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Kids are growing up too fast

Brandon Gonzales, 12, has been using a cell phone since he was 10. Almost all of his friends have cell phones, too. His mom, Elizabeth Gonzales, likes knowing that he can call home at any time.

Renee C. Byer

October 26, 2015

Brandon Gonzales, 12, has been using a cell phone since he was 10. Almost all of his friends have cell phones, too. His mom, Elizabeth Gonzales, likes knowing that he can call home at any time. "It gives me peace of mind," she said. Kids ages 9 to 12 are the fastest-growing cell phone market. (Rene...

Terry McMillian shares stories and inspiration

Terry McMillian shares stories and inspiration

McClatchy Tribune

February 9, 2014

“Happy Black History Month, even though I’m black all year long.”And with that, noted author Terry McMillan set the tone for a night full of laughter, wisdom, and insight.On February 6th, the New York Times author of such works as “How Stella Got Her Groove Back” as well as “Waiting to Ex...

Immigration

Photo courtesy of McClatchy Tribune

April 23, 2013

S.W.E.R (Student Working for Equal Rights) supporter, Cynthia Vizcardo, right, speaks with undocumented brothers, Francis and Jorge Tume, both students at Miami Dade College and Dreamers wanting to apply for deferred action, Wednesday, August 15, 2012, in Miami, Florida, as Wednesday marks the first day t...

Kids using cell phones

Brandon Gonzales, 12, has been using a cell phone since he was 10. Almost all of his friends have cell phones, too. His mom, Elizabeth Gonzales, likes knowing that he can call home at any time.

McClatchy

April 10, 2012

Brandon Gonzales, 12, has been using a cell phone since he was 10. Almost all of his friends have cell phones, too. His mom, Elizabeth Gonzales, likes knowing that he can call home at any time. "It gives me peace of mind," she said. Kids ages 9 to 12 are the fastest-growing cell phone market. (Renee C...

Double Coverage- Pole dancing: An Olympic sport?

stripper1:The World Pole Sport Federation is working on getting its sport into the Olympics so that the athletes can be recognized. :Photos courtesy of McClatchy Tribune

Marice Cohn Band

March 1, 2011

Fervent gyrating with the music, toned bodies flexing with each movement and glistening, slick with sweat, the sweet smell of crisp dollar bills sticky against naked skin &- sound like a typical Friday night at the strip club with the boys? Well sorry guys, but pole dancing isn't just for private viewi...

Today’s young popstars have no talent

Miley Cyrus at a concert::McClatchy Tribune

KIMBERLY P. MITCHELL

November 10, 2010

Cole Mayer What hath the normally good music world wrought? Young stars with little to no talent, such as Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber and Taylor Momsen. These stars are near-ubiquitous in today's society, when they really should just go away. There once was a man who performed on stage, his mullet sway...

Real Halloween spooks and scary attractions

halloween1:Dyer Lane has been haunted since the 1930s when the Ku Klux Klan may have performed lynchings there. :Robert Linggi - State Hornet

Tzahuiztil Sanchez

October 26, 2010

Real, Local Spooks Dyer Lane: Located off Watt Avenue and Tan Woods Road is the first haunted location, Dyer Lane. According to the Sacramento Press, Dyer Lane has been a place of horror since the 1930s when it served as a place of possible lynching for the Ku Klux Klan. Since, then it has been the scene of...

New law out of touch with culture

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Briana Monasky

October 15, 2008

Technology consumes us, or better yet, we can't stop consuming it. It isn't merely one facet of our lives that it affects; it's everything. We pay bills, register for school and stay up to date on news via the Internet. We shop online, we e-mail, we chat and for a while now, we have been doing it all on our ...