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Asha

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  • All-Seminole Athletic Conference girls soccer team announced

     
    Seminole Athletic Conference champion Hagerty landed four players on the All-SAC girls soccer first-team. Mikaela Renfro, Samantha Collin, Amyah Banks and Ruvimbo Mucherera represented the Huskies, who will play Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas in...
  • Universal Language

     
    Tom Schnabel and Jordan Peimer riff on world music, audience pleasers...and what doesn't sell in L.A....
  • 'Game of Thrones' recap: Power plays in the Seven Kingdoms

     
    "Game of Thrones" was recently picked up for a third season, which means that the events of George R.R. Martin's third novel, "Storm of Swords," will indeed make their way to the small screen, possibly over multiple seasons. If you've enjoyed the shocking...
  • Q: Whatever Happened to...?

    Emmett Miller - As of October 2010, Emmett has left KTLA. Markina Brown - Markina left KTLA in 2010. Asha Blake - Asha left KTLA in 2009. Ross King - Ross left KTLA in 2009. Damon Andrews - Damon left KTLA in 2009. He works for SportsNet Central in...
  • Calendar

    FRIDAY: Peter Kote will moderate "It's Your Money" from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Fridays in the Community Room at the Susi Q Laguna Beach Senior Center, 380 Third St. To register for the series, contact Laguna Beach Community Foundation at (949) 715-8223 or info@...
  • Exploring Boo's Mumbai

    Exploring Boo's Mumbai
    When Katherine Boo won the MacArthur Foundation “genius” grant 10 years ago, the citation praised her as one of the most influential journalists writing about contemporary social conditions. It noted her "expansive research, elegant...
  • The whorl of poverty

    The whorl  of poverty
    Our May Book of the Month discussion will conclude with an interview with Katherine Boo, author of “Behind the Beautiful Forevers: Life, Death, and Hope in a Mumbai Undercity.” The MacArthur Genius winner, recognized for the prodigious...
  • On Theater: Musical spoof plays well in Newport

    On Theater: Musical spoof plays well in Newport
    The popularity of musical theater in the middle part of the past century brought with it a few gentle spoofs of the genre — "Little Mary Sunshine" and "Dames at Sea" among the most notable. The satirical art also flowered in England, where...
  • Zoo's snow leopards undergo corrective eye surgery

    Zoo's snow leopards undergo corrective eye surgery
    Woodland Park Zoo said that its two 3 1/2-month-old snow leopards, Shanti and Asha, have undergone another round of corrective eye surgery. The leopards were born with eye and eyelid defects and each of them are blind in the right eye.
  • Summer camp helps special-needs children

    Summer camp helps special-needs children
    Some campers learned a few new dance moves this week at a revamped summer camp for special-needs children in Costa Mesa. Halfway through the Camp of Creative Minds, which is eight weeks and serves children ages 5 to 18 who have autism or other related...
  • Great tasting veggie foods

    Meatless food products that look and taste like nothing you've seen before. KTLA's Asha Blake is here to tell us about the Veggie Grill.
  • Green Words: What do they mean?

    Green Words: What do they mean?
    Do you know what the words "harmonically grown" mean? Every day new "green" words are popping up on store products. And some of those products come with confusing labels. To figure it all out, KTLA's Asha Blake takes you to school -- green style.