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Janna Marlies Maron
Tell Your True Story By Understanding Yourself

Feb 20, 2015
Tell Your True Story By Understanding Yourself

I’m a very impatient person. I want things to happen RIGHT NOW. One of my biggest pet peeves–no, it’s bigger than a pet peeve–one of the things that annoys me the most and infuriates me to no end, probably more than anything else in life, is when people talk about doing something or wanting...

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Route for 700-mile Amgen Tour of California race, including Sierra Foothills

Route for 700-mile Amgen Tour of California race, including Sierra Foothills

The tenth anniversary edition route is set for the 2015 Amgen Tour of California, America’s largest and most prestigious professional cycling race. The milestone course will feature several rider and fan-favorite locales from past races, as well as five stages that highlight different regions of California for the very first time. An all-star field featuring...

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New State Bureau Launched to Help Foster Kids

Feb 19, 2015

By Hannah Guzik

California officials have formed a new bureau designed to help some of the state’s most vulnerable children.

The Bureau of Children’s Justice aims to help kids who have experienced trauma, educational discrimination, human trafficking or problems in the foster care or juvenile justice system, state Atty. Gen. Kamala D.

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Game to 100
Cousins has little to gain from game plan of new Kings coach

Feb 18, 2015
Cousins has little to gain from game plan of new Kings coach

“He might be our best passer.” That’s what George Karl, the new coach of the Sacramento Kings,  said about DeMarcus Cousins, according to this morning’s Sacramento Bee.  Karl was talking about his plan to experiment to see how to best … Continue reading

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Hope in a Hidden Public Health Crisis

Feb 17, 2015

First in a series of three stories about violence as a public health crisis.

LaVerne Vaughn made a decision after she served prison time in her late 30s: She’d live the rest of her life a free woman. Vaughn, now in her early 40s, with a platinum pixie cut and a steady, empathetic gaze, kept...

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Why Young People Kill

Feb 17, 2015

From Crime to Cure 

Second in a series of three stories about violence as a public health crisis.

Dwayne Taylor went to a party at the Ida B. Wells housing project one mid-May night as the Chicago weather was warming to the promise of spring. Once there, according to court documents, Taylor met up...

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Stopping Homicides, One Shooter at a Time

Feb 17, 2015

Third in a series of three stories about violence as a public health crisis. 

Joe McCoy is intimately familiar with the violence epidemic in his hometown of Richmond, Calif. McCoy is one of six outreach workers employed by the Office of Neighborhood Safety (ONS), a city agency. They patrol the streets to tackle the problem...

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Need to Know

Feb 17, 2015

By Hannah Guzik Check in every Monday for health and health care news you need to know. Will it work this time to get a warning label on sugary drinks? Mothers who smoke while pregnant are more likely to have daughters with diabetes, a study finds. The...

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Death With Dignity: Living Funerals, Death Midwives and Conscious Dying

Feb 17, 2015

By Matt Perry

Every day in America, mourners gather for solemn events to remember the lives of dear, departed loved ones at a funeral or memorial service.

But for those exploring “conscious dying,” sometimes the loved one is still alive.

The nascent trend in “living funerals” is part of a growing movement in...

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Competition, equality and riding the bench

Feb 17, 2015

At Braddock Park, the playground in Queens where I learned so many life lessons, you had to earn your way onto the big-guys court. The rule was that winners stayed on the court. No one wanted to be saddled with … Continue reading

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