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  • A Bakery's Journey From Darkness To Light

    A Bakery's Journey From Darkness To Light
    It was lunchtime at Nardi Breads Inc., but no one was thinking about eating in the dark, cold cavernous commercial bakery — not on the seventh day without power, the seventh day of wondering how the 103-year old business would survive. Owner...
  • Summer reading: Biographies

    All In From Refugee Camp to Poker Champ Jerry Yang with Mark Tabb Medallion: $24.95 Yang's memoir of becoming a world-class poker champion starts with his family, along with thousands of other Hmong, fleeing their Laotian homeland during the Vietnam...
  • Alma Pearson dies at 96; major donor to California Lutheran University projects

    Alma Pearson Major donor to university Alma Pearson, 96, a major donor to California Lutheran University projects including the library that bears her name at the Thousand Oaks campus, died Nov. 21 in Santa Barbara, the university announced. Pearson and...
  • Yea for York

    He still remembers the first professional uniform he ever wore. He was 18 years old, fresh off the bus from Arkansas. The jersey said White Roses across the chest. In his first pro game, the public address announcer in York, Pa., announced the team's...
  • Dodgers' Moon found success in Coliseum

    Dodgers' Moon found success in Coliseum
    It seemed like the worst kind of trade, one that favored neither team, a deal best left in the small print on the transactions page. A half century ago, the Dodgers sent Gino Cimoli to the St. Louis Cardinals for Wally Moon, an exchange of outfielders,...
  • The Coliseum was no 'real baseball'

    The crowds that welcomed the Dodgers to Los Angeles and continued to respond to their historic presence were enormous -- 78,652 for the first game in 1958, 93,103 for a 1959 exhibition with the New York Yankees saluting Roy Campanella, and more than 92,...
  • ESPN promotes South Dakota tourism or something

     
    ESPN's latest "Mt. Rushmore of Sports" release doesn't make much more sense to me than the last one. It appears Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Joe Namath and Manhasset's own Jim Brown will represent New York in this feature. I'm not......
  • Delgado: 'I've never done anything illegal.'

     
    In the wake of A-Rod's stunning admission, and the steroid cloud still hanging over baseball, Carlos Delgado was asked today if he was worried about the public perception of sluggers like himself -- especially with 103 unnamed players on that......
  • The 15 greatest L.A. Dodgers of all time, No. 3: Vin Scully

     
    Continuing our countdown of the greatest L.A. Dodgers of all time, as chosen by our readers. No. 3: Vin Scully (3,299 first-place votes, 70,070 points) When you think of the Dodgers, the first thing that pops into the minds of......
  • Wayne Block will retire after 27 years as CNU's sports publicist

    Wayne Block will retire after 27 years as CNU's sports publicist
    - Wayne Block has been at CNU for more than a quarter of a century - He and his wife will retire to Arizona - Block feels the addition of football energized the campus Wayne Block was a big-city kid steeped in big-city sports. He was a ballboy for the...
  • Legend or villain: How will you remember A-Rod?

    Legend or villain: How will you remember A-Rod?
    As the Tigers and Rays were playing on Monday Night Baseball an intriguing storyline began to emerge. Going into the bottom of the 6th inning, Max Scherzer and Matt Garza were both throwing no hitters. Simultaneously, many miles away, Alex Rodriguez was...