Union Station. . .By LAUREL ANN BOGEN From "The Burning" (Red Wind Books, c/o Ron Koertge, English Department, Pasadena City College, 1570 E. Colorado, Pasadena, CA 91106). (copyright) 1991 Laurel Ann Bogen. Reprinted with permission.
Singing the Blues Over Noisy Neighbor KEVIN POSTEMA, Postema is the editor of Apartment Age Magazine, a publication of the Apartment Assn. of Greater Los Angeles (AAGLA), an apartment owners' service group
PLATFORM : When Choice Is Denied PATTY ETCHART, Last year, San Luis Obispo enacted California's strictest anti-smoking law. Other cities have since considered similar measures. In addition to banning smoking in restaurants and all work places, the ordinance also forbids people from lighting up in any enclosed public place , including bars. A few bars have continued to let their customers smoke. On March 1, Gaslight bartender PATTY ETCHART, a 50-year-old grandmother, was cited and fined $100 for failing to enforce the ordinance. She pleaded not guilty and goes to trial in June. She told The Times: and
PLATFORM : Music Matters, Too ROBERT GOUGH, ROBERT GOUGH, who teaches music and band at Van Nuys Junior High School , is one of many Los Angeles teachers who were given provisional layoff notices in the event of further budget problems. He spoke about the possibility of losing his job: and