Archive for the ‘Culture’ category

  1. The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

    One of the great Los Angeles landmarks is the Memorial Coliseum. The coliseum was first commissioned in 1921, and completed in 1923. The original seating capacity was more than 75,000 seats, and was built as a memorial to World War I veterans. It has since been rededicated as a memorial for all American veterans from […]

  2. When a kid becomes an adult

    In the United States someone legally becomes an adult when they turn 18 years old. At 18, U.S. citizens can vote. They can also serve in the military and go fight in wars for the country. An 18-year old can also buy cigarettes and other tobacco products, but 18-year-olds cannot buy alcoholic beverages. People in […]

  3. Private schools – An expensive educational alternative

    Public school is available for kids from kindergarten through 12th grade free of charge. However, many families choose to pay for their children’s primary and secondary education by sending them to private schools. There are many different types of private schools and many different reasons why parents send their kids there. Some private schools are […]

  4. The California highway patrol

    There are many law enforcement agencies in the United States, and especially in California. Some of the largest agencies in Southern California are the Los Angeles Police Department, and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Both of these police forces are some of the largest in the country. They handle a full-range of police duties […]

  5. Free summer fun

    Summer time in the United States generally means people have a lot more free time to enjoy the outdoors. The sun is out for longer, so there are more hours in the day to enjoy. Having more free time does not mean you need to spend a lot of money. There are plenty of ways […]