Wednesday Jul 23
The Happy Eating Place: How Elementary Students Can Run Their Own Business
The menu changes every time they open, and specialties range from turkey pozole to hearty fish chowder, quinoa salad to broccoli pasta, and blueberry scones to cheesy pigs-in-blankets.
CA Dept of Education
PAEMST 2014 Nominees
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson today nominated six outstanding elementary school teachers as California finalists for the 2014 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching .
East Bay Express
The Battle for Adjunct Faculty Rights
At Mills College, more than 64 percent of faculty members are adjuncts. That means a majority of professors at the liberal arts college in East Oakland don't have tenure or long-term contracts, and face a significant amount of job uncertainty from one semester to the next.
Epic tale begins in Los Osos
Thirteen-year-old Alice Eto Sumida learned to drive in 1927 when her father purchased the family's first automobile, an open-air Model-T Ford.
The Jewish News Weekly
Student returns to Holy Land at critical juncture
Because of her Korean heritage, Hana Rothstein is used to people questioning her Jewish identity.
Exploring The Mythology Of The Female California Artist
California, like New York, is a space rife with myth. Both sites, in contrast to most other U.S. states, aren't places to be from, they're places to go.
3 Injured, 1 Arrested in Weekend Shootings
Three people were injured and one suspect was arrested in four incidents of gunfire in Oakland over the weekend, according to police.
The Verve: Ceramic artist Monte Colgren has a way with clay - Thu, 10 Jul 2014 PST
It was a different time in the 1950s for artists. Live music venues were filled to capacity with finger-snapping patrons and painters and ceramic artists were pushing the boundaries and starting movements.
2014 in Review So Far
Here is what went down so far: 1. Bedford Gallery : The museum had two opening exhibitions; Sky in March and the Skull Show in June.
San Diego NewsCape
Preuss senior follows in sister's footsteps, receives Gates Millennium Scholarship
For Daniel Million, learning recently that he was one of two seniors at The Preuss School UCSD to receive the prestigious Gates Millennium Scholarship was more than a "huge relief," it also had special significance.