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September 27, 2007 | Dylan Hernandez and Bill Shaikin, Times Staff Writers
SAN FRANCISCO -- Whatever Barry Bonds felt remained locked inside his heart, if not the Giants' clubhouse. Bonds played what he said would be his final game in a San Francisco Giants uniform Wednesday night, an 11-2 loss to the San Diego Padres at AT&T Park in which he was 0 for 3 and committed an error but nearly homered in his final at-bat.
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September 27, 2007 | Dylan Hernandez and Bill Shaikin, Times Staff Writers
SAN FRANCISCO -- Whatever Barry Bonds felt remained locked inside his heart, if not the Giants' clubhouse. Bonds played what he said would be his final game in a San Francisco Giants uniform Wednesday night, an 11-2 loss to the San Diego Padres at AT&T Park in which he was 0 for 3 and committed an error but nearly homered in his final at-bat.
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September 4, 2009 | Nicholas White
With the future of Hollywood storytelling in flux -- movies, video games and social media are mashing into new shapes -- who knows how stories will be told in five years? Tough to say, but Anthony E. Zuiker, the architect of the massively successful "CSI" television franchise, is taking a stab at that future with "Level 26," a grisly hybrid of crime fiction, motion picture and online social community. Trademarked as a digi-novel, "Level 26" is both a book that arrives on store shelves Tuesday and a key that unlocks an enhanced companion experience online.
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July 2, 2008 | Peter Yoon, Times Staff Writer
Asterisk and all, Barry Bonds' 756th home run ball has finally landed in the baseball Hall of Fame. Fashion designer Marc Ecko, who purchased the ball for $752,467 in September, donated the ball Tuesday after months of back and forth about whether the ball would permanently belong to the Hall. "We are very happy to receive the baseball as a donation, and not as a loan," Hall spokesman Brad Horn said. "We look forward to adding this ball to our permanent collections."
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October 14, 2012 | By Adam Tschorn, Los Angeles Times
When Eugene, Ore.-based Will Leather Goods opened the doors of its first flagship store on Abbot Kinney Boulevard in late September, 60-year-old founder and Chief Executive Bill Adler found himself barely a belt buckle's toss from the Venice Beach boardwalk where he started his career hawking belts three decades ago. "It was 1981, our first child had been born and there was a Screen Actors Guild strike that was going on for months," recalls Adler,...
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October 21, 2013 | By Ed Stockly
Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 20 - 26, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies       SERIES Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. As Coulson (Clark Gregg) and the agents travel to Asia to rescue a young man with a strange, dangerous power, an elusive woman (Ruth Negga) may hold the key to completing their mission. Chloe Bennet, Ming-Na Wen and Brett Dalton also star in this new episode.
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February 7, 2000 | BOOTH MOORE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Women's fashion week started off with a big bang Friday night at a party in the spectacular new Rose Center for Earth and Space at the American Museum of Natural History on Central Park West. Even guests' outlandish outfits (coats that looked like shag carpets, underwear worn on the outside of pants, etc.) took a back seat to the $210-million center, which media and store buyers got to preview before its Feb. 19 opening.
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October 9, 2013 | By Ed Stockly
Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 6 - 12, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     SERIES The Big Bang Theory Sheldon (Jim Parsons) wants revenge after Amy (Mayim Bialik) ruins one of his favorite films in this new episode. 8 p.m. CBS Parks and Recreation Ben and Chris (Adam Scott, Rob Lowe) reunite to work on an accounting project.
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September 23, 2007 | Kurt Streeter
Depending upon the will of the people, the baseball might go untouched, or it might get blemished with a big, fat asterisk. Then again, it just might be strapped onto the back of a rocket and launched into the ether. A deep drive, hit to heaven. Talk about a tape-measure home run. The orb in question is the baseball that Barry Bonds famously launched into the bleachers during a Giants game last month in San Francisco. This was no hum-drum hit, and this is no everyday ball.
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March 9, 2006 | Pete Metzger, Times Staff Writer
DEPENDING on your point of view, Marc Ecko's Getting Up is either another example of a deplorable video game that will surely lead our society to ruin, or it's a masterpiece of hip-hop culture. In Getting Up, it's all about the graffiti. As the central character Trane boosts his rep by beating up rival crews and tagging his nom de plume on walls, he uncovers a web of corruption in the city of New Radius' government and starts a revolution.
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September 21, 2007 | JERRY CROWE
Is Marc Ecko "stupid," as Barry Bonds says of the man who paid more than $750,000 for home run ball No. 756 and is asking Internet users to decide its fate -- one of the options being to launch it into outer space?. . . . Is he "an idiot," as Bonds also says of the clothes designer? . . .
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