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  • SLOW START, STRONG FINISH

     
    Following a meandering start to the recruiting season, Penn State completed a solid class in the past month, boosted by two decommits from Pitt. Penn State is scheduled to sign a class of 15 players on Wednesday, with another prospect......
  • Night life: A night at the new Roxbury

     
    Few L.A. nightclubs loomed as large in the public imagination as the Roxbury during its near-decade-long reign on Sunset Boulevard. From the late 1980s to 1997, it was one of the West Coast's premier celebrity playhouses, hosting newsmakers such as...
  • Matt Weinstock, Jan. 26, 1961

     
    Jan. 26, 1961: The sound of an auto collision at Sunset Boulevard and Roxbury Drive attracted the usual crowd of onlookers and as Eugene Rodney, producer of the Robert Young TV show, dejectedly appraised the damage to his white Thunderbird,......
  • Burglar smashes car window, and more

     
    The following items were taken from Schaumburg police records on Nov. 4. Burglary A laptop, valued at $1,500, a watch, valued at $800, luggage and …...
  • Hemingway's: For whom the bar tolls

     
    It's past midnight on a recent Friday night in Hollywood and Johnny Zander, owner of Hemingway's, is agitated. He's concerned that his new place, which is themed around writer Ernest Hemingway, is too crowded. Earlier in the evening, Teen Vogue's Young...
  • Theater review: 'I Loved Lucy' at Laguna Playhouse

     
    The gap between Lucille Ball and Lucy, her lovable TV alter ego, could be startling for unsuspecting fans. Watching her respond to questions from Dick Cavett with a sandpapery brusqueness or rebuff Merv Griffin as he put an innocent hand......
  • Southern California animal lovers' calendar: Weekend of Sept. 25-26 and beyond

     
    Animal lovers, have we got good news for you. This weekend and the weeks ahead are full of fun opportunities to help charities focused on everything from pet adoption to farm-animal welfare, events where you can meet your next furry......
  • Baseball: Sophomore Williams is Foothill player of the year

     
    Sophomore Trey Williams from Valencia has been selected the Foothill League player of the year. Pitcher Tommy Kister from Saugus is the pitcher of the year. First-team all-league choices: Justin Sheehan, Saugus, Jr.; Nick Lombardi, Saugus, Jr.; Kyle...
  • Album review: Eminem's 'Recovery'

     
    Ever since Kanye West looped Daft Punk's "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger," the hip-hop zeitgeist has tilted toward techno. Skinny-jeaned stars Wiz Khalifa and Kid Cudi have rapped over Alice Deejay and Robert Miles, while Power 106 keeps house DJ David....
  • Programs on hiking, China's Silk Road and Israel

    HIKING Workshop Six-hour field class offers beginners tips on using maps and compasses. When, where: 9 a.m. Sunday at the REI store in Santa Monica, 402 Santa Monica Blvd., Santa Monica. Admission, info: $60 members, $80 for non-members. (310)...
  • Explore The Ruins Of A 19th Century Mining And Smelting Operation At The Mine Hill Preserve In Roxbury

    Roxbury's Mine Hill Preserve is about as close as one can get to an old western ghost town minus the tumbleweed blowing down Main Street and the cactus. In the 1860s, on the banks of the scenic Shepaug River, a town known as Chalybes formed around a...