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  • Kobe Bryant nearly brought to tears by Staples Center Game 4 ovation

    Kobe Bryant nearly brought to tears by Staples Center Game 4 ovation
    The Lakers were swept out the playoffs last spring by the San Antonio Spurs as Dwight Howard was ejected in Game 4 while Kobe Bryant sat in the locker room because of a recently torn Achilles' tendon. Minutes after Howard stormed to the locker room,...
  • Condoleezza Rice's desire for college football playoff dates to 1966

    Condoleezza Rice's desire for college football playoff dates to 1966
    It turns out Condoleezza Rice wanted to be on the College Football Playoff selection committee in part because she had an old tie score to settle. "Look, we've been trying to get this right for a long time," Rice said Wednesday on a conference call ...
  • Virgen: Hartig comes full circle

    Virgen: Hartig comes full circle
    Wella Hartig, the mother of Aaron and Hayley Peirsol, smiles when she talks about the three spots she'll speak at within six days. The Newport Beach YMCA, Newport Harbor High and Woollett Aquatic Center are meaningful sites to her, a chance for her to...
  • Banana George Blair: Water-skiing legend

    Banana George Blair: Water-skiing legend
    JoAnne Blair met her husband in the Yellow Pages. She tried water skiing once, but failed miserably. So she looked up water skiing instruction in the Manhattan Yellow Pages, and that's how she met Banana George. Banana George Blair made a name for...
  • South Beach Wine and Food Festival tickets go on sale

    South Beach Wine and Food Festival tickets go on sale
    The South Beach Wine and Food Festival is at it again. Tickets just went on sale for the lavish food fest known for its high-end guests and parties. In its 13th year, the annual fest happens at Feb. 20 to 23 with a long line-up of dinners, tasties and...
  • Hopkins, City grad Scroggs to receive IMLCA Creators Award

    Hopkins, City grad Scroggs to receive IMLCA Creators Award
    Baltimore native Willie Scroggs, who led North Carolina to three national titles in a six-year span, will receive the Intercollegiate Men's Lacrosse Coaches Association Creators Award on Dec. 13. The awards luncheon will be held during the IMLCA...
  • Are the Golden State Warriors really 'The New Showtime'?

    Are the Golden State Warriors worthy of the moniker "The New Showtime"? Sports Illustrated's NBA season preview features four different covers, one of which features Warriors guard Stephen Curry, that "Showtime" headline and the subheadline "Steph Curry...
  • 1989-90 Magic: Where are they now?

    1989-90 Magic: Where are they now?
    1989-90 Magic: Where are they now? SG Nick Anderson: Anderson was the Magic's first draft pick and became the franchise's all-time leading scorer before Dwight Howard broke his record. He is beginning his seventh season as a community ambassador with...
  • Dolphins center Mike Pouncey served subpoena after Patriots loss

    Dolphins center Mike Pouncey served subpoena after Patriots loss
    FOXBORO, Mass. - Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey was served a subpoena shortly after Sunday's 27-17 loss to the New England Patriots. The Massachusetts State Police issued Pouncey the subpoena as he exited the team's locker room at Gillette Stadium....
  • Q&A: 'Secretariat' star Diane Lane

    Q&A: 'Secretariat' star Diane Lane
    Originally published Oct. 1, 2010 As a child, Diane Lane really, really wanted a horse of her own. Really. “I was relatively obsessed,” says the 45-year-old actress, “starting with my rocking horse at age 2 all the way through my...
  • Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson admits he cheated on test

    Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson admits he cheated on test
    Quarterback Everett Golson, who led Notre Dame to last year's BCS title game, admitted in a Sports Illustrated story he was suspended from the team for cheating. "Basically, I had poor judgment on a test," Golson told SI's Andy Staples in a recent...