August 13, 1994 |
Twenty-five years after the concert that was like no other, the sons and daughters of the Woodstock Generation swarmed over 800 acres of dusty fields in Upstate New York on Friday, seeking to carve their own niche in the nation's popular culture. By the thousands, they descended on the Winston Farm to sway under the sun and stars, build tent villages and cheer a mix of musicians spanning three decades of rock history.
December 23, 1993 |
It's six months until the first 1994 World Cup game, but Pasadenans can already hear the dull roar of the approaching soccer extravaganza. Eight of the competition's 52 games are scheduled for the Rose Bowl, including a semifinal, the third-place consolation match and the final, the game that will determine the world champion of soccer. Promoters estimate a viewing audience equivalent to one-third of the human race will see all or part of the matches, with about 1.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 5, 1991 |
The City Council has agreed to help the Costa Mesa-Newport Harbor Lions Club with its 46th annual Fish Fry and Carnival by providing security personnel and about $30,000 for costs. The carnival will be May 31 through June 2 at Lions Park, 1845 Park Ave. Due to construction on Newport Boulevard that has increased traffic on Harbor Boulevard, the parade route has been changed to begin at Victoria Street rather than Wilson Street, where it has started in the past.