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  • Gap's Logo Returns To Blue After Fans Gripe About New Logo Online

    Gap's Logo Returns To Blue After Fans Gripe About New Logo Online
    Gap is back to blue. The casualwear chain will keep its decades-old white-on-navy blue logo after all. The move comes just one week after the company swapped it online for a new logo without saying a word. The new logo irritated fans, spurring them to...
  • Lions aim for encore

     Lions aim for encore
    The best season in a quarter century resulted from the Vanguard University baseball program making great strides in 2010. This season, third-year coach Ralph Grajeda wants his Lions to walk the walk of a perennial postseason contender. "The group we had...
  • Sounders Force Draw with Real Salt Lake in Preseason

    Sounders Force Draw with Real Salt Lake in Preseason
    Two teams at very different stages of their pre-seasons met on the pitch at Grande Sports World on Tuesday. The Sounders FC is very early in training camp and is making decisions on players and started a young group of players who are battling for...
  • Wu puts on a show at Westridge

    PASADENA — Erica Wu has reached the pinnacle of her sport, and yet she’s only 15 years old. In emerging victorious in last month’s North American Table Tennis Trials, Wu qualified to represent the U.S. women’s team in this summer&...
  • Haakenson: Bartovich, Mel shine at NSSA regional

    The National Scholastic Surfing Assn. West Coast Regional Championships had some fun surf last weekend on the south side of the Huntington Beach Pier, and a couple of local surfers came up big. Tony Bartovich, 18 and a senior at Huntington Beach High,...
  • South Floridians remember where they were when Pearl Harbor was attacked

    We asked Sun Sentinel readers to recall where they were that fateful Sunday, 70 years ago. These are some of the responses: On a sunny Sunday, six young men, including myself, all of us 19 to 21 years old, had chipped in 5 cents each to buy gas for a...
  • The Oxford American's 13th Annual Music Issue: Incredible

    The Oxford American's 13th Annual Music Issue: Incredible
    Holy mackerel. The Oxford American’s annual music issue is always good, but this new one -- number 13 -- is a staggering piece of work. Possibly the best-ever stocking stuffer for the music nerd in your family. (It’ll pretty much fill up a...
  • Holiday Gifts for Pets

    Allie Mac Kay was live from "Pussy & Pooch" in Long Beach where they so many great gift ideas for your pets. Pussy & Pooch Pethouse & Pawbar Belmont Shore - Long Beach 4818 E. 2nd Street Long Beach, CA 90803 (562) 434-7700 Downtown Los Angeles 564...
  • 'Come Fly Away' Sinatra style

    'Come Fly Away' Sinatra style
    "Once I get you up there where the air is rarified We'll just glide, starry-eyed Once I get you up there I'll be holding you so near You may hear all the angels cheer 'cause we're together." —Frank Sinatra, "Come Fly Away" * The creative...
  • FBI: Steve Jobs had 2.65 GPA, avoided the gym, wasn't a communist

    FBI: Steve Jobs had 2.65 GPA, avoided the gym, wasn't a communist
    We detailed the major tidbits from Steve Jobs' just-disclosed FBI files in an earlier post. But we've scoured the 191-page document for some minor Jobs trivia as well. Jobs' high school GPA: How about 2.65? Jobs wasn't much for school, choosing to go...
  • Steve Jobs' Unflattering FBI File Details LSD Use, 2.65 GPA

    Steve Jobs' Unflattering FBI File Details LSD Use, 2.65 GPA
    Questionable moral character, use of illegal drugs, the abandonment of a child and a willingness to distort reality: Welcome to the FBI dossier of Steve Jobs. On Thursday the agency released a file on Jobs that it had compiled in 1991, when the Apple...
  • Getting through the '5 1/2-mile smile'

    Getting through the '5 1/2-mile smile'
    A week before Christmas, Raul Rodriguez was sitting in his Hancock Park home, visually recounting his career. He moved from vintage picture frames to scrapbooks, stopping at one illustration of a Rose Parade float he designed for the City of Cerritos in...