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September 18, 2012 | By Randy Lewis
This post has been updated. See note below for details. Bob Dylan famously called Smokey Robinson “America's greatest living poet” for the exquisite beauty, pain and affection in lyrics to “Tracks of My Tears,” “Tears of a Clown” and so many other songs Robinson wrote and sang during his heyday at Motown in the 1960s and 1970s. Now, Robinson's ready to share a side of his poetry largely separated from music in “Words,” a spoken-word program built around several long-form poems that Robinson will present in a pair of shows this weekend in North Hollywood.
September 9, 2013 | By Roger Vincent
Another large-scale apartment complex - this one catering to creative young professionals - has opened in the NoHo Arts District as real estate development continues in the North Hollywood neighborhood. The latest to come online is the $50-million Hesby, a luxury dwelling intended to tap into NoHo's arty reputation. It has what its owners call a writers' cafe with coffee bar, a music rehearsal studio and an outdoor movie venue among its tenant amenities. The 308-unit complex at 5031 Fair Ave. and Hesby Street was built by Alliance Residential Co., a Phoenix multifamily developer and apartment manager.
March 26, 2012 | By Roger Vincent, Los Angeles Times
Endemol USA, producer of the house-fixing television show "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," has more than doubled the size of its own quarters in West Hollywood and North Hollywood. Endemol develops popular reality-style shows such as "Big Brother" and"Wipeout"as well as scripted dramas, including the railroad western"Hell on Wheels"on AMC. The company has consolidated in two office buildings while expanding its overall space to 75,000 square feet, said broker Michael P. Arnold of Newmark Knight Frank.
September 15, 1994 | PAIGE A. LEECH
Sophomore Dante Clay was granted unrestricted eligibility to play football at North Hollywood High this season by vote of the City Section rules committee Wednesday. Clay was thrust into the spotlight in the spring when Taft Coach Troy Starr was caught actively recruiting the promising running back, who played on Crespi's freshmen team last season. The 5-foot-10, 180-pound Clay, who visited Taft and was given a campus tour by Starr, will play Friday in North Hollywood's game against Franklin.
October 11, 1986 | STEVE ELLING, Times Staff Writer
It was billed as a battle of the ground attack. North Hollywood features two running backs in the Valley-area City Section top 10, and the Sylmar backfield consists of cousins Sean and Michael Hampton. So, most expected an offensive show similar to an Oklahoma-Nebraska showdown. Passing was almost an afterthought for the two teams in previous games. So much for predictions and previews.
October 23, 2013 | By Joseph Serna
The mystery of the exploding North Hollywood truck has been solved, police say. It was sparked when a man, trying to get high, plugged in his cellphone charger while huffing propane inside the cab. This, police say, is according to the man himself. According to police, on Tuesday night a man with a burned scalp and face walked into the Los Angeles Police Department's North Hollywood substation and explained what sparked an explosion earlier that morning in the 11300 block of Miranda Street.
Sylmar High, a highly regarded City Section 4-A Division team, had to rely on its stingy defense to edge upstart North Hollywood, 13-7, Friday night in a Valley Pac-8 Conference opener at Sylmar. Sylmar, which annihilated El Camino Real, 55-0, a week ago, found North Hollywood--a 3-A team that was winless last season--a worthy opponent. "That's a good football team," Sylmar Coach Jeff Engilman said of North Hollywood. "They're going to win a lot of games."
December 11, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
 The City Section began league play on Wednesday, and North Hollywood came away with a 58-52 win over Grant in the East Valley League. Sean Fernandez, the son of first-year Coach Jose Fernandez, scored 21 points for the Huskies. Poly (6-0) defeated Monroe, 87-62. In the Coliseum League, Crenshaw defeated Manual Arts, 78-58. View Park defeated West Adams, 82-36. Chance Comanche had 24 points. In the Ventura County Classic, Jamani Spencer scored 18 points in Sierra Canyon's 69-39 win over Royal.
October 5, 1996 | JOHN ORTEGA
He is usually the overlooked second back in North Hollywood High's double-wing backfield, but David Harlow stepped out of the shadow of teammate Dante Clay on Friday to help the visiting Huskies to a 24-14 victory over Grant in a Valley Pac-8 Conference opener. Clay rushed for a game-high 97 yards in 17 carries for North Hollywood (2-2), but Harlow rushed for 77 yards in 14 carries and scored the Huskies' first two touchdowns on runs of one and 45 yards.
April 22, 2013 | By Robert J. Lopez
Arson investigators Monday evening were probing a blaze at a North Hollywood apartment building that left one person dead and four others injured. The fire broke out Monday morning at the two-story structure in the 5100 block of Riverton Avenue and engulfed an apartment unit with intense flames and choking smoke, the Los Angeles Fire Department said. "This was a well-involved, intense fire," department spokesman Erik Scott told The Times. The blaze was so hot that it blackened firefighters' helmets, and the thick smoke forced rescuers to use an infrared search device to find victims trapped in the structure.  The man who died was discovered by a firefighter with the infrared device.
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