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September 4, 2003 | Duane Noriyuki
The grass at Arrowhead Credit Union Park, home to the Inland Empire 66ers baseball team, is a lush, cool green. The white lines are perfectly straight and, somehow, beautiful. The outfield is mowed into a smooth checkerboard design. The artist is Jesse Sandoval, 45, and this field is his canvas. Philosophy: "I protect this field. It's like my baby, my child. That's the way I treat it. When people abuse it or do something to it, it's like somebody beating my kid."
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September 4, 2003 | Duane Noriyuki
The grass at Arrowhead Credit Union Park, home to the Inland Empire 66ers baseball team, is a lush, cool green. The white lines are perfectly straight and, somehow, beautiful. The outfield is mowed into a smooth checkerboard design. The artist is Jesse Sandoval, 45, and this field is his canvas. Philosophy: "I protect this field. It's like my baby, my child. That's the way I treat it. When people abuse it or do something to it, it's like somebody beating my kid."
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February 3, 1986 | United Press International
The Air Force paid $317 each for toilet pans for a military transport aircraft but a plastics maker for the service told congressional investigators that he has made the item for less than $90, it was reported Sunday. The price paid by the Air Force for the spare toilet pans--a fiberglass part that looks like an oversized cookie sheet--was first revealed last week in a report by the General Accounting Office. Last year, it was reported the Air Force paid $640 for toilet seats.
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June 14, 1998 | ROBERTO J. MANZANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Samuel Gonzalez caught peeks of the big game on his television set as he mixed the bread dough at Los Hornos bakery in Santa Ana. At the nearby El Paso Shoes, manager Florencio Alcocer and customers seemed more interested in the game than in selecting the right pair of tennis shoes.
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April 6, 1997 | COLL METCALFE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Prompted by the seemingly endless examples of today's youth in crisis, a group of community leaders and area teens met Saturday to discuss their generation's problems and develop strategies to solve them.
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May 9, 2009 | Steve Appleford
James Mercer went to the movie audition last year expecting the worst. He wasn't even an actor but a singer-songwriter and the leader of a hugely popular indie-rock band called the Shins. But he was drawn to the character of Eli, a 35-year-old musician whose band and career are hopelessly stalled. "He's now doing temp jobs and is worried about his future," Mercer says of Eli. "Kind of like me 10 years ago." A lot can happen in a decade.
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November 22, 2009 | By Katherine Tulich
It's like walking into someone's backyard barbecue. There are groups of people standing and chatting, while others are sitting and eating at makeshift picnic tables. Haphazardly strung lights give the scene a festive atmosphere. But this isn't someone's private party; it's a gathering of food carts in Portland. There are five carts parked in this "pod" at Southeast 12th and Hawthorne, and the food selections are appropriate for the late-night crowd it generally attracts. Even though winter is approaching, a rain shelter and propane heaters are enough to induce hardy Portlanders to line up in the cold.
FOOD
June 10, 2009 | Jessica Gelt
Diva Dompe and Amanda Brown pad barefoot around Dompe's rickety house in the sun-soaked hills of Echo Park, preparing a "cheesy" vegan sauce of cashews, garlic, olive oil and lemon juice to mix with spiraled zucchini noodles. Once the concoction is topped with chopped walnuts and put in a dehydrator for 20 minutes, the women will cheekily refer to it as "baked macaroni and cheese." It's a popular dish among fans of their raw food and vegan catering company Crops and Rawbers.
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