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Top Karate Articles

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  • Karate all about the journey

    The sparsely decorated Victory Karate Dojo & Fitness, with it bare wood floors and large mirror, belies the philosophy of its instructors: Advancement in rank and in life can be attained only through discipline and hard training. It's a style of teaching...
  • Films to aid newborns

    Most people don't associate baby warmers with the movies "Karate Kid" or "Grown Ups," but maybe after Verdugo Hills Hospital hosts its first film series, they might. The first film series at United Artists La Cañada 8 Theatres will feature the upcoming...
  • June 10: Midday Fix - Sensei Ken McLaughlin from the Kids Karate Club Program

    June 10: Midday Fix - Sensei Ken McLaughlin from the Kids Karate Club Program
    Kids Karate Club Program This exciting program is designed specifically to teach children martial arts, public safety, awareness, and respect while building self-esteem and confidence with a strong emphasis on family involvement. Students will learn...
  • New Karate Kid has new digs, new chops

    New Karate Kid has new digs, new chops
    One thing Pat Morita brought to the original Karate Kid that the great martial arts clown Jackie Chan could never match – surprise. Mr. Miyagi, who teaches a bullied teen how to defend himself in those films, could talk a good game. But like Yoda,...
  • Reel Critic: Audiences wax on, wax off again for 'Karate Kid'

    Does it seem a bit lazy to remake "The Karate Kid" minus the karate? Now everybody's kung fu fighting — fast as lightning, rib-cracking action that makes the 1984 original seem as rough as "Joanie Loves Chachi." Dre (Jaden Smith) reluctantly moves...
  • Schumer Warns Of Sex Offender Law Loopholes

    Schumer Warns Of Sex Offender Law  Loopholes
    State laws nationwide prohibit sex offenders from working as school teachers and coaches. But most laws don't cover karate instructors, youth coaches, carnival workers, clowns, magicians, or dance instructors in the private sector when public funds aren't...
  • Choosing a Martial Art: Tae Kwon Do

    Choosing a Martial Art: Tae Kwon Do
    Tae Kwon Do is probably the most popular martial arts in the United States, and possibly the world. Tae Kwon Do, which translates to "the way of kicking and punching " originated in Korea. There is some debate about the exact origin of the art, but it...
  • 'Dancing With the Stars': You've got male!

     
    Woo hoo! â??Dancing with the Starsâ?? is back, and bigger than ever! With a whopping 16 contestants vying for that coveted Mirrorball trophy, the producers split Season 9â??s first weekâ??s competition into two parts: the men and the women....
  • Clash of the Titans 2: Karate Kid 2

     
    A Clash of the Titans 2 is setting up, with writer and director on board. And, as we all suspected once that box office report came in, there may very well be a Karate Kid 2. The director of the first one says so. Two middling to poor movies, to earn...
  • Box office: 'Twilight Saga: Eclipse' is huge but just short of 'New Moon'; 'Airbender' has solid start [updated]

     
    The new "Twilight" is a massive success by any yardstick except for the last "Twilight." Despite being the first movie in the vampire romance saga to play in the summer and on Imax screens, which carry a ticket-price surcharge, "The......
  • Despicable Me rolls to a $58 million weekend

     
    Maybe the ad campaign had a hard time explaining what the movie was about. Reviewers summoned up Looney Toons references in an effort to capture the essence of its anarchy. But audiences have come to realize that the most reliable movie outing this year...