Features by Aaron Schrank

Affordable housing for teachers in short supply

Some cities are building lower-cost homes for educators and hospital workers.
Posted In: teachers, Housing, affordable housing, wyoming
Coulet Johnson, center, and other then-homeless children watch a performance by circus clowns in 2009 at a Dallas library

As numbers of homeless kids rise, resources fall short

Government's definition of homelessness omits most children without homes.
Posted In: homeless children, homeless, homelessness

Born on Inauguration Day: Adopted by the U.S.

Born in Seoul, South Korea, on the day that Bill Clinton first took office, and later adopted by a U.S. family, Matthew Wood voted in his first U.S. presidential election this past November.
Posted In: Immigration, South Korea

Less biz from Hollywood has some L.A. companies scrambling

With more and more movies being filmed outside of Hollywood, Los Angeles businesses that once solely depended on the movie industry have to find new ways to make money.
Posted In: hollywood, california, film, Entertainment
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