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  • Times Past: A monthly payment to make you weep (with envy)

     
    Snapshot from the Los Angeles Times' archives: April 2, 1967 If the $40,000 price on a three-bedroom house scared you, no worries. This ad in The Times' West magazine said the developer would take your old house as a trade-in. -- Joan Fantazia Photo...
  • Football: Jon Mack has program growing at Crespi

     
    The numbers are up, and that's what Encino Crespi wanted when it hired former Ventura St. Bonaventure Coach Jon Mack to take over the program. His biggest newcomer is Los Angeles Dorsey transfer Jordan Simmons, a 6-foot-4, 340-pound junior offensive......
  • Encino's California United Bank to acquire California Oaks State Bank

     
    California United Bank, a 5-year-old Encino community bank, plans to extend its Ventura County operations by acquiring California Oaks State Bank of Thousand Oaks, a smaller business lender that also has an office in Simi Valley. An announcement Wednesday...
  • Football: Loyola gets 10-7 win over Mira Costa

     
    Los Angeles Loyola gave first-year Coach Mike Christensen a victory in his debut with a 10-7 victory over Manhattan Beach Mira Costa. Compton Dominguez is headed to an upset victory over host Encino Crespi, leading, 14-3, in the fourth quarter.......
  • Heal the Bay mobilizes for beach cleanup

     
    If you've read Heal the Bay's annual beach report card, you know that while some strands have shown improvement, there are still some filthy waterfronts and waterways in the Southland. If you want to do something about it, Sept. 25......
  • Football: St. Bonaventure wins impressively

     
    Ventura St. Bonaventure had four interceptions, and junior quarterback Marc Evans completed 17 of 25 passes for 234 yards and one touchdown in a 32-7 victory over Long Beach Poly. Bobby Marquez had two interceptions. Valencia defeated Sherman Oaks Notre.....
  • West Nile virus spreading in areas of L.A. County, authorities say

     
    West Nile virus, a potentially fatal disease transmitted by mosquito bites, is spreading in birds and mosquitoes in Los Angeles County, with recent activity found in the San Fernando Valley, the eastern San Gabriel Valley and southeast L.A. County. Two......
  • Times Past: A living room that flies? In coach, no less

     
    Snapshot from the Los Angeles Times' archives: Aug. 15, 1971 Sit back, stretch out, relax -- and remember how airlines could make you feel right at home. That's because there might have been as much room as home, even in coach. Yes, this was the lounge in...
  • Glenn Gould, Louisville Orchestra spotlighted in new documentaries

     
    Now playing in limited release are two new documentaries that should pique the interest of classical-music fans both casual and die-hard. "Genius Within: The Inner Life of Glenn Gould" is the latest in a line of films to chronicle the......
  • Defendant in 'Hillside Burglaries' sentenced to 17 years in prison

     
    A leader of the so-called "Hillside Burglars," believed reponsible for more than 150 break-ins targeting some of Los Angeles' wealthiest neighborhoods, was sentenced to 17 years in state prison, authorities said Thursday. Police said Troy Corsby Thomas,...
  • Michael Jackson Still Making Big Money After Death

    Michael Jackson Still Making Big Money After Death
    LOS ANGELES -- Michael Jackson's estate has earned $250 million dollars in the year since his death, proving the "King of Pop" is still reigning at the top of the charts. The estate's co-executors, John Branca and John McClain, say the estate has made...