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  • Tourney comes to Glendale with classic feeling

    GLENDALE — No matter what part of Southern California the Glendale Panthers 13-and-under boys' basketball travel ball team has traveled to for a tournament, Coach Avedis Melkonyan sensed a genuine interest with those respective communities following...
  • Mesa Musings: Bugs lead to free night at the beach

    My wife, Hedy, is creeped out by bugs. So creeped out, in fact, that she refuses to read anything by Kafka. About a dozen years ago we traveled to Hawaii. We'd made numerous trips to the islands with our daughters, but now, as empty nesters, we were...
  • Off the beaten path

    Sometimes the best getaways are not the most obvious and you know the feeling when you stumble upon that extra-special experience that is good for lots of conversation around the water cooler Monday morning. California is blessed to have more than its...
  • Elton John & Leon Russell: Keyboard colleagues

    Elton John &  Leon Russell: Keyboard colleagues
    Few people can get away with telling an anecdote about being on safari in Africa and make it sound like a trip to the supermarket. But for Elton John, that's precisely how and where he became inspired to call his keyboard-playing pal Leon Russell after...
  • Sleepy Sundance Resort will seduce you with its beauty

    In skiing, as in marriage, spousal roles are defined, distinct -- and often at odds. He thinks "whiteout" is code for no one on the slopes and plenty of fresh powder. She views a blizzard as a good reason to stay inside and read a book. He thinks...
  • Reel Critics: 'Prince' is destined to make money, sequels

    Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer joined forces to create the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise. They teamed up again to produce the swashbuckling "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time." It's based on a successful video game, which ensures an audience of...
  • Mailbag: All should support cleaner energy

      Thanks to the Daily Pilot for publishing the photo of the "Hands Across the Sand" event organized by fellow Corona del Mar resident Sophie Molinary ("Corona del Mar Today," Daily Pilot, June 27). All Californians must surely support cleaner energy...
  • Why cars break down: 5 common car failures

    Why cars break down: 5 common car failures
    Nothing can slow down a road trip like car trouble, and seeing that "check engine" light flash on the dashboard is a surefire way to put the brakes on a summer getaway. In preparation for the summer travel season, CarMD.com announced the five most...
  • Gilroy: A fascinating history with more than a hint of garlic

    Gilroy: A fascinating history with more than a hint of garlic
    Lori Guerriero was on her knees cooing at and cajoling 14-month-old Alexis Garcia, the son of a friend, to smile at her while she tried to take his picture. Alexis was much more interested in me, though, a stranger with his own camera trying to capture...
  • La Caņada makes plays late to beat St. Francis

    LA CAŅADA FLINTRIDGE — Both sides from the boys' basketball rivalry between neighboring schools St. Francis High and La Caņada approached Friday afternoon's Flintridge Prep Tournament game with no shortage of competitive spirit, displayed by the...
  • 10 vacations for solo travelers

    10 vacations for solo travelers
    Whether by necessity or choice, a quarter of Americans take at least one vacation by themselves each year. Some solo travelers are single. Some have partners who dislike travel or have different interests or can't get away. Some just crave freedom. But...