CSUN Announces Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity Chapter Disbanded After Hazing Death

The death of Armando Villa, a 19-year-old Cal State University, Northridge student who collapsed and died while hiking barefoot in the Angeles National Forest, was the result of fraternity hazing and the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity has agreed to disband its chapter on the campus, university President Dianne Harrison announced.  “Hazing is stupid, senseless, dangerous […]