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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 26, 1985
We are surely heading for "the sky is falling" mentality regarding AIDS. Isn't it time for a nationwide televised assembly of accredited medical personnel to inform us to the best of their knowledge? I certainly hope Gov. Deukmejian will restore the funds for AIDS research. SYLVIA TERRELL Los Angeles
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SPORTS
October 5, 1985
As a reader who greatly appreciates the insightful humor and crisp writing of Mike Downey, I am now also impressed with his knowledge of several sports. Specifically, his warnings to Larry Holmes four days before the fight with Michael Spinks. JERRY M. MOORE Los Angeles
BOOKS
June 8, 1986
For a book about the "spicy" line of pulp magazines (Spicy Detective, Spicy Mystery, etc.) published by Culture Publications in the 1930s, I would appreciate hearing from anyone with knowledge or examples of the stories and authors of this genre. SIDNEY ALLINSON 24 Ravencliff Crescent Scarborough, Ont.
BOOKS
July 22, 1990
What a pity that as interesting and important a book as Marjorie Perloff's "Poetic License" should have fallen into the hands of as limited and biased a reviewer as Thomas M. Disch! Clearly Disch lacks both the necessary sympathy and the knowledge with which to approach both the poetry and poetics of today. . . . PIERRE JORIS ENCINITAS
NEWS
April 2, 2013 | By Alexandra Le Tellier
Growing up, I became an expert test-taker at my college prep private school. There wasn't a fact I couldn't memorize and I was determined to ace every exam. Problem was, I wasn't actually learning much of anything. That sad realization didn't come to me for years until a friend introduced me to her new school, a humanities magnet that forced students to think critically, to debate in class, to make persuasive arguments in essays, and to have real-world experiences that put all of this new knowledge into perspective.
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