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  • ... UC Riverside professor/historian Harry Lawton in the 1960 western -genre novel, “Willie Boy : A Desert Manhunt,” and the 1969 ...
  • ... in Compton, a remarkable program is teaching kids to fly before they can drive. At an airport in Compton, a remarkable program ... at "Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum" founded by Tuskegee Airmen and ace helicopter pilot Robin Petgrave. It's an ...
  • It seems logical enough. Western Avenue, as the oft-repeated explanation goes, is so named because it once formed L.A.'s western boundary. But is there any truth to this just-so story? ... {"additionalClasses":""}]As this 1916 map shows , Western Avenue never marked L.A.'s legal western ...
  • ... in Compton, a remarkable program is teaching kids to fly before they can drive. Anchor Val Zavala met 7-year-old Lauro Banuelos as ... helicopters at "Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum" founded by Tuskegee Airmen . ...
  • ... in Compton, a remarkable program is teaching kids to fly before they can drive. Anchor Val Zavala met 7-year-old Lauro Banuelos as ... helicopters at "Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum" founded by Tuskegee Airmen . ...
  • ... a cup of coffee, looked up at me and said "You seem so Western ". I have learned to keep my lips together when my brain explodes. In ...
  • ... -- guiding light of the hippie movement, savior of the western world, and personal spiritual tutor of the Beatles? An entirely new ...
  • ... more traditional jobs held by blacks in larger northern or western cities. The history of entrepreneurship among African Americans is ... college library. During the final years of the war, the boys left Tuskegee for St. Paul, Minnesota, where their father completed ...
  • ... B. Max invents the Flyboy 500 to help Pido pretend he can fly . The dogs have to figure out how to get Pido back after he flies ...
  • ... immigrants are naming their children in a more traditional Western way, the mantle has been taken up by Western celebrities to name their children in that offbeat "where did that ...

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