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  • Unbreakable Performance caters to pros, but 'civilians' are welcome

    Unbreakable Performance caters to pros, but 'civilians' are welcome
    Up a little hill off the Sunset Strip, above the restaurants, there's a nondescript parking lot, and you can see that something's going on by the cars parked there. There are a few Range Rovers, a matte black pickup jacked up on monster wheels and, oh,...
  • Las Vegas: Finding the latest in bike equipment at Interbike

    Las Vegas: Finding the latest in bike equipment at Interbike
    The annual giant toy box for bicyclists — the Interbike trade show, crammed with bicycles, gadgets, clothing and components from kid's trikes to racing bikes with five-figure price tags — is on at the convention center at Mandalay Bay in Las...
  • Gym bro culture lets young men share the weight of workouts

    Gym bro culture lets young men share the weight of workouts
    Eric Wang dropped the bar. Three hundred thirty-five pounds bounced on the floor. He let out a tired breath as he turned toward a mirror hanging to his right. It was his third set of the deadlift. Chady Gemayel, his workout partner, pointed out Wang's...
  • Letters: Options on Syria

    Re "A soldier's wife," Sept. 8 On a beautiful Sunday morning, I read The Times' front-page article about the widening attack plans for Syria and was emotionally overwhelmed. Then I read the story about the wife of an Iraq war veteran struggling with...
  • Letters: Strict about food stamps

    Re “California no friend to food stamps,” Aug. 18 This sentence from the article: “It also has two clear consequences: Millions of Californians don't get help, and the state leaves hundreds of millions of dollars of federal money on the...
  • Review: The Band Perry at Cruzan Amphitheater

    Review: The Band Perry at Cruzan Amphitheater
    Three young acts in the country scene closed out the WIRK Rib Round Up Saturday night: the first two performers, Scotty McCreery and Easton Corbin, gave us plenty of solid country. Then came the headline band, with flashing lights, thump-thump-thumping...
  • Letters: Free speech does come with strings

    Re "'Duck' and a free society," Opinion, Dec. 24 Like many conservatives chiming in on the "Duck Dynasty" controversy, Jonah Goldberg appears to hold a fundamental misunderstanding of free speech: It is the freedom to say what you want without fear of...
  • Rockettes get their kicks at Kravis Center

    Rockettes get their kicks at Kravis Center
    This is the time of year when a Rockette really has to be on her toes. On Friday, the high-stepping, perfectly coiffed dancers will bring their "Radio City Christmas Spectacular" to West Palm Beach for a 25-show run. The 20 Rockettes (18 on stage,...
  • Oak Creek: An act of home-grown terrorism

     Oak Creek: An act of home-grown terrorism
    It's been a year since Wade Michael Page opened fire at a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wis. Since then, some basic facts about Page have come to light. We now know that he was involved with white supremacy groups and that he was the founding member and...
  • Dragon boats offer unique way to get fit, meet folks

    Dragon boats offer unique way to get fit, meet folks
    Are you looking for a new way to exercise or get fit while enjoying the outdoors? Check out dragon boating, one of the fastest-growing water sports in the Central Florida area. Dragon boating is a team water sport where 20 paddlers, a drummer and a...
  • Programs to prevent psychological problems in troops questioned

    Programs to prevent psychological problems in troops questioned
    Many federal programs aimed at preventing psychological problems in military service members and their families have not been evaluated correctly to determine whether they are working and are not supported by science, says a new report commissioned by the...