August 31, 2006 |
Galaxy goalkeeper Kevin Hartman gave up a goal through his legs for the only score of the game in Real Salt Lake's 1-0 win Wednesday night at Rice-Eccles Stadium. Salt Lake forward Jeff Cunningham took the shot in the 60th minute and it skidded low off a kneeling Hartman's right leg and through his hands. It was Cunningham's 15th goal. Real Salt Lake (9-11-5) is in fifth place in the Western Conference and its victory sent the Galaxy (8-12-5) into last place, three points behind.
April 18, 2009 |
AT SAN JOSE Time: 7:30. On the air: TV: FS West; Radio: 570, 1330. Where: Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. Records: Galaxy 0-1-2, Earthquakes 1-2-1. Record vs. Earthquakes (2008): 2-0-1. Update: The Galaxy is on the road for the first time this season after starting out with a loss and two ties at home. San Jose has played three home games, going 1-1-1, and has also lost its only road game. The Galaxy will be without forward Alan Gordon and defender Gregg Berhalter.
May 7, 2010
GALAXY TODAY AT SEATTLE When: 1 p.m. Where: Qwest Field. On the air: TV: Fox Sports West, Telefutura. Radio: 1150, 1330. Records: Galaxy 6-0-1, Seattle 2-2-3. Season record (2009): Galaxy 0-1-1. Update: The Galaxy has never beaten the upstart Sounders, who made the playoffs in their MLS debut last season. But the Galaxy is coming off its first victory over the Colorado Rapids at Colorado's 3-year-old stadium, so perhaps that will serve as an omen.
September 24, 2010
Chivas USA today AT PHILADELPHIA When: 1 p.m. PDT. Where: PPL Park, Chester, Pa. On the air: TV: TeleFutura, FSW. Radio: 690. Records: Chivas USA 7-13-4, Union 6-12-6. Record vs. Union: 0-0-1. Update: In its most recent match, a 2-0 loss at home against the Kansas City Wizards, Chivas USA managed only one shot on target, forward Alan Gordon's slow roller to the goalkeeper in the second minute of injury time. It was an abject performance by the team and left Chivas Coach Martin Vasquez perplexed by the players' inconsistency from game to game.
September 10, 2006 |
Site -- Home Depot Center. Radio -- 830, 1700. Records -- Galaxy 9-12-5, Dynamo 9-8-9. Record vs Dynamo -- 1-1-1. Update -- The Galaxy defeated the Dynamo, 3-1, on Wednesday night in the semifinals of the U.S. Open Cup, and Houston Coach Dominic Kinnear was unhappy with his team's performance. "The quicker we forget about this, the better we are," he said. Kinnear blamed the loss on "lack of execution" by the offense and "absolute mental breakdowns" by the defense.
April 14, 2005 |
The Washington Ballet, embroiled in a bitter union dispute, has canceled its first foreign trip in five years because it couldn't reach an agreement with its dancers over meal money. The nine-day tour of Italy, planned for July, was intended as the grand finale to an unusually successful season for the Washington, D.C., troupe.
February 24, 1991 |
Kendall Youngblood scored a career-high 29 points, grabbed 11 rebounds and shot nine for 11 from the free-throw line in the final 1:25 as Utah State defeated Cal State Long Beach, 90-89, in the Big West Conference on Saturday night. Long Beach was whistled for three technical fouls in the second half, and Youngblood made four of six free-throw opportunities after the technicals. The Aggies made one field goal after getting the ball out of bounds after the technical fouls.
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November 29, 2008 |
Alan Gordon, 64, a songwriter who with his writing partner Garry Bonner penned the Turtles' No. 1 hit "Happy Together" and other catchy pop songs in the 1960s, died of cancer Nov. 22 at his home in Scottsdale, Ariz. Besides "Happy Together," which topped the charts in March 1967, the songwriting duo also wrote "She'd Rather Be With Me," "You Know What I Mean" and "She's My Girl" for the Turtles, as well as "Celebrate" for Three Dog Night. On his own, Gordon wrote "My Heart Belongs to Me" for Barbra Streisand, who recorded it for her 1977 album "Streisand Superman."
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November 22, 2007 |
Glenn Rose, 89, a publicist and manager who represented some of the leading names in entertainment in a career stretching back to Hollywood's Golden Age, died Wednesday of heart failure at his home in West Hollywood, according to his friend and fellow publicist Warren Cowan. A native of Chicago, Rose began his career at 17 as a contract writer on local radio programs. His break came when he wrote a song for Milton Berle and was signed to write jokes for the comedian.