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  • Sole Technology skates toward a green future

    Sole Technology skates toward a green future
    Pierre André Senizergues can make skateboards do anything. When he was in his 20s, he steered them from the Paris suburbs to Venice Beach and turned them into the key to an apartment he could afford when he started winning skate competitions. In his 30s,...
  • Different assisted-suicide groups, one goal

    Different assisted-suicide groups, one goal
    The recent arrests of four members of the Final Exit Network in Georgia have drawn more national attention to the issue of assisted suicide. According to The Times' March 23 editorial, "Sense and suicide," the organization has been involved in about 200...
  • Sense and suicide

    Looking for help with doing yourself in? Eager to provide it, with few questions asked, is the Final Exit Network, a formerly obscure Illinois-based activist group that made national headlines last month when four of its members were arrested on charges...
  • Florence S. Wald dies at 91; former dean of Yale's nursing program pioneered U.S. hospice care

    Florence S. Wald, the former dean of the Yale University School of Nursing who brought hospice to the United States and in the process revolutionized the care of the terminally ill, died of natural causes Saturday at her home in Branford, Conn. She was...
  • The path to assisted suicide

    Contrary to an Aug. 11 Times editorial, AB 2747 is a legally confused solution to non-existent problems that opens the way to doctor-assisted suicide. This legislation is not cut and dry; rather, it raises substantive policy questions relating to...
  • Animal shelters are under scrutiny

    Public animal shelters will never look like -- or be run like -- the Four Seasons. But according to animal welfare activists, volunteers and private rescuers, the shelters operated by the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care & Control sometimes...
  • Sex, drugs and second thoughts

    Sex, drugs and second thoughts
    Amsterdam The vacation sort of just flew by. After dropping their packs at a hostel, Ryan Ainsworth and his buddy Richie Bendelow found a shop selling 500 herbal potions that promised to make them high and happy in 500 ways. But the young British...