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SPORTS
August 22, 2012 | By Steve Dilbeck
The season is officially over for Jerry Hairston Jr., the Dodgers' utility player extraordinaire. The Dodgers announced after Wednesday's game that Hairston will have surgery on his left hip sometime in the next two weeks. Hairston has been on the disabled list since Aug. 13 with what the Dodgers initially called an inflamed hip. He did not respond to an anti-inflammatory injection last week. Head trainer Sue Falsone said Tuesday that Hairston would likely be examined by a couple more hip specialists before the exact nature of his potential surgery was determined, but it would likely involve an arthroscopic procedure similar to what is more commonly performed on shoulders.
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NEWS
December 30, 1994 | IRENE LACHER, Irene Lacher writes about pop culture for Life & Style
Pre-hip is in. Pop culture prognosticators say hip is dead because it has gone mainstream--and therefore can't be hip. "It would be a mistake to declare the death of hip and say that nothing new is happening in America," says Marian Salzman, director of emerging media for Chiat/Day/Mojo Inc. Advertising. "What is dead is the posture of hip. The idea that something is truly avant-garde. What is cool today is to recognize the connection between what's going on right now and what went on in the past.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 9, 1999
Re "Smashing the Gen-X Stereotype," Sept. 3: Buried near the end of your story on the growing entrepreneurship of Gen-X was the most telling fact about its members' irrelevance to modern culture: their lack of politics. Members of Gen-X have made the massive miscalculation that their too-hip cynicism and aloofness from politics give them a kind of moral superiority. By being disengaged from politics, they are dis- empowered. Witness the artistic efforts of Gen-X in art, music, film, fashion, literature, you name it. Without a political point of view to inform one's art, what can one possibly have to say?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 17, 1989
Hip, hip, hooray for Kevin Phillips! ("Taxes Reformed, Taxes Resented," Opinion, April 9.) I hope future presidential candidates took time out to read his insightful column on the unfair tax reform of 1986. Living in Orange County, I have seen how the top 1-5% have chosen to spend their unjustified "windfall," crowding the streets with BMWs, Mercedes and limousines. At the same time the federal government is throwing money at the rich, it is quickly withdrawing funds from student loans and grants--making life miserable for students such as myself who don't have wealthy parents to fund our education.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 4, 1988
As a longtime admirer of Judy Stabile's work, I was appalled that she was not mentioned in Calendar's article on Hal's restaurant. There are only four artists hanging at Hal's. Halliburton mentioned three of them by name, referring to them as the "local big boys," and completely ignored Stabile's work. Since Stabile's work is not just represented at Hal's, (true, it's hip), but in the private collections of such prominent collectors as Marcia Weissman, Elizabeth Keck, Dan Melnick, etc. (even more hip)
SPORTS
July 12, 2013 | By Andrew Gastelum
Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig was pulled from the game against the Colorado Rockies in the fifth inning for the second time in as many nights for precautionary measures because of an aggravated left hip. Scott Van Slyke took over in right field for Puig, who went 0 for 2. Puig didn't seem to run full speed on his two groundouts, and Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly replaced the 22-year-old rookie before his third at-bat. Mattingly said before the game that the team would be monitoring Puig's movement and range of motion.
SPORTS
May 11, 2012 | By Baxter Holmes
Many interested parties pondered exactly how injured Chris Paul was Friday, eyeballing the All-Star guard's every movement to see if a sprained hip was enough to slow down a player Memphis defenders had yet to control. When it turned out that Paul - yes, Chris Paul - was human and that he wouldn't be his usual dominant, unstoppable, clutch self, it meant another Clipper suddenly had some impossibly large sneakers to fill. Eric Bledsoe wasn't sure before the game if he would get that chance against Memphis in Game 6 at Staples Center.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 30, 2008
I enjoyed Geoff Boucher's piece on Gary Calamar ["Music Man Who Sets the Mood," Nov. 23]. I especially love the music on "Cold Case," which often uses many very hip selections. I believe it was the very first episode that used Gene Pitney's "Town Without Pity," which I've always liked. I've been a gigging musician since 1960, and I backed Pitney for a weekend in Milwaukee in 1963. Gary E. Myers Downey
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