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June 1, 1986 | United Press International
The snakepit at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is something few people are indifferent about. Either you love it or you hate it. Located inside the first turn, the snakepit is jammed each race day with mostly young people who usually appear more interested in partying or "catching rays" than watching cars zoom by at more than 200 m.p.h.
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MAGAZINE
March 3, 1996 | Mary McNamara
In the bottom drawer of my desk, on top of the last three years' weekly planners and a Ziploc bag of Cheerios are a pair of black flats. They are not for earthquake preparedness, theyare for museums.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 16, 1994 | STEVE HOCHMAN
The County Fairgrounds raceway here is just a field of dirt, a place normally home to demolition derbies or midget car races. But when the Jerry Garcia Band played Saturday evening, it became the Grand Ballroom of Club Dead. With the other stops on Garcia's swing through Southern California at more traditional venues, the colorful Deadheads turned this into a holiday-like party.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 14, 2000 | BILL MAHER
Now that the Democrats have come to Los Angeles, the people of our fair city have displayed a deep, probing curiosity for the political history beneath our feet. All right, one guy asked me in a bar, but I'm sure he speaks for millions. Most everyone I know out here didn't grow up out here, so they never heard any history of Southern California; and the people who grew up here, they don't know the history because--well, they're Californians.
SPORTS
May 6, 2000 | BEN BOLCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Maybe that's how you start stringing wins together this late in the baseball season. You skip infield practice and instead play hacky sack--with a baseball. You wear one green sock and one black one, even though it looks kind of silly. You stay loose. You have fun. You play your heart out. Edison may not make the playoffs, but no one can deny that the Chargers are making a late-season run to remember.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 18, 2002 | NATALIE NICHOLS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The scene was decidedly festival-like inside UCLA's cavernous Ackerman Grand Ballroom during Saturday's installment of the eclectic-music celebration All Tomorrow's Parties. A guy randomly handed out CDs of his material. Some people danced, while others lay on the floor and vibed on noise rock, free jazz, hip-hop and electronica. One group even briefly got a game of Hacky Sack going.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 28, 2007 | David Haldane, Times Staff Writer
Underneath a jagged cardboard sign reading "Camp Silverado," a grocery-store parking lot in Orange has been transformed into a makeshift evacuation camp for hundreds of canyon residents forced to flee their homes nearly a week ago by the Santiago fire. As they wait to learn if their homes are among the 16 destroyed by the blaze, the weary evacuees get hot meals, donated clothing and regular updates from fire officials.
SPORTS
October 16, 2011 | By Chris Foster
There is simplicity in what UCLA faces Thursday. Arizona will throw, with quarterback Nick Foles moving the ball around like he's playing hacky sack. He is second nationally in yards passing, averaging 375.83 per game. Foles is the poster boy for a college football trend. "The reason for the proliferation of pass numbers going on around the country is everyone is playing catch," UCLA Coach Rick Neuheisel said. "There are lots of swing passes and screens that have made the numbers climb monstrously high.
SPORTS
May 5, 2004 | Elia Powers, Times Staff Writer
There are times when a young athlete can't avoid the hype. There are players so endowed with athletic ability that it would seem foolish letting their talent go to waste. Geoff Chizever was one of them. He picked up a racket at age 4 and within six years became the top-ranked player in the Southern California Tennis Assn.'s boys' 10-and-under division. He was showered with tournament invitations and selected by college coaches as the local player most likely to turn pro.
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