Education column: Students raise money with paper chains

By May 6, should you walk down the hallways at Barry Elementary, you will see billowing rainbows of colored paper chains suspended from the ceilings in each of the grade level corridors. Each year, April 6 to May 6, the entire school pitches in to help raise money for the American Cancer Society’s (ACS) Relay […]

Big business destroying Mom and Pop

By Leonard Pitts Jr. I don’t expect you to shed any tears because Aron’s is gone. Unless you grew up in L.A. as I did, you’ve probably never even heard of it. Aron’s was this used record and CD store that I discovered 30 years ago. It was a quirky place, an audiophile heaven where […]