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  • Ducks' rookie games to be streamed live

     
    The three games played by the Ducks' rookies in the upcoming Young Stars tournament in Penticton, Canada, will be streamed live on the team's website, www.anaheimducks.com The eight-game, round-robin tournament will feature prospects from the Ducks,...
  • Sarah McLachlan announces a new tour, puts Lilith behind her

     
    When I visited Vancouver, Canada, in early June to talk to Sarah McLachlan about her new album and the Lilith Tour, I found the singer-songwriter hard at work to keep her mood positive. Already forced to respond to rumors of......
  • Undiscovered Country

    Undiscovered Country
    The terrain stretching between Canada’s West Coast and the Canadian Rockies is some of the most beautiful on earth. From dry desert-like plains and pristine glacial-fed lakes to craggy mountain cliffs and snow-capped peaks, the scenery is constantly...
  • Hotels get into beekeeping business

     Hotels get into beekeeping business
    — Thanksgiving dinner guests at Carmel Valley Ranch can expect the Central California resort to serve a honey of a meal. The great bird will be basted to a rich golden brown in a glaze of honey, apple cider and butter. And there will be honey corn...
  • Nelson, Canada, in living color

    Nelson, Canada, in living color
    Up in the northwest forest where Washington, Idaho and British Columbia converge, there's a lazy little international border crossing called Nelway, about the size of a gas station. "Where are you headed?" a Canadian border patrol agent asked when my...
  • The dark-glam style of Uh Huh Her

    The dark-glam style of Uh Huh Her
    IF YOU think wearing high heels to work is a grind, try tramping around stage at the Viper Room in stilettos with a guitar strapped to your back. But spiky shoes -- along with skinny jeans and loads of black eyeliner -- are part of what defines the...
  • Singing the Citys Praises

    Born on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, I’ve lived my entire adult life in Los Angeles, but I remain a big Canadian flag waver. Victoria may be the greatest city in which to grow up, but L.A. may well be the greatest city to live out your dreams....
  • Did a killer strike twice in 32 years?

    Did a killer strike twice in 32 years?
    Tofino, Canada — For man is born for trouble, and sparks fly upward. — Job 5:7 -- This goes back 35 years. Yet what happened on Radar Beach that summer reverberates even today — kept alive by detectives who came up empty, by living...
  • PASSINGS: Napoleon A. Jones Jr., John Silard, Ruben Castro, Amin Hafez, Thor Arngrim

    PASSINGS: Napoleon A. Jones Jr., John Silard, Ruben Castro, Amin Hafez, Thor Arngrim
    Napoleon A. Jones Jr. Judge in San Diego Scouts case Napoleon A. Jones Jr., 69, the federal judge who ruled in a San Diego case that the Boy Scouts were a religious group and couldn't lease city land, died Dec. 12 at his home in northern San Diego...
  • Wednesday: Chat with Bill Plaschke in Vancouver

     
    Times Sports columnist Bill Plaschke is in Vancouver, covering the Winter Games. In his Monday column, after the big U.S. hockey win over Canada, he declared that the U.S. owns the Canadians' sport. He'll be chatting with readers at 11......
  • Chat with Bill Plaschke in Vancouver

     
    Times Sports columnist Bill Plaschke is in Vancouver, covering the Winter Olympics. Opening ceremonies after a luger's tragic death? Plaschke was there. U.S. hockey win over Canada? Plaschke was there. First North American gold medal in ice dancing. Yes,...