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  • Greg Goossen dies at 65; catcher signed with Dodgers for a six-figure bonus

    Greg Goossen dies at 65; catcher signed with Dodgers for a six-figure bonus
    Greg Goossen, a former Dodgers catcher who played six seasons in the major leagues, then dabbled as a boxing trainer and was a stand-in for actor Gene Hackman in more than a dozen films, was found dead Saturday at his home in Sherman Oaks. He was 65.
  • Is Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Canelo Alvarez a super fight? Don Chargin knows

    Is Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Canelo Alvarez a super fight? Don Chargin knows
    On the subject of super fights, who better to ask than the Boy Promoter, Don Chargin, who is 85? Yes, they still call him that. And yes, he still promotes boxing matches. He lives in Cambria, puts on shows for local fighters in Central and Northern...

    Gear: Shoes for not-quite-barefoot running

    Gear: Shoes for not-quite-barefoot running
    Barefoot running has become a hot fitness trend thanks to evidence that it can reduce injuries and strengthen feet. But ironically, many "barefooters" prefer to keep their feet covered. Fear of injuries from broken glass, rocks and other sharp objects...

    Gear: Comparing four hiking boots

    Gear: Comparing four hiking boots
    The Santa Monicas. The San Gabriels. The Santa Anas. Los Angeles and Orange counties are loaded with mountains and mountain trails that are begging to be hiked, run and biked. You could conceivably do these activities in tennis or running shoes, but those...

    Hiking on the tech trail

    Hiking on the tech trail
    Getting out in nature for a hike or a trail run can offer an escape from the modern world. But that doesn't mean techie innovations should be left at home, especially when they enhance the experience in a quiet, unobtrusive way. If you want to get there...