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  • Developer to buy Crystal Cathedral campus for apartment construction

     
    A Newport Beach development company will buy Crystal Cathedral Ministries' landmark campus for $46 million and build apartments on the site, filings in federal bankruptcy court disclosed Friday. Greenlaw Partners will lease back the cathedral and...
  • Crystal Cathedral to be sold to pay off debt, emerge from bankruptcy

     
    The Crystal Cathedral campus, a longstanding landmark in Orange County, will be sold as a method of exiting bankruptcy and reconciling millions in debt, church officials said today. The Garden Grove church, which said it owed more than $50 million......
  • Reading L.A.: David Brodsly's 'L.A. Freeway'

     
    As far as polarizing subjects in Los Angeles go, freeways have long ranked near the top, perhaps trailing only Shaq-Kobe and the question of where the Eastside really begins. Most of us love to complain about our freeways -- about......
  • Baseball: All-Coliseum League

     
    Here's the first-team all-league squad from the Coliseum League: P_Keymon Thomas, Crenshaw, Jr.; Carlos Garcia, Fremont, Jr.; Gustavo Partido, Locke, Sr.; C_Rudy Henriquez, Locke, Sr.; Jose Lamas, Dorsey, Jr.; INF_Stephen Smith, Dorsey, Sr.; Damon Akins,...
  • Crystal Cathedral plans to open bidding for its property

     
    Creditors in the Crystal Cathedral bankruptcy will not be able to propose a competing reorganization plan, a Santa Ana bankruptcy judge ruled Thursday. The decision paves the way for the church, founded by televangelist pioneer Robert H. Schuller, to...
  • For ‘Winter’s Bone’ music, an extended season

     
    Marideth Sisco and Blackberry Winter are playing traditional Ozark Mountains music, featured in the evocative 2010 film, on a tour that stops this week in Hollywood. What happens when you’re a musician who can qualify for the senior discount at........
  • Baseball: William Vazquez is City Section player of the year

     
    Junior third baseman William Vazquez of San Fernando has been selected the City Section player of the year by a panel of sportswriters. He batted .513 for the City Division I champs. First-team All-City: P_David Lira, San Fernando, Sr.; Jose......
  • Battle of the Burgers: Buddha's Delight by Richard Ameil of Santa Cruz

     
    You've got until the end of the day Monday to vote in our Battle of the Burgers. We're using your votes to guide us to a top 10. We'll put those through the gantlet at the L.A. Times Test Kitchen,......
  • Baseball: Coaches announce divisional All-City teams

     
    The City Section baseball coaches' advistory committee has produced its own All-City teams for Division I, II and III. David Lira and William Vazquez from San Fernando were selected the Division I co-players of the year. Angel Araujo of L.A.......
  • Playwrights Annie Baker, Dael Orlandersmith, Heather Woodbury to give talk

     
    The Atlantic Center for the Arts in New Smyrna Beach hosts its 142nd artists-in-residence program with master playwrights Annie Baker, Dael Orlandersmith, Heather Woodbury and 18 associate artists. Annie Baker's name might sound especially familiar to...
  • Second man dies in Lake Forest stabbing

     
    A second man has died after suffering stab wounds during an altercation in a Lake Forest parking lot, authorities said Friday. Hossein Saidoian, 32, of Mission Viejo, died about 3 p.m. Thursday after being stabbed in the chest and arm......
  • Autopsy is inconclusive in death of Orange County doctor

     
    An autopsy for a well-known Orange County trauma surgeon who was found dead in her swimming pool was inconclusive. Marianne E. Cinat, director of the UC Irvine Regional Burn Center, was found dead Saturday by a close friend at Cinat’s......