August 17, 2002
"Sondheim: Our Time," a musical revue of songs by Stephen Sondheim, will be presented on Sunday at 3 p.m. and Monday and Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Hudson Theatre, 6539 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood. The revue, featuring an independent company of performers ages 15 to 17 led by producer Justine Huxley and director Brandon Baruch, is a benefit for the National Childhood Cancer Foundation and the Daisy Foundation. Tickets are $12 for students and $14 for adults.
November 17, 1995 |
Golf's so-called off-season continues today with the start of another tournament, the $1.1-million Franklin Templeton Shark Shootout, where the defending champion knows what is at stake and what isn't. "If I do win, it's not like I won the U.S. Open," Fred Couples said. Couples and Brad Faxon will defend their title at Sherwood Country Club. They scored a two-stroke victory over Mark O'Meara and Curtis Strange last year with a 54-hole total of 26-under-par 190.
October 9, 2000
National Childhood Cancer Foundation, a national charity based in Arcadia, needs volunteers to fill orders for holiday cards. Contact Peggi Preston at (626) 447-1674, Ext. 225. * Caring for Babies With AIDS in Los Angeles needs volunteers to assist the staff in caring for children and to help with fund-raisers. Information: (323) 931-9828, Ext. 114. * Daniel Freeman Marina Hospital in Marina del Rey needs volunteers to pack or deliver meals for its Meals on Wheels program.
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September 21, 1994 |
The Angels coaching staff is going to bat for thousands of youngsters who were disappointed by the abrupt ending of the baseball season. They will host a clinic at Anaheim Stadium on Saturday to give hitting and fielding pointers to Junior Angels fan club members who were upset last month when their trip to Anaheim Stadium for the Angels-Indians game was canceled by the players' strike.
November 19, 1993 |
With $1.1 million on the line, the Franklin Funds Shark Shootout is so thick with tension that you couldn't drive a golf cart through it. Not really, says Nick Price. "It's the end of the year, there's really no pressure," said Price, whose earnings of $1.48 million topped the PGA Tour money list. "All the pressures of the year are gone. It's great to put the emphasis on the guys' enjoying themselves."
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August 10, 1994 |
Aug. 27 was to be Patrick Stebbins' big day. As a proud new member of the Junior Angels Club, the 7-year-old was set to attend his first major league baseball game, to watch the California Angels take on the Cleveland Indians.