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Times Staff WriterHarvard isn't exactly the first school one thinks of when the notion of tradition and championships in women's basketball is discussed. And this season's edition of the Crimson, with its 15-12 record, probably doesn't send shivers up the spines of...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMichael Jackson's latest legal drama ended Friday with Santa Monica jurors holding their noses as they awarded the singer's former business partner $900,000 while ordering the producer to pay the pop star $200,000. At the conclusion of a trial peppered...
Tags: Joint Ventures, Charity, Gaming, Trials, Michael Jackson
Times Staff WriterI stood on a patch of turf 11 stories above the desert floor. The crisp, thin air was silent. My heart raced as I peeked below. The panorama of colors brightened by the morning sun was breathtaking: giant puffs of cottony clouds. Red-rock canyon walls....
Times Staff WriterWith the turn of every season, the mail seems to bring an inviting brochure from Sorensen's, a rustic resort 20 miles south of Lake Tahoe in California's Alpine County. It shows log cabins in the woods, wildflowers and golden-leaved trees, a hammock...
Tags: History, Fishing, Family, Sandwiches, Personal Service
Special to The TimesIbapah, Utah As a lover of both travel and books, I have a long shelf of vintage volumes, with gilded bindings and such titles as "Yankee Hobo in the Orient" (a tour by sampan and Packard car) and "A Woman's Guide to Paris" (that is, the Paris of 1909)....
Repeat after me: Severiano Ballesteros is the greatest golf player in the world. He must be. Everyone says so. Everyone keeps telling you he is. Jack Nicklaus once said he was. Mac O'Grady will tell you he is. Sam Snead, no less, once placed him in the...
KTLA NewsAuthor Stephen Covey, whose "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People" sold more than 20 million copies, died Monday at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center, a hospital spokeswoman said. He was 79. Covey's family issued a statement, reported by CNN...
College Gridiron 365 Blog - Orlando SentinelButkus, Lombardi award watch list announced...
Imagine if not one, but three, athletes from the same community were selected to the U.S. Olympic team. Now imagine if all three were together in the same sport under the Team USA umbrella. That's exactly what Alan Knipe, David McKienzie and Russell...
The Imperial Valley has established itself as a community that produces exceptional softball talent, and the 2012 softball season was no exception. One of the main factors of the consistent production of stellar softball players in the Valley is the...
Tribune NewspapersMany hands have wrung over the dark and dystopian literature teens are devouring in droves, from the "Twilight" series and "Thirteen Reasons Why" to the "Hunger Games" trilogy. "Devine Intervention" is not that kind of book. It is funny and wry and...
Tags: Literature, Arts and Culture
The Religion WorldSalt Lake Tribune reporter Heather May writes about a group of Mormons who publicly declared their resignation from the church: Carrying U.S. flags and signs boasting “Finally ExMormon,” “Research the church” and “Transcend...
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