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  • Boys' basketball: Tuesday's scores

     
    TOURNAMENTS ATASCADERO Atascadero 72, Pioneer Valley 50 Santa Maria 35, Templeton 27 CATHEDRAL CITY Invitational Division Fairmont 69, Cathedral City 64 Miller 62, Colton 58 Harvard-Westlake 63, Corona Santiago 62 Las Vegas Silverado 57, El Camino Real 54...
  • Flooding hits Laguna Beach art community hard

     
    Olivia Batchelder went to sleep listening to the rain crash on her roof, but at a some point a new violence in the sound woke her up. Behind her house in Laguna Beach, the creek was overflowing. Out front, water......
  • Police arrest man suspected in 30 robberies of fast-food restaurants

     
    Laguna Beach police officials have arrested a man in connection with about 30 robberies of fast-food eateries, authorities said in a press release. David Brian Mattson, 48, was arrested last week after police said he tried to rob a restaurant,......
  • Escorts begin on Interstate 5; snow level could drop to 1,000 feet

     
    The California Highway Patrol began escorting cars across the Grapevine on Monday morning, but thousands remained stranded amid a snowstorm that stymied traffic between Northern and Southern California. Even with escorts, Interstate 5 remained jammed...
  • Hundreds stranded in Castaic as storm closes I-5

     
    View Grapevine closure in a larger map Hundreds of stranded cars and trucks were parked alongside Interstate 5 in Castaic on Monday, waiting for the north-south freeway to reopen after being closed by snow and freezing temperatures. Many drivers heading.....
  • Monster Mash: Actors' Equity has harsh words for 'Spider-Man'; Palestine National Orchestra debuts

     
    Harsh words: The president of Actors' Equity Assn. has released a lengthy statement expressing concern over the safety of the Broadway musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark." (Playbill) New ensemble: The Palestine National Orchestra has made its debut in...
  • Your recipe for the day: Roasted tomato bisque

     
    When it's cold, rainy and windy, I only want one thing: tomato soup. So Monday's recipe from the L.A. Times Test Kitchen is a roasted tomato bisque that comes to us courtesy of the Lumberyard Restaurant in Laguna Beach. It's......
  • L.A. Unheard: 11 bands to watch in 2011

     
    In a time when new music moves so fast that it feels like we should already be talking about 2012’s hot young bands, here are 11 of our picks to watch in 2011 – a few new names and some more recognizable locals primed to take their sounds to new...
  • Shopping: Splendid Littles for Target makes its debut

     
    Los Angeles-based casual-wear brand Splendid, famous for its ultra-soft fabrics and trendy silhouettes, is the latest label to collaborate with Target on a capsule collection. Although the brand is synonymous with the sexy, sun-kissed California look, its...
  • Girls' basketball: Thursday scores

     
    AMBASSADOR LEAGUE Linfield Christian 59, Calvary Murrieta 25 Woodcrest Christian 45, Western Christian 26 ARROWHEAD LEAGUE California Lutheran 42, Upland Christian Academy 19 BIG VIII LEAGUE Corona Centennial 72, Riverside North 42 Corona Santiago 44,...
  • Home tour: Spanish Revival meets flea-market mania

     
    Our latest home profile: When remaking their Laguna Beach house, Mark and Cindy Evans wanted to emulate the calm of the California missions they loved while celebrating their favorite pastime: shopping flea markets. Nearly everything in their 1929 Spanish...