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July 17, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
 They're still coming and going in high school basketball, and the changing of players between Westlake and Calabasas is almost comedic. Earlier in the summer, Calabasas' Michael Hayon, a 6-foot-4 junior, transferred to Westlake. Little did anyone know he was part of a trade for future considerations. The player to be named later is standout senior guard Larry Bush, who enrolled at Calabasas on Monday, Coach Jon Palarz said. We'll see if there's more trades coming. Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com  
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April 13, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
 Chris Sandifer of Taft, headed to UTEP, received MVP honors on Saturday after scoring 27 points to help the West defeat the East, 128-125, in the Battle of the Valley at Valley College. Larry Bush of Calabasas added 25. Eric Patten of Crescenta Valley scored 23 points for the East and Brandon Boyd of Alemany had 20 points. Boyd was named MVP for the East team. Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com  
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July 22, 1987
A legislative aide to Assemblyman Art Agnos (D-San Francisco) was accused by the state Fair Political Practices Commission of failing to file financial disclosure statements for 1985 and 1986. Larry Bush, 41, of San Francisco, has worked for Agnos since April, 1984.
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March 8, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
As of Friday, point guard Jeremy Lieberman of Calabasas said he was having trouble walking because of a severe ankle sprain on Tuesday in a semifinal playoff game. But rehab and a strong taping of his ankle made everything work out Saturday, and he helped lead the Coyotes to a 66-47 victory over Sonora in the Southern Section Division 2A championship game at the Honda Center. "It was probably the worse ankle sprain I ever experienced," he said of his injury. "I wasn't able to walk yesterday morning.
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April 13, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
 Chris Sandifer of Taft, headed to UTEP, received MVP honors on Saturday after scoring 27 points to help the West defeat the East, 128-125, in the Battle of the Valley at Valley College. Larry Bush of Calabasas added 25. Eric Patten of Crescenta Valley scored 23 points for the East and Brandon Boyd of Alemany had 20 points. Boyd was named MVP for the East team. Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com  
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March 6, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
Marmonte League co-champions Calabasas and Westlake will be playing in back-to-back games at the Honda Center on Saturday taking on Orange County teams. Westlake has the opening game in Division 2AA against Anaheim Canyon at 10 a.m., followed by Calabasas-Sonora 2A final at noon. The two Marmonte schools are facing big challenges. Canyon has superb shooters, led by point guard Anthony Ballestero. Sonora has two outstanding juniors with long-range shooting touches in Ben Rico (19 points a game)
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March 8, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
As of Friday, point guard Jeremy Lieberman of Calabasas said he was having trouble walking because of a severe ankle sprain on Tuesday in a semifinal playoff game. But rehab and a strong taping of his ankle made everything work out Saturday, and he helped lead the Coyotes to a 66-47 victory over Sonora in the Southern Section Division 2A championship game at the Honda Center. "It was probably the worse ankle sprain I ever experienced," he said of his injury. "I wasn't able to walk yesterday morning.
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January 30, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
 It's the biggest event of the week in Calabasas, and it has nothing to do with Justin Bieber. First place in the Marmonte League will be on the line on Friday night at Calabasas when Westlake (17-6, 9-0) comes to town, and the Coyotes' home crowd, known as The Pack, figures to be louder and crazier than ever. “I hope it is quiet, but I expect it to be loud,” Westlake Coach Rob Bloom said. Calabasas (17-5, 8-1) lost to the Warriors, 61-57, on Jan. 8 in a road game. That was the return of former Westlake player Larry Bush, who struggled at times against his former teammates.
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January 7, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
 Calabasas and Westlake play on Wednesday night at Westlake in a Marmonte League game for first place, and the game has taken on new intrigue because of the player swap during the off season. Westlake guard Larry Bush transferred to Calabasas. Calabasas forward Michael Hayon transferred to Westlake. Fans could be booing, which isn't exactly the classy way to react in high school sports. This game will test the sportsmanship of fans from both sides. "There definitely will be administrators at the game," Calabasas Coach Jon Palarz said.
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August 7, 2000 | JOHN M. GLIONNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The idea was simple and novel: San Francisco would become the first school district in the nation to offer rent-subsidized housing to keep teachers from fleeing what has become America's most expensive city. But the idea didn't sit well with residents like Neil Stroth, who learned after the fact that the federally backed housing project would sit in his Sunset District neighborhood.
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March 6, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
Marmonte League co-champions Calabasas and Westlake will be playing in back-to-back games at the Honda Center on Saturday taking on Orange County teams. Westlake has the opening game in Division 2AA against Anaheim Canyon at 10 a.m., followed by Calabasas-Sonora 2A final at noon. The two Marmonte schools are facing big challenges. Canyon has superb shooters, led by point guard Anthony Ballestero. Sonora has two outstanding juniors with long-range shooting touches in Ben Rico (19 points a game)
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January 30, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
 It's the biggest event of the week in Calabasas, and it has nothing to do with Justin Bieber. First place in the Marmonte League will be on the line on Friday night at Calabasas when Westlake (17-6, 9-0) comes to town, and the Coyotes' home crowd, known as The Pack, figures to be louder and crazier than ever. “I hope it is quiet, but I expect it to be loud,” Westlake Coach Rob Bloom said. Calabasas (17-5, 8-1) lost to the Warriors, 61-57, on Jan. 8 in a road game. That was the return of former Westlake player Larry Bush, who struggled at times against his former teammates.
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January 8, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
 When a shooter is struggling, a made free throw can change everything, and that's what happened to Marcos Soto of Westlake Village Westlake on Wednesday night in a battle for first place against Calabasas in the Marmonte League. When Larry Bush missed a dunk and was given a technical for hanging on the rim with 4:32 left and Calabasas ahead by eight points, Soto made two free throws and ignited a 10-0 run that led to a 61-57 Westlake victory. “He was horrible,” Westlake Coach Rob Bloom said of Soto's performance for the first three quarters.
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January 7, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
 Calabasas and Westlake play on Wednesday night at Westlake in a Marmonte League game for first place, and the game has taken on new intrigue because of the player swap during the off season. Westlake guard Larry Bush transferred to Calabasas. Calabasas forward Michael Hayon transferred to Westlake. Fans could be booing, which isn't exactly the classy way to react in high school sports. This game will test the sportsmanship of fans from both sides. "There definitely will be administrators at the game," Calabasas Coach Jon Palarz said.
NEWS
July 22, 1987
A legislative aide to Assemblyman Art Agnos (D-San Francisco) was accused by the state Fair Political Practices Commission of failing to file financial disclosure statements for 1985 and 1986. Larry Bush, 41, of San Francisco, has worked for Agnos since April, 1984.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 3, 1991
As an Orange County resident who commutes to work 18 miles daily on a bicycle, I found it disturbing to see protesters of the war in the Persian Gulf carrying placards with the slogan "No Blood for Oil." How many of those protesters who drove their cars to the protest realize that the best way to end dependence on foreign oil is to stop being so dependent on the automobile. If Americans want an energy policy to decrease dependency upon foreign oil, it can be as easy as riding a bicycle.
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