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When her father is hospitalized with a serious illness, Dorothy O'Donnell learns the importance of an Advanced Directive.
It was cheap. It stayed open late. But now the Marin Denny's of Lisa Thomson's youthful summers has closed, leaving mostly fond memories.
If taxis are going to survive the challenge of ride-sharing apps, says Kieran Farr, government will have to weed out expensive regulations.
While driving her daughter back to college, D'Anne McFarlane learns it's time to let her daughter take the wheel of her own life.
For a workaholic like Paula Reinman, taking the entire summer off is as worthwhile as it is difficult.
The desert tortoise is the state reptile, but Michael Ellis looks at California's only indigenous turtle, the western pond turtle.
Despite the horror of a cancer diagnosis, Judy Bastin finds courage in the support of family and friends.
A California judge has ruled teacher tenure unconstitutional, but David Ellison calls the decision a distraction from the real issues affecting teaching and low-income students.
Don't tell vegans they can't eat meat and butter and drink milk. They can and do, says Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, just different kinds.
Clyde Wadsworth says an Obama executive order barring LGBT discrimination by federal contractors has historical precedent in a 1941 action taken by Franklin Roosevelt.