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Extra, Extra: The Heart of Fairfax High, a 'Hunger Games' Workout, and a Tweeted Spelling Bee
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Kelly TaylorJennie Garth and Peter Fanicelli have filed for divorce.
- A gym in Santa Monica is offering a "Hunger Games" workout.
- A Pasadena Star-News reporter live-tweeted a spelling bee in Alhambra.
- Students at Fairfax High rally to raise money for a classmate who was paralyzed from a blood clot in his neck.
- Meditation makes teachers more compassionate.
- A judge has ordered that the majority of a report about the infamous pepper-spraying incident at UC Davis last November should be made public.
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