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  • Arizona spring training ballpark 'bringing baseball back home' to Indian land

    Arizona spring training ballpark 'bringing baseball back home' to Indian land
    The paint has barely dried on the Dodgers' new spring training digs in Glendale, Ariz., and another new venue is making its debut in Arizona's Cactus League. Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, the third new ballpark in Arizona's spring circuit in the...
  • Thoughts From Dr. Joe: The Admiral of the Ocean Sea

    Thoughts From Dr. Joe: The Admiral of the Ocean Sea
    There was a time when the New World did not exist. The sun set in the west in an ocean where no man dared to venture. The leading geographers of the day believed that monsters guarded the edge of the world and that it was impossible to cross an ocean of...
  • "Toads' Museum of Freaks and Wonders" by Goldie Goldbloom

    "Toads' Museum of Freaks and Wonders" by Goldie Goldbloom
    "Toads' Museum of Freaks and Wonders" Goldie Goldbloom New Issues Poetry & Prose, 2010 In her searing and beautiful first novel of misfits marooned on a farm in the outer reaches of Western Australia, Goldie Goldbloom puts the dual horror and...
  • Cultural Exchange: China's surprising Bronze Age mummies

    Cultural Exchange: China's surprising Bronze Age mummies
    Reporting from Urumqi, China — Almost invariably when visitors approach the middle-aged woman enshrined in a climatized exhibit case in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region Museum, they pause and do a double take. What gets the most attention...
  • Heritage must prevail at Bolsa Chica

    The story "'Green' project gets go ahead" (April 29) sounded so great until I realized these 22 homes approved by the Planning Commission are to be built on sacred land to Native Americans and just as likely to contain cogged stones and burials as the...
  • A reading list for freshmen

    A reading list for freshmen
    The leap from eighth grade to high school can be a difficult one, but it can be made easier with the help of a good book. We asked several notables to recommend a good summertime read for incoming high school freshmen. Their suggestions: 1. Rennie...
  • Workers protest Canada

    Workers protest Canada
    GLENDALE — Kendra Owen was shopping at the Glendale Galleria on Wednesday when Alana Gregos, the assistant manager of the LUSH cosmetics store, briefed her on North America's dependence on fossil fuel. Gregos was one of the more than half-dozen...
  • An appreciation: Carlos Monsivais

    An appreciation: Carlos Monsivais
    Carlos Monsiváis wasn't a "pundit," although he spoke and wrote with biting irony and insight about politics. He wasn't a "talking head" either, although he regularly appeared on TV shows in his native Mexico to offer erudite yet unstuffy thoughts about...
  • Sacagawea's legacy

    We broke camp early and headed south, following the Yellowstone River. Then, taking a quick jaunt through western Wyoming we tacked our ship, pointed it west and followed the Pacific sun. This is my last write chronicling this Montana adventure, a...
  • Rohrer closes doors

    After four years in Laguna Beach, Rohrer Fine Art has closed its doors permanently. The upscale gallery, where a multi-million dollar sale of works by Monet and Degas made local history in 2007, has moved its wares to Palm Desert and a new location in...
  • 'The Whale' by Philip Hoare

    'The Whale' by Philip Hoare
    Philip Hoare is best known for his biography of Noel Coward, but he turns his attention to a much grimmer subject than the follies of "Mad Dogs and Englishmen" in "The Whale," an eminently readable chronicle of the tragic interaction between humans and...