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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTo my youthful eyes, the Coliseum, with its dull gray exterior and looming presence, didn't seem to offer much in the way of enjoyment when I first saw it on a sunny, summer day in 1958. That quickly changed as my father led me up stairs that seemed to...
Tags: Vin Scully, New York Yankees, Don Drysdale, Sports, All Stars
Times Staff WriterSOLVANG, Calif. — The crowd had gathered in a hotel parking lot, bracing themselves in the early morning chill, waiting hopefully in front of the 28 blue bicycles that stood like horses at a hitching post. Would he show, they all wondered. Would he...
Tags: Television, Sports, Entertainment, U.S. Postal Service, Football
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersMatt Kimbrough, a burly 49-year-old Silver Lake actor, can run through the highlights of his two-decade Hollywood career in a few minutes of scattered videotape. Look closely. There he is as the bartender in "Erin Brockovich." Don't blink. He's playing...
Times Staff WriterThe tour guide held up a 1901 photo that was instantly recognizable but nonetheless befuddling. Surely that was the Hotel del Coronado in the distance, its unmistakable Victorian cupolas rising above the Pacific shore. But in the foreground, where 15-...
Tags: History, Charlie Chaplin, Wales, Mae West, L. Frank Baum
Latimes.comBig Ben Roethlisberger vs. the distinguished Donovan McNabb: Now there's a matchup made in heaven. In a game to be presented on Pittsburgh's Heinz Field next Sunday, McNabb, the Philadelphia Eagles' veteran quarterback, will lead pro football's only 7-0...
Colleges Terps drop series finale to N.C. State in baseball Maryland surrendered seven runs in the first two innings and lost to host North Carolina State, 9-4, in the series finale Sunday. The Terps (15-12, 4-8 Atlantic Coast Conference) were...
April 4, 2006: Maryland wins its first NCAA women's basketball championship, 78-75 over Duke. Down by 13 points in the second half, the Terps (34-4) rally as freshman Kristi Toliver hits a 3-point basket with six seconds left in regulation to send the...
Kevin Nash is wrestling at the Big Time Wrestling show at the Maryland Theater in Hagerstown on Friday night. We were able to talk to him about what he's been doing since last being on WWE television, and as well as his memories of Wrestlemania over the...
Men's college basketball Iowa beats UVa., earns NIT berth vs. Terps Roy Devyn Marble scored 24 points as Iowa ended Virginia's 19-game home winning streak in the quarterfinals of the National Invitation Tournament, 75-64, on Wednesday night. Adam...
50 years ago JCs quiz city officials on waterfront, problems Petoskey city officials answered questions of the Jaycees at a dinner meeting this week on such subjects as developing the waterfront, city dock, a baseball field, downtown parking and others....
Tags: Sports, Baseball, Public Officials, Politics, Government
It's nearly spring house cleaning time. Once, the entire family pitched in for this annual chore. It was always my springtime job to haul out to the clothes line all of the various and sundry dust-bellied rugs we had in our house, and drape them...
Getting paid to be funny is great work if you can get it. And comedian Patti Vasquez knows she's fortunate to be busy. "I'm in Iowa next week and then South Carolina after that," Vasquez said recently. "I mean, it took us two weeks just to coordinate...
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