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  • Basketball: Saturday's regional semifinal scores

     
    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL BASKETBALL BOYS Regional semifinals, Saturday Division I Mater Dei 72, Long Beach Poly 55 Corona Centennial 94, Taft 81 Division II San Diego Lincoln 83, Gahr 52 Summit 79, Peninsula 74 Division III La Canada 60, Inglewood.......
  • Basketball: updated regional pairings (NorCal and SoCal)

     
    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL BASKETBALL BOYS Regional semifinals, Saturday, 7 p.m. unless noted Division I #4 Mater Dei vs. #1 Long Beach Poly at Long Beach CC, 6 p.m. #3 Taft vs. #2 Corona Centennial at Corona Roosevelt, 5 p.m. Division......
  • Before closing on Broadway, 'American Idiot' to bring back Billie Joe Armstrong

     
    Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day returning to 'American Idiot' before closure...
  • Schedule for first day of Dr. Phillips Invitational boys volleyball

     
    The Dr. Phillips Invitational boys volleyball tournament is scheduled for Friday and Saturday at the Orlando Sports Center (6700 Kingspointe Pkwy.) and will include 28 teams, including 22 from Central Florida. The 16-team Premier Division has 11 area...
  • The Dry Garden: Teaching kids how to grow food the Farmscape way

     
    Most people, save Atlantic magazine's resident contrarian Caitlin Flanagan, agree that school gardens are a good thing. They encourage experimentation, critical thinking and healthful eating. Done right, they raise parental participation in schools. At...
  • The clarinet stories of jazz player Ben Goldberg

     
    Catching up with jazz clarinetist Ben Goldberg and his Go Home combo....
  • Remembering Owsley "Bear" Stanley (1935-2011) [Audio]

     
    The obituary for Owsley "Bear" Stanley ran in the news pages of the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday, but it spiritually inhabits the music section. Though he never received the cult of his contemporary, Timothy Leary, the eccentric Stanley did......
  • L.A. says it's prepared for radiation from Japan, though no problems are expected

     
    While stressing that L.A. faces no health dangers, city officials said they are activating some emergency- and disaster-response protocols following the nuclear crisis in Japan. The changes include having various departments on a heightened alert and...
  • Marijuana legalization advocates organize to put new measure on California ballot

     
    The campaign behind a failed initiative to legalize marijuana in California announced Friday it had formed a new committee to put another measure on the ballot. The Coalition for Cannabis Policy Reform 2012 aims to build on the unusual support......
  • Girls' basketball: Mater Dei is headed to Sacramento

     
    The Mater Dei girls' basketball team came away with a 59-44 victory over Canyon Springs in the Division I girls' regional final. Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, the Gatorade national player of the year, scored 23 points and had eight rebounds. Alexyz Vaioletama.....
  • 17 of 20 teams in state finals are private schools

     
    Let the debate begin. Of the 20 teams to qualify for next weekend's state basketball championships in Sacramento, 17 are private schools. The only public schools to earn spots are Berkeley in Division I girls, Rialto in Division II girls......