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  • 'Crooked Arrows,' the first lacrosse film, took a winding path

    'Crooked Arrows,' the first lacrosse film, took a winding path
    When it comes to lacrosse, all roads lead to Baltimore: That's key to the history of "Crooked Arrows," the first mainstream feature about the sport. It involves a stream of small investors and one genuine big-screen superhero — Brandon Routh, star...
  • Lacrosse stick maker STX invests in new ideas

    Inside a converted warehouse in Pigtown, off limits to most company emplyees, designers and engineers dream up and test equipment for one of the nation's fastest growing sports. They follow in the foot steps of company founder Richard B.C. Tucker, a 1951...
  • Huskies get a boost

    Editor: On Friday, Nov. 18, the Patterson Mill Athletic Boosters hosted their annual Bull & Oyster Roast at the Jarrettsville Gardens. In addition to enjoying great food, music and fun, the PMAB succeeded in raising $6,000 to help support the Husky...
  • 'The Amazing Race': Bucky gives us a preview

     
    Now tell me, which is more exciting: a bunch of walking billboards driving cars 200 laps around a track in Daytona, Florida or 11 teams of (mostly) regular people like you and me, racing one big ol’ lap around the......
  • 'The Amazing Race': And they're off ...

     
    Here's Bucky on last night's Amazing Race premiere ... (And my apologies for not posting this earlier!):And, they’re off…The teams gather in downtown Los Angeles to begin the 16th season of The Amazing Race and I immediately notice that some....
  • PRESS BOX

    •SWIMMING: Michael Phelps finished second in the 200-meter medley final at the short-course World Cup in Stockholm, struggling in the old-style swimsuit that will become standard next year. Phelps, who won a record eight gold medals at the 2008...
  • Datebook: Dreamy stop-motion, German cinema and Andy Warhol's shadows

    Datebook: Dreamy stop-motion, German cinema and Andy Warhol's shadows
    German films of the 1920s in L.A., animated wonders and a poet's circle in Pasadena, plus Andy Warhol in downtown, a Latin American documentary series and an entire festival devoted to exploring the overlap between art and science. It's all happening this...
  • Baseball: Chaminade's Blake Rutherford arrives home after winning gold medal

    Baseball: Chaminade's Blake Rutherford arrives home after winning gold medal
    Blake Rutherford is home. “I’m excited to be back,” he said Thursday morning. The Chaminade High baseball player won a gold medal with the USA 18U national team at the Pan American Championships in La Paz, Mexico, on Sunday, then was...
  • LAX kicks off $508-million renovation of Southwest Airlines terminal

    LAX kicks off $508-million renovation of Southwest Airlines terminal
    The modernization of outdated terminals at Los Angeles International Airport forged ahead Tuesday as work began on a $508-million renovation of one of the busiest passenger facilities. City leaders and airport officials broke ground at Terminal 1,...
  • Kim Kardashian defends Kanye West in wheelchair kerfuffle

    Kim Kardashian defends Kanye West in wheelchair kerfuffle
    The story about Kanye West stopping his concert until a person in a wheelchair and another with a prosthetic leg stood up has been twisted by the media, Kim Kardashian says. "What an amazing Australian tour! Its frustrating that something so awesome...
  • Bob Hope Airport sees slight bump in passengers

    Bob Hope Airport sees slight bump in passengers
    After a two-month dip in passengers at Bob Hope Airport, there was a 1.2% increase in July compared to the same month last year, despite a 4.7% drop in available seats, according to the latest passenger report. The airfield handled 322,512 passengers in...
  • Passel of Stars Flock to Estates in Tony Calabasas

    Despite stifling summertime temperatures and often traffic-jammed commutes to LAX and Beverly Hills, more and more celebs with the financial wherewithal to live in the most prime and temperate parts of Beverly Hills, Bel Air or Brentwood opt instead for...