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April 26, 1996 | From Associated Press
Night had long turned to early morning, and all that remained of the sellout crowd was a few thousand fans who had been waiting more than three hours to see someone put the puck in the net. As the Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins started the fourth overtime of their Stanley Cup playoff game, only two questions remained: Who would win? And would the Zamboni run out of gas before the players did?
February 11, 2000
A strong 132-player field that includes Se Ri Pak, Lorie Kane, Meg Mallon and defending champion Catrin Nilsmark is featured in the first LPGA event held at Wood Ranch. The 54-hole tournament has a $750,000 purse, with $112,500 going to the winner. The L.A. Women's Championship is the third stop on the tour this year. It was held the last three years at Oakmont Country Club in Glendale. Source: Steve Boveri, General Manager Wood Ranch Golf Club * Graphics by Perry Perez and Richard R.
June 27, 1993
In case anyone has forgotten, the city of Los Angeles and the entire state of California are still reeling from a recession. In 1992, for example, business failures in the state increased by 33% over the previous year, a rise that was nearly four times higher than national figures. In Los Angeles, the situation was even worse, with a 73% increase in business failures between 1991 and 1993.
January 12, 2013 | By James Fell
The band Shinedown has been around for more than a decade, selling more than 10 million albums worldwide. In 2012 they launched their fourth album, "Amaryllis," which made its debut at No. 4 on the Billboard 200. But the last year has been more than just about launching a new album for Brent Smith, the band's lead singer. After battling drug and alcohol addiction, becoming obese and being insulted on national television for his weight, a loving woman and the inspiration of his son and fans straightened him out, he said.
June 16, 2010 | By Greg Braxton, Los Angeles Times
The campus setting for "Room 222" was in a "Glee"-free zone, far from the "90210" ZIP Code. The classic comedy-drama, which revolved around fictional Walt Whitman High School, premiered in 1969 against the backdrop of the end of the civil rights movement and protests over the Vietnam War. Stories flowed between the concerns of students grappling with grades and their growing social awareness, and the struggles of a dedicated faculty trying to...
January 3, 1987 | BURT A. FOLKART, Times Staff Writer
Lloyd Haynes, whose sympathetic portrayal of a black history teacher in an integrated school brought Emmys to "Room 222" and a personal commitment to education by the actor himself, died at his home in Coronado Wednesday night. He was 52 and had been suffering from lung cancer. From Sept. 17, 1969, until the show went off the air on Jan.
April 8, 1997
MiniMed Inc. has sold 1.5 million additional shares of common stock at $26 per share. The offering was made up of 925,000 shares sold by the company plus 575,000 shares sold by current shareholders. After various expenses, the company said its proceeds would amount to $22.2 million. MiniMed, based in Sylmar, makes infusion systems used to treat various illnesses, including diabetes.
April 14, 1992
Hilton Hotels Corp.'s first-quarter profit rose 80% above last year's Persian Gulf War-depressed levels, with gains in both casino and hotel operations, the company said Monday. For the January-March quarter, Hilton earned $22.2 million, or 46 cents per share, compared to $12.3 million, or 26 cents per share, during the first quarter of 1991. Revenue rose 3.5%, from $266.9 million to $276.3 million, Hilton said. Gaming division operating income rose 21% to $40.8 million.
December 22, 1985 | BARBARA HANSEN
If any pasta book is characteristic of Los Angeles, it would be this one. In this city, the large Asian population has led to an amazing variety of noodles available dried and sometimes fresh in Oriental markets. In addition, there are noodle-related products such as rice paper, egg roll, won ton and spring roll wrappers.
August 22, 1986 | United Press International
The federal government posted a monthly deficit of $22.2 billion in July, bringing the budget shortfall for the first 10 months of fiscal 1986 to nearly $189.1 billion, the Treasury said Thursday. With two months to go in the government's fiscal year, which ends Sept. 30, accumulating receipts and outlays are shaping up into the same kind of massive red ink that prompted passage of the Gramm-Rudman budget balancing amendment last year.
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