Learning history through poetry and memories.
This week L.A. Letters salutes the legacy of the celebrated poet, playwright, professor, memoirist, historian, director, screenwriter, activist, and actress.
While popular culture has long obscured women's role in the sport, California and female surfers have intertwined to spread surfing not only past national boundaries, but also gend
Music education is very important because it taps into a part of the brain that allows creative expression.
In the end the quality of the teaching is what matters and not how many students you can try to teach at once.
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