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  • Pop & Hiss exclusive: Boom Bip reveals 'Zig Zaj' inspirations

     
    Boom Bip offers sonic insight into the inspiration behind his new album "Zig Zaj" by offering us his exclusive 'Album Parallels Mix.'...
  • Activists committed to Palestinian rights sail toward the Gaza Strip

     
    Palestinians: Two boats, one Canadian and the other Irish, left Turkish shores Wednesday sailing toward the Gaza Strip to try to break a five-year-long Israeli blockade....
  • Joanne Froggatt talks Season 2 of PBS’ “Downton Abbey”

     
    PBS’ Masterpiece has been hitting it out of the park frequently the last few years, but its grand slam of late has to be the Emmy-winning Edwardian drama Downton Abbey. Detailing the lives and loves of the Crawley family and its servants, the series...
  • Stormy Pacific rescue: 3 saved after sailing accident off Hawaii

     
    Ocean rescue: Two men and a boy are rescued from the Pacific Ocean near Hawaii. The Canadian trio had been traveling on a 39-foot sailboat from Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, when storms disabled their vessel....
  • Coast Guard halts offshore yacht racing in Bay Area after accident

     
    The U.S. Coast Guard has temporarily suspended offshore yacht racing in the San Francisco Bay Area after an accident earlier this month killed five of eight crew members near the rugged Farallon Islands. At least two races, one scheduled for......
  • Yacht deaths: Boat may have hit rocks, not large ship

     
    An online tracking system shows that a vessel identified as the Aegean struck a jagged island, potentially upending the original theory that the 37-foot sailboat was smashed by an oncoming tanker or freighter. The boat, one of more than 200......
  • Yacht deaths: one drowned, others died from blunt-force trauma

     
    Two of the four crewman who were lost when a 37-foot sailboat was destroyed during the annual Newport to Ensenada boat race died of blunt-force trauma, while a third drowned. The body of the fourth crewman, identified by race organizers......
  • Slain Idaho football player had just been awarded full scholarship

     
    The family of a University of Idaho student athlete slain early Sunday in Lincoln Heights was preparing to hold a surprise party for him this week in honor of his having received a full football scholarship for the upcoming year....
  • $100-million pot farm destroyed in Topanga State Park raid

     
    Authorities have uncovered a 34,000-plant marijuana farm in Topanga State Park -- the largest such operation found in the Santa Monica Mountains in seven years. Law enforcement officials raided the site Friday after park rangers found a plastic-lined...
  • Accident that killed four in yacht race to be probed by U.S. Sailing

     
    A boat accident that left four competitors in the annual Newport-to-Ensenada yacht race dead off the coast of Mexico will be reviewed by the national organization that governs the sport of sailing, it was announced Monday. U.S. Sailing has appointed......
  • Ex-L.A. County sheriff's deputy convicted of mayhem, torture, rape

     
    A former Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy accused of torturing and sexually assaulting his wife and her lover — leaving both badly mutilated — was convicted Monday in the 2008 crime. Robert McClain, 38, of Irvine forced his then 31-...