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Hurricanes and Tropical Storms

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  • The Dodgers’ Crystal Ball

     
    Hey, Keith, look: Vin “Vince” Scully! ... Mayor Poulson? I'm afraid not. Sept. 6, 1960: The Times' Al Wolf tried to predict the future and write about the opener of the Dodgers' new park in 1962. The headline "Chavez Ravine—Year 1962" might be the...
  • July in animal news: Five questions with American Humane Assn. Vice President Debrah Schnackenberg

     
    We're asking experts in the animal-protection community to offer their insights on the latest animal news and fill us in on what their organizations are working on. Debrah Schnackenberg, vice president of the American Humane Assn.'s Animal Emergency...
  • Former top USC recruit Seantrel Henderson starts practice with Miami Hurricanes

     
    One of USC's top football recruits took part in the first day of practice Thursday -- unfortunately for Trojans fans, that practice was nowhere near Southern California. That's because Seantrel Henderson is now one of Miami's top recruits. The offensive.....
  • Friday's TV Talk Shows

     
    The Early Show People who lived through Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans; photojournalist Ted Jackson. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Katy Perry; Emmy Awards preview; New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu. (N) 7 a.m. KNBC KTLA Morning News Emmy Awards preview;......
  • Hurricane Katrina remembered on fifth anniversary

     
    On Thursday many Americans were commemorating Hurricane Katrina, the storm that ravaged New Orleans and neighboring towns. Five years ago, on Aug. 26, 2005, Katrina had been declared a Category 3 storm, as it continued to brew in the Gulf......
  • The state of working musicians in New Orleans: 'Half the gigs ... and the work pays less'

     
    It's not hurricanes challenging New Orleans' musicians anymore; it's the economy. Five years ago this weekend, Hurricane Katrina decimated the city and its music community, but the recession has set a slow pace for its recovery. According to the third.......
  • Weekend TV Talk Shows for Aug. 28th – 29th

     
    SATURDAY The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer Obama's upcoming Iraq speech: Gen. George Joulwan (ret.). 3 p.m. CNN McLaughlin Group 6:30 p.m. KCET SUNDAY CBS News Sunday Morning Farmers' markets; Hurricane Katrina; Google designers. (N) 6 a.m. KCBS...
  • On Katrina's 5th birthday, Louisianans now think Bush handled that better than Obama did the oil spill

     
    A new state poll finds a majority now think highly of George W. Bush's leadership in the 2005 hurricane aftermath, while only one-in-three approve of Obama's job on the oil spill....
  • Hurricane Earl path could turn toward East Coast

     
    After Hurricane Earl lashed the Caribbean Monday, the storm continued to grow, as does the threat to the eastern United States. A Hurricane Center meteorologist told the Associated Press that residents from North Carolina to Maine should keep an eye......
  • NASA goes into the eye of Hurricane Earl

     
    While the tendency for most people is to run from a hurricane, the folks at NASA don’t appear to share that sentiment. NASA sent a robotic plane into the eye of Hurricane Earl, which is moving toward the East Coast. The unmanned spy plane, called the...
  • Theater review: 'Crimes of the Heart' at South Coast Repertory

     
    Two telling images frame the travails that course through "Crimes of the Heart" in a hurricane of hilarity and hurt. The opening sight is a vaguely spinsterish woman gamely attempting to attach a birthday candle to a cookie. The final......