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  • State political watchdog is investigating L.A. Coliseum chief

    State political watchdog is investigating L.A. Coliseum chief
    State authorities are investigating whether the head of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum illegally sought a job with USC even as he was responsible for protecting taxpayers in talks to surrender control of the stadium to the university. The probe is...
  • Chan Lowe: FAU sells stadium naming rights to a prison company

    Chan Lowe: FAU sells stadium naming rights to a prison company
    The grand old names—the ones we gave to places before somebody invented “naming rights” for sports venues—can still stir the American spirit with their roughhewn poetry: Camden Yards, Fenway Park, Yankee Stadium, Candlestick Park,...
  • L.A. Coliseum Commission officials cash in on unused sick leave

    L.A. Coliseum Commission officials cash in on unused sick leave
    Top officials at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum have shown a knack for banking healthy chunks of unused sick leave on the public payroll — in one case, about 35 years' worth. Interim General Manager John Sandbrook, a retired University of...
  • Electronic dance music, the buzzed-about next big thing, is poised to drop into Hampton Roads

    Electronic dance music, the buzzed-about next big thing, is poised to drop into Hampton Roads
    Vibrations of change will soon be rumbling an arena near you. Next weekend, two electronic dance music acts whose music you're not likely to hear on the radio will entertain thousands of young people at Hampton Coliseum. Pretty Lights, the stage...
  • A fatal toll on concertgoers as raves boost cities' income

    A fatal toll on concertgoers as raves boost cities' income
    On the edge of the Mojave, music promoter Pasquale Rotella staged a rave about 11 years ago that ended with a coroner's wagon rolling down desert roads. Five people died of overdoses and drug-related car crashes during or shortly after the Nocturnal...
  • Bassnectar, Pretty Lights draw thousands to technicolor bacchanal at Hampton Coliseum

    Bassnectar, Pretty Lights draw thousands to technicolor bacchanal at Hampton Coliseum
    Saturday night's Bassnectar-Pretty Lights electronic-music dance party was powered by astoundingly intense, rafter-rattling low frequencies, high-tech beams of colored light and hordes of smiling, neon-clad young people. Were chemicals producing those...
  • The Valley Line: Saying a sad farewell to Pops music director

    The Valley Line: Saying a sad farewell to Pops music director
    For all of us who enjoy the summer concerts of the Pasadena Pops, the news Tuesday of the death of Marvin Hamlisch, its music director and conductor, was stunning. Even though it was apparent at his first two concerts this season that Hamlisch was not...
  • Hampton buying waterfront properties

    Hampton buying waterfront properties
    HAMPTON — There was a time when Johnel "Richard" Peoples found peace on his property fronting Lake Hampton. Traffic from nearby North Armistead Avenue was nearly inaudible from his backyard. He spent afternoons spotting birds and other wildlife...
  • Lender forecloses on portion of Hampton's H20 development

    HAMPTON — The condominiums at the east edge of Coliseum Lake near the Hampton Coliseum are under new ownership. An Atlanta-based lender won the property for pennies on the dollar at a public auction in March. Those homes are a part of the H2O...
  • Steve Van Buren dies at 91; Philadelphia Eagles running back

    Steve Van Buren dies at 91; Philadelphia Eagles running back
    Steve Van Buren, a Hall of Fame running back who led the Philadelphia Eagles to NFL titles in 1948 and 1949, died of pneumonia Thursday in Lancaster, Pa., the Eagles said. He was 91. The former Louisiana State star, nicknamed "Wham-Bam" for his quick and...
  • Love of Chicago history fuels Paul Durica

    Love of Chicago history fuels Paul Durica
    The first time I met Paul Durica, he was Ben Reitman. This was a few summers ago at the annual Bughouse Square Debates, held by the Newberry Library in the small Washington Square Park across the street and celebrating the bygone era when that park...