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Pop & HissThe influential rock guitarist leads a lineup in Anaheim that also includes 'Honeyboy' Edwards. One of the musical highlights in recent years of the National Assn. of Music Merchantsâannual trade show, now under way in Anaheim, has been Deke Dickersonâ...
Joe Bowman, a nationally known Texas sharpshooter who could blast an aspirin to powder at 30 paces and split a playing card edgewise at 20, has died. He was 84. He had been in Albuquerque, where he had staged a fast-draw and sharpshooting exhibition...
Pop & HissChatsworth is Manson Country, the porn capital of the United States, a sleepy suburb on the fringe of Los Angeles, where people head when they want to escape but stay close enough. The land is cheap(er), horses trot across what......
L.A. NOWThe Autry National Center has bought a facility on Victory Boulevard in Burbank to house a new research and resource center. The site will accommodate curatorial offices, laboratories, two research libraries and about 500,000 artworks and artifacts,...
TV producer Nigel Lythgoe has seen some pretty good moves as a judge on "So You Think You Can Dance." Now he has made one of his own. He listed his Hollywood Hills home at $2,649,000 earlier this year and was in escrow within a month. The sale recently...
Angels UnpluggedIt is perhaps the grimmest on-field moment in Angels history: In 1986, with the Angels one strike away from their first World Series appearance, with Gene Autry waiting to celebrate and the champagne ready for spraying, Boston's Dave Henderson hits......
Angels UnpluggedI love telling the story. Any time the subject of the Angels comes up, I quickly roll into storytelling mode. Some enjoy my tale while others just listen politely and then walk away, no doubt wondering why I just wasted......
The Fabulous ForumGene Autry, the Angels' founding owner, and former Angels manager Gene Mauch are among 20 candidates for induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Managers, umpires and executives are not included in the annual Hall of Fame voting among......
The Daily MirrorNov. 21, 1959 This was a very small story that turned into a big deal. The Dodgers were moving on the radio from KMPC to KFI for the 1960 season. The significance? Gene Autry's company owned KMPC and when the Dodgers left, he looked for something to...
Two stories this week highlighted some great efforts being made in Huntington Beach on behalf of kids, and by kids themselves. We start by going back to 1991 San Diego. You may remember the tragic case of Leticia Hernandez, the Oceanside youngster who...
Tags: Juvenile Delinquency, Children, Golf, Rollie Fingers, Kidnapping
Adele Mara, a film and television actress whose many credits included the 1949 John Wayne film "Sands of Iwo Jima," died of natural causes Friday at her home in Pacific Palisades, her family said. She was 87. Born Adelaide Delgado on April 28, 1923, in...
Tags: Roy Rogers, Movies, Television, John Wayne, Television Industry
The Gene Autry estate, built in 1949 in Studio City by the cowboy singer-actor, has come on the market at $6.9 million. Owned by his widow, Jacqueline Autry, the forested property's 3.5-plus acres center on a two-story Spanish-style house of about 8,...
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