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  • Get out of any fix with these 6 multi-tools

    Get out of any fix with these 6 multi-tools
    Back In the late '80s and early '90s, secret agent Angus MacGyver foiled evil plots and vanquished bad guys on TV with nothing but a Swiss Army knife, some chewing gum and his extra-sharp wits. Imagine what hairy end-of-the-world crises MacGyver could...
  • At the West Coast Salsa Congress, the rhythm can't be stopped

    At the West Coast Salsa Congress, the rhythm can't be stopped
    His name is synonymous with the business of salsa dancing. Albert Torres is a former drug addict and petty criminal who escaped from a dead-end life by becoming a music entrepreneur -- please don't call him a promoter -- best known for his global dance...
  • A break in the fencing

    A break in the fencing
    Sweat drips from Brennan Louie's face as the 16-year-old twists and turns in a series of acrobatic break dance movements that produce both pleasure and pain. Standing before a wall of mirrors in a dance room on the campus of the Los Angeles Center for...
  • Border issue moves into landowners' yards

    Border issue moves into landowners' yards
    The Bush administration warned landowners along the southern border Friday that it would seize their property if they refused to cooperate with federal efforts to build a fence meant to slow illegal immigration. Homeland Security Secretary Michael...
  • Sophomore takes her best shot at Olympic glory

    Sophomore takes her best shot at Olympic glory
    Marisa Berger, a 15-year-old sophomore at North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake, would have no problem toting a .44 Magnum while spouting, "Go ahead, make my day." She practices shooting inside her family's house and garage, using an air pistol to fire lead...
  • Chertoff expects more border violence

    Violence along the border with Mexico will likely increase this year as the administration bolsters Border Patrol staffing and adds more fencing and technology to catch illegal immigrants, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said Tuesday. On...
  • L.A.'s 'Blade Runner' plans

    Life imitates art in ways too strange to imagine. Take, for example, two recent proposals for downtown redevelopment. Developer Sonny Astani wants to hang a 14-story animated billboard on the side of the condominium tower he's building at 9th and...
  • Stars show moxie, grace on skates in movies

    Roller skating movies seemed like a passing fad of the disco era with the release of such camp classics as "Xanadu," "Roller Boogie" and "Skatetown U.S.A." But that would be skating over the truth -- movies featuring roller skating have a rich heritage...
  • Pae White, an artist 'in the world'

    Pae White, an artist 'in the world'
    Pae White's cluttered hilltop studio in Pasadena feels like the calm after a storm. About the size of a two-car garage, it is filled with muted California sunshine and animated by the sound of White's dog barking at gardeners working on the beautifully...
  • The keeper of the flame in Maui

    The keeper of the flame in Maui
    I would rather eat paste than poi, and I hate buffet lines, so I thought I wasn't the luau type. Family-style service, upscale Hawaiian fare and five bare-chested male dancers twirling and throwing flaming knives changed my mind and kindled my curiosity...
  • This is not Buzz Aldrin's space chow

    This is not Buzz Aldrin's space chow
    Michele Perchonok sat contemplating a shrink-wrapped brick of freeze-dried mac and cheese just outside the test kitchen at NASA's Johnson Space Center. The dish has been served countless times on the space shuttle and International Space Station. When...