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Jason Reed, Sports Editor February 27, 2013 Filed under Sports The Bakersfield College women's basketball team finished third in the Western State Conference at 7-5 and 14-13 overall, just missing out on the playoffs. After a 6-2 start in their
Story California travel writer Sara Benson ( indietraveler.blogspot.com ) has authored many books on the region, including the latest Lonely Planet Los Angeles guide. Many people think L.A. lacks culture but it has more than its share of top-ranked
February 12, 2013 Three Old Veterans Guard members protest conditions at the Los Angeles National Veterans Home campus on the corner of Wilshire and San Vicente in West L.A on Jan. 13, 2013. (L-R) Bob Rosebrock, 70; Larry Kegel, 74; and David
Shoemake gave up two runs on four hits with three strikeouts and two walks. Leading 8-2, he walked the leadoff batter in the eighth and was replaced by left-hander Ryan Massengale. Massengale didn't allow a hit and struck out four in the last two
Giant Robot Biennale 3 exhibition celebrates misfits Jan. 17, 2013 5:00 a.m. Eric Nakamura at the Giant Robot exhibition at the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles. (Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times) The culture of cute is having a
Los Angeles Times Steven Wynbrandt sticks his hand deep beneath the layers of straw that blanket his enormous compost heap and pulls out a fistful of black gold, sweet and earthy. "Look at this soil," Wynbrandt says with excitement as his fingers
With about six months left before his term ends, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa looks to cement his legacy as the man who catalyzed the city's tech-and-venture-capital renaissance. Wednesday morning at the Rubicon Project's West L.A.
Friday night's football season finale, it will have to slow down West L.A.'s potent passing attack...The Vaqueros (4-5, 3-3 American Pacific Conference) are coming off a 36-18 win at Glendale. They rushed for a season-high 244 yards, led by
Questions and answers on Daily News stories from readers like you...If you live next door to a Time Warner Cable subscriber, please don't kill yourself trying to hotwire your DirecTV dish to his cable input before the Lakers' season opener next week.
FM (88.5), the scrappy, college-based operation that's continuing its campaign to become L.A.'s little rock radio station that could. Not only is Harcourt aiming to lure listeners away from the myriad other choices available to them on commercial and