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  • Boys' basketball: London Perrantes is back from trip to Europe

     
    Virginia-bound point guard London Perrantes of Encino Crespi spent his spring break traveling to Spain and Italy with two friends. And his parents let him. “It was an amazing trip,” Perrantes said. “I had a great time.” He said...
  • New pope: Cardinal Mahony 'absolutely ecstatic' over Bergoglio

     
    Los Angeles Cardinal Roger Mahony cheered the selection of Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina as the new pope. “This is unimaginable," Mahony told KCBS-TV Channel 2 anchor Sylvia Lopez in an interview in Rome. “The impact this is going to........
  • New pope: Cardinal Mahony defends record on priest abuse

     
    Los Angeles Cardinal Roger Mahony, in Rome for the selection of Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina as the new pope, praised the choice but also defended his record on handling priest abuse cases. Mahony spoke as many Los Angeles Catholics......
  • Mark Burnett bringing sequel to “The Bible” series to NBC

     
    NBC announced today that Mark Burnett, who already has a relationship with the network through his series The Voice and Celebrity Apprentice, will continue that relationship by bringing his follow-up to the smash-hit series The Bible to NBC. The Bible was...
  • Half-off ticket price to ska-punk band in Philadelphia would be Sublime

     
    Seeing ska-punk band Sublime with Pennywise and Julian Marley at the Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing in Philadelphia sounds like a breezy summer night activity. Seeing it for half price would be even cooler. Well, we can help you out......
  • Sublime with Rome goes for the hits in engaging show

     
    Sublime with Rome is known mostly for its Jamaican-style rhythm, but the band mixed in a bit of everything Saturday night at Musikfest’s Sands Steel Stage. Hip-hop, electronica, grunge, punk, and rock all appeared in the hour and a half set....
  • Mohegan Sun's Summerfest brings back some of the '80s good -- and some of its bad

     
    The advent of new wave music in the 1980s made for an interesting – and fun -- decade listening. And it was the last truly new music form, with its heavy reliance on the synthesizer. But it was abundantly apparent......
  • Ranking Musikfest's headline concerts: Biggest crowds didn't mean best shows

     
    If there’s one thing attendance at Musikfest’s headliner shows proved this year, it’s that you can’t judge the quality of the music by the size of the crowd. Jane's Addiction singer Perry Farrell The worst-selling concert ever at...
  • France's Hollande pledges order after rioting erupts

     
    French President Francois Hollande pledged Tuesday to use "all means" necessary to maintain public order after rioting erupted in northern France. The rioting by youths in Amiens, in a troubled urban area outside Paris, injured 16 police officers and left...
  • Italian police follow their noses to Rome's biggest marijuana bust

     
    Italian police out on a routine patrol followed their noses to an underground tunnel containing the biggest marijuana haul ever discovered in Rome. Part of the tunnel was beneath vaults belonging to Italy's central bank....
  • U.N. relief official arrives in Syria to assess fighting's impact

     
    United Nations emergency relief coordinator Valerie Amos arrived in Syria on Tuesday as part of a three-day trip to the region to discuss humanitarian aid for those trapped by the escalating combat or forced to flee their homes....
  • Bombings in Afghanistan kill dozens of people

     
    Afghanistan bombings: At least three suicide bombers struck a crowded bazaar in southwestern Afghanistan and then at the gates of the hospital where victims were rushed for treatment, killing at least 29 people and injuring more than 100 others, officials...