| Nov 3, 2011
| 4:11 PM
Recently, I stopped by Mozambique to check out the stage and sound system because our band, Close Enough, has been invited to play there from 5 to 7 p.m. Nov. 11 for the early bird session.
Having been a past resident of Laguna Beach (living at...
| Jun 11, 2012
| 10:35 AM
"H.B. Champion Standards Win 3 to 2! Fastest Game of Baseball Witnessed Here! 2000 See Game! Gate receipts over $609!"
So trumpeted the local headlines one summer day in the late 1920s after a ballgame in Huntington Beach.
For many fans, baseball...
| Jun 27, 2012
| 8:16 AM
SAN DIEGO-- Imagine communicating just by thinking. It may sound like science fiction, but a San Diego company is developing a revolutionary device that may soon make it possible.
Meet the iBrain. It looks like a headband, but it’s an EEG brain...
| Nov 13, 2011
| 11:18 PM
We start by putting our Bud Light Spotlight on a glimmer of hope from a place we’d least expect it: Pullman.
I’d argue that the best sports story in the country this weekend came at Washington State.
For close to a week, we were...
| Jul 9, 2012
| 7:32 AM
Gayle Anderson was live in Compton with a preview of Wednesday’s MLB ALS FUNDRAISER at the MLB Urban Youth Academy. The California Collegiate League, The Golden West Chapter of The ALS Association and Natural Balance Pet Foods present the "BATTLE OF...
| Dec 29, 2011
| 3:00 PM
Animal rights activists gathered in Muskegon Thursday in protest, outside of Northern Biomedical Research, Inc., 930 W. Sherman Blvd. The group is upset about the use of animals for medical testing.
Northern Biomedical Research (NBR), said in a news...
| Aug 12, 2011
| 11:05 AM
When he and his staff moved back into their offices in the Carroll Building last year after a renovation, Howard County State's Attorney Dario Broccolino noticed how bare the walls were and how lifeless the place seemed.
It had been a while since the...
| Aug 9, 2011
| 5:26 PM
Thinking backon his efforts as an ambassador of baseball, Cal Ripken Jr. recalled howthe teens he worked with in Nicaragua were so excited it was impossible to corral them into groups, while the kids in China were so reserved it was hard to get them out...
| Feb 15, 2010
The explosive spread of electromagnetic fields across the world has undeniably spawned at least one disorder: electrosensitivity syndrome. Millions of people - most of them in Europe - say they suffer headaches, depression, nausea, rashes and other...
| Jun 7, 2010
Many studies have shown that there are a great deal of therapeutic benefits to owning a pet.
Your pet pooch can lower your blood pressure, and therapy dogs are used in hospitals and nursing homes nationwide to help patients heal and cheer people up. We...
| Mar 22, 2010
"Ill Fares the Land" is a remarkably compelling book made all the more so by the remarkable circumstances surrounding its composition.
Its author, British-born Tony Judt, is our preeminent historian of postwar Europe, a scholar of remarkable breadth...