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  • Kim, Maemura tie for medalist honor

    PASADENA — At no point does the Pacific League figure to be easy for any of its six girls' golf teams. Some of the squads have accumulated plenty of experience the past several seasons, while others are looking to turn the corner and build their...
  • CV takes 2nd place

    Over the course of the first two Pacific League matches, second-year Crescenta Valley High girls' golf Coach Lee Pope had seen steady improvement in his Falcons team. The trend continued and Pope liked what he saw Monday afternoon after Crescenta...
  • Sacred Heart's doubles drop Chaminade

    GIRLS' TENNIS Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 12, Chaminade 6: The host Tologs swept all nine doubles sets Tuesday in a Mission League match at Fremont Tennis Center. Elizabeth Williamson and Victoria McGregor won, 6-2, 6-3, 6-1 for the Tologs, who...
  • Chia reels in league crown

    Shortly after she shot a two-under par 73 in the second round of the Pacific League individual final, Jocelyn Chia wasn’t sure it would be enough to win her first league championship. All the Crescenta Valley High sophomore girls’ golfer...
  • Panthers pounce on Walnut

    BOYS' WATER POLO Pasadena Poly 9, Walnut 4: Fueled by Henry Pray's six goals, the Panthers picked up a nonleague win Friday to improve to 20-1 overall. Kelly McGee scored two and Chris McWilliams added one in a winning effort. Poly, ranked No. 3 in...
  • Seven Days of Utopia

    Seven Days of Utopia
    If you think golf is boring -- a movie about golf filled with religious and sports clichés -- will probably bore you, too. This is a story about a recently turned pro golfer (Lucas Black, who I last remember seeing as the child who befriends Karl in...
  • Chia moves on in CIF

    Finding herself in a familiar position, Crescenta Valley High sophomore golfer Jocelyn Chia notched herself a familiar result. A season removed from a run to the Southern California championships, the Falcons' standout golfer took her next step in...
  • Spartans, Tologs golf squads look to move up

    Spartans, Tologs golf squads look to move up
    La Cañada High girls' golf Coach Rich Wheeler issued a pact with his team before the spring semester concluded — practice with their respective individual coaches and be prepared for the upcoming season. Wheeler won't have to wait long to find...
  • Denzel Washington movie 'Flight' to debut at New York Film Fest

    Denzel Washington movie 'Flight' to debut at New York Film Fest
    “Flight,” starring Denzel Washington as a pilot who saves almost all his passengers after a nearly miraculous crash landing, will be the closing night film at the New York Film Festival, organizers announced Thursday. Directed by Robert...
  • 'Why Stop Now' review: An Oscar winner, an Oscar nominee and Tracy Morgan?

    'Why Stop Now' review: An Oscar winner, an Oscar nominee and Tracy Morgan?
    **1/2 (out of four) Tracy Morgan’s such a ridiculous caricature of a human being on “30 Rock” and in interviews that it’s always great to see him actually acting. And acting like a semi-normal person. He was serious in last year&...
  • Highbrow films (such as 'Frost/Nixon') wait and see

    Highbrow films (such as 'Frost/Nixon') wait and see
    “I’ve Loved You So Long” is the kind of acclaimed foreign-language movie that should do solid business in unprovincial locations such as New Orleans, Pittsburgh, Nashville and St. Louis. Ten weeks after Sony Pictures Classics first...
  • Lead actress: Kate Winslet, 'The Reader'

    Lead actress: Kate Winslet, 'The Reader'
    An extraordinary and much-loved actress, Kate Winslet is disarming, delightful, decent in a world saturated by excessively annoying egos. So many richly attenuated performances from that increasingly rare creature who treats acting as craft as much as...