April 30, 2000
I'm an actor who moved from New York City to L.A. at about the same time as Holly Schroeder ("Is This Any Place to Stage a Life?" April 2). It always amazes me when actors move west and talk in fanciful phrases like "creativity is my quest" or "I always thought acting was cheaper than therapy." Get a grip! This is the City of Angels and here are the rules that you fly by: looks, marketability, bankability, who you know, and keep on fishing to the end. This is the big leagues. Don't show up here unless you're ready to play.
March 26, 2012 |
Reporting from Tempe, Ariz. -- Garrett Richards' seemingly firm grip on the fifth rotation spot may have slipped a bit Monday, not so much because of the rookie right-hander's somewhat shaky performance in a 6-2 exhibition loss to the Colorado Rockies in Tempe Diablo Stadium. The bigger development, as it pertains to Richards, took place a few miles up the road in Phoenix, where Jerome Williams, Richards' primary competition for the job, finally returned after sitting out more than three weeks because of a left hamstring strain.
February 24, 1989 |
Maybe if Oceanside High School hadn't treated the basketball as if it were a wet bar of soap, things would have gone better for the Pirates Thursday night at Madison. Maybe if a couple of their 25 turnovers wouldn't have turned into fourth-quarter slam dunks for Madison's Monte Bohannon and Brad Eaddy, Oceanside would be preparing for Saturday's San Diego Section quarterfinals.
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March 22, 1998
Re Valley Briefing, "On Location," Feb. 15. Thank You! Star Waggons here, Star Waggons there Living in the Valley, I see them and stare. I understand acting, but the crew is a blur They have wonderful jobs, of that I am sure. Those titles express in mysterious prose Work so incredible that no one knows What is it a Gaffer, Grip, and Best Boy do? Who can I ask? Who will give me a clue? So no one explains until this morning, I see And finally feel someone has answered my plea!
November 28, 2012 |
Golf's rules-making boards, siding with Tiger Woods and others, on Wednesday proposed a change banning the growing use of "belly putting" in the game. Belly putting, also called "anchoring," is a method in which golfers use a long putter whose grip rests against the stomach or some other part of the body, giving them added stability as they putt. The U.S. Golf Assn. and its European counterpart, the Royal & Ancient, said the proposed rule would "prohibit strokes made with the club or a hand gripping the club held directly against the player's body.
June 26, 2008
Swing suggestions from some of Southern California's top professionals. Randy Chang PGA director of instruction, Arroyo Trabuco Golf Academy This will help you: The two things I'll tell everyone are: Hold your finish at the end of the swing, and maintain a constant grip pressure throughout the golf swing. That transition from the backswing to the forward swing is the most important move in golf. If your tempo is good, you keep your balance and you can put it all together, bring all your compensations together.