February 5, 1995 |
Still riding high from their victory over Crenshaw, Dorsey appeared out of sync and lost to Washington, 60-54, Friday in a Southern Pacific Conference game at Washington. The Dons, who had beaten the Generals two weeks ago, were out-rebounded, 34-20, and had trouble stopping forwards Patrick Blake and Charles Stone. Blake had 22 points and seven rebounds and Stone had 13 points and eight rebounds. Dorsey forward Wil O'Neal scored a game-high 22 points.
April 7, 2003
Here are this week's key releases on video/DVD and CD, available beginning Tuesday. *--* Video/DVDs BOX OFFICE (MILLIONS) DOMESTIC FOREIGN Harry Potter and the Chamber of $261.7 $594.
February 19, 2013 |
The VH1 biopic of platinum-selling girl group TLC is taking shape. Rapper and VMA stage crasher Lil Mama, Keke Palmer and actress-singer Drew Sidora (“The Game”) are set to portray the groundbreaking R&B/hip-hop/pop trio known for its brazen anthems and fiery interpersonal drama. "I would sing 'No Scrubs' over and over again to the point my parents would have to tell me to stop, but I never did, I had my little hairbrush as my mic and nobody could tell me I wasn't the fourth member of TLC," Palmer said in a statement announcing her casting.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 31, 1988
Simi Valley police have arrested three men, including a father and son, in connection with a rash of 26 home burglaries in the eastern part of the city over the last month. So far, police have recovered $75,000 worth of firearms, jewelry and electronic equipment taken in the burglaries, Lt. Bob Klanser said. Police said they found the items Friday in a search of a house in the 3000 block of Fletcher Street.
April 2, 1995
Members of boys' and girls' all-stars second team for the 1994-95 season, and their scoring average. BOYS NAME SCHOOL YEAR HEIGHT AVG. Darwin Carter Manual Arts Sr. 6-1 20.1 Termell Goss Jordan Sr. 5-9 15.4 Charles Johnson Dorsey Sr. 6-6 13.5 Robert (Ty) Lamar Washington Sr. 6-6 12.0 Andre Larry Verbum Dei Sr. 6-6 12.0 Freddie Lee Locke Jr. 5-11 13.0 Wil O'Neal Dorsey Sr. 6-4 15.1 Charles Stone Washington Sr. 6-3 14.8 Antonio Simpson Crenshaw Sr. 6-2 12.0 Stevie Williams Jefferson Sr. 5-7 21.
December 4, 1994 |
Westchester 67, Washington 56--Westchester forward Ben Sanders scored 17 of his game-high 23 points in the second half as the Comets won a interconference game Thursday night at Washington. Tarik Bragg, who scored 12 points, and Javis Young, who had 11, were the other Comets in double figures. Patrick Blake led Washington with 20 points and Charles Stone added 15. Locke 56, Bell 51--Coach Reggie Morris, who led Manual Arts to three City 4-A championships in the 1980s, returned to high school coaching in impressive fashion, guiding the Saints to a double overtime victory over Bell in a Southeastern Conference opener for both teams.