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It was his favorite place to work and hang out. And when the cafe closed, Evan Sagerman's neighborhood lost its village green.
Jeff Braff says Ebola has politicians panicked and overreacting, as they urge the public not to panic and overreact.
LiAnne Yu says travel writing is dominated by white males while people of color are posed as little more than exotic wallpaper.
Young people are largely clueless about what the law says about sex and social media, but attorney Carrie LeRoy is trying to change that.
William Pietri understands the choice Brittany Maynard has made in the face of a vicious, fatal brain disease. His mother faced the same choice.
Despite a ballot full of unknown candidates and confusing issues, Kathleen Li is motivated to vote on key questions she cares about.
Andrea Sigala is 16, and her mother's drinking is the door that keeps them apart.
Becky Ruiz Jenab is a diehard Dodger fan, so she can't root for the Giants. But she can, and does, root for the city she loves.
People have complicated relationships with domesticated animals, and Marci Riseman wonders who's getting the better deal.
Mike Newland notices something about his daughters' dolls -- they can't move.