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  • Baseball: Valencia's Chad Bible commits to CS Fullerton

     Chad Bible, who will be a senior outfielder-catcher at Valencia this fall, has committed to Cal State Fullerton. He has displayed some power in the hitting department. He had five home runs last season. Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com  
  • Chad Wells is back at Alewife

    Chad Wells is back at Alewife
    Eight months after leaving Alewife, the downtown tavern that he helped to open in 2010, Chad Wells is back as executive chef. "I'm extraordinarily happy to be back. [We] need each other," Wells said. "We're a family here." Best known for his 11-...
  • Anderson Silva tumbles from the top spot in MMA rankings

    Anderson Silva tumbles from the top spot in MMA rankings
    Anderson Silva’s historic run of success as UFC middleweight champion finally came to an end in the main event of UFC 162, and he pays the price by dropping out of the top spot in The Times' rankings.   Heavyweight   1. Cain Velasquez 2....
  • "One more thing": A League of Their Own

    "One more thing": A League of Their Own
    On a recent Friday, I sat at my desk making call after call to find someone available to join us as a guest for our Aug. 21 screening with Michael Phillips and Steve Rosenbloom of "A League of Their Own" at the Music Box Theatre. By the middle of the...
  • Review: 'Jug Face' opts for more dread than gore

    Review: 'Jug Face' opts for more dread than gore
    The horror melodrama "Jug Face" from writer-director Chad Crawford Kinkle is a modest detour into redneck gothic set in a secluded, moonshine-producing, road kill-eating backwoods community beholden to a force they call "the pit." This alternately cruel...
  • The Valley Line: Taking in the Big Picture in Laguna Beach

    The Valley Line: Taking in the Big Picture in Laguna Beach
    What fabulous, cool weather we have had during the first part of this month. Whoever thought that those two words would ever describe August weather in our area, for crying out loud? I hope my words don't jinx the situation. I have to keep pushing the...
  • 'This Is Martin Bonner' a finely etched character study

    'This Is Martin Bonner' a finely etched character study
    A quietly devastating grace note of a film, writer-director Chad Hartigan's "This Is Martin Bonner" takes a magnifying glass to everyday goodness and lingering pain, illuminating their contours and complexities but pulling away before the movie can ever...
  • MMA rankings: The Korean Zombie slides down the list

    MMA rankings: The Korean Zombie slides down the list
    Todd Martin takes you around the MMA weight classes with his picks for the top 10 in each division. Heavyweight   1. Cain Velasquez 2. Junior Dos Santos 3. Fabricio Werdum 4. Daniel Cormier 5. Antonio Silva 6. Josh Barnett 7. Travis...
  • Have questions about healthcare law? Times' Chad Terhune has answers

    Have questions about healthcare law? Times' Chad Terhune has answers
    Anxious about how the national healthcare law will affect you? Will premiums soar? Can I keep my doctor? What's the penalty if I don't buy health insurance? The biggest change to healthcare in nearly half a century is just weeks away, and many consumers...
  • Circled In Penn: Temple Is The Place Huskies Kicker Can Atone

    Circled In Penn: Temple Is The Place Huskies Kicker Can Atone
    It wouldn’t be surprising to learn that UConn football players have the Maryland and Michigan games circled on their schedules. They’re highlights of the best football schedule UConn has had. A game against Temple in Philadelphia is part...
  • Diavolo's 'Fluid Infinities' completes 'L'Espace du Temps' trilogy

    Diavolo's 'Fluid Infinities' completes 'L'Espace du Temps' trilogy
    Jacques Heim has been obsessed with geometric shapes for years. After founding the Los Angeles-based dance troupe Diavolo in 1992, his passion got translated into full-blown stage sets, custom designs that include a 21/2-ton aluminum wheel, a 17-foot-long...