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March 29, 2000 | PATRICK McGREEVY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Doubts were raised Tuesday about a proposal to build the Los Angeles Children's Museum at Hansen Dam after several area homeowners spoke against the plan and some City Council members said the site is too far from inner-city neighborhoods. Despite the opposition and questions, the council kept the proposal alive for the time being by directing the Recreation and Parks Department to work out a possible lease of 1.5 acres at the recreation area.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 29, 2000 | PATRICK McGREEVY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Doubts were raised Tuesday about a proposal to build the Los Angeles Children's Museum at Hansen Dam after several area homeowners spoke against the plan and some City Council members said the site is too far from inner-city neighborhoods. Despite the opposition and questions, the council kept the proposal alive for the time being by directing the Recreation and Parks Department to work out a possible lease of 1.5 acres at the recreation area.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 4, 1997 | SOLOMON MOORE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles police said they arrested a man for pointing a weapon at two of his neighbors Wednesday and then found an arsenal of homemade explosives and firearms inside the suspect's house in the 4500 block of Tujunga Avenue. Mark Dan Beveren, 42, was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon. LAPD spokesman Mark Partain said more charges may be filed against him later. Dan Beveren was standing outside with a .
SPORTS
September 9, 2005 | PETER YOON; MARTIN HENDERSON; ERIC SONDHEIMER; DAN ARRITT
CITY SECTION * Carson (0-0) at Venice (0-0), 7, tonight: Carson has won the last two meetings between these budding rivals, including a 30-20 victory in the 2003 City Section championship game. Venice, however, is primed for revenge with a strong defense that features hard-hitting safety Jonas Mouton and linemen Martell Moore, Ansley Clevil and Michael Munoz. Ken Ashley, a 1,700-yard rusher last year, returns as Venice's main threat on offense. The Gondoliers are listed as No.
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May 13, 1990 | STUART MATTHEWS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
They're only a bunch of little guys, but Harbor College's baseball team is still putting up big numbers. Saturday, Harbor defeated visiting MiraCosta College of Oceanside, 9-4, in the second game of the first round of the Southern California community college baseball playoffs. Only three players in Harbor's starting lineup Saturday were taller than 6 feet, but that didn't stop the Seahawks from improving to 45-5.
SPORTS
July 29, 2010 | By Los Angeles Times Staff Writers
8:12 p.m. PDT: Jake Brown won the gold medal in the skateboard big air, Thursday's final event at the X Games. It is his second consecutive gold and fifth straight medal in the event. Each skater had five runs to land the best possible tricks, with the highest scores counting toward the results. Brown's winning run was his second. He did a back flip across the gap from the entrance ramp and followed that by hitting 21 feet 8 inches with a 540-degree turn off of the vertical ramp.
SPORTS
June 20, 1997
EASTERN DIVISION Dallas Sidekicks Record in 1996: 16-12 Home arena: Reunion Arena (capacity 16,652) Head coach: Gordon Jago Key players: Forward David Doyle, forward Tatu, defender Rusty Troy, defender Mike Powers Changes for 1997: Tatu (45 goals, 44 assists) won his fourth scoring title and third MVP award, Doyle (47 goals, 25 assists) finished second in scoring, and Troy (58 blocks) and Powers (53 blocks) were among the league's best defenders.
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October 6, 1989 | TIM BROWN, Times Staff Writer
A recent addition to Joe Howell's Moorpark home is a spacious den that stands where foliage once nestled against the back door. The television set, on which the former coach no longer watches much football, sits diagonally across from an impressive fireplace whose intricate stone mosaic stretches from the hearth to the peak of a cathedral ceiling. Howell stopped to admire his artistry recently, gestured to the stones, and rhetorically asked, "Do you know how I had to build that?"
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