December 17, 2013 |
Fifty years ago, in 1963, Don Swartz was an offensive linemen for Los Angeles Loyola. He was so good that he was named the CIF player of the year when the Cubs won the Southern Section "AAAA" championship, 21-0, over El Rancho at the Coliseum. On Friday night, the grandson of Swartz, Patrick Crowley, a starting tackle for Bakersfield High, will return to Southern California to play in the CIF state championship Division I bowl game against Loomis Del Oro at StubHub Center in Carson.
November 28, 1992
Re "Taking a Pasting" (Nov. 19): While attending the opening of the Museum of Contemporary Art in 1986 with several friends who had works in the museum, we noticed posters plastered all around the Temporary. The next evening I returned home to find the garage door open behind my apartment, and there were the paintings and Robbie Conal projecting an image on a canvas. This began a friendship that has lasted since. I have been privileged to watch his rise to prominence first in the mass media and finally within the art community.
March 2, 2005 |
Audiotapes made public Tuesday indicate at least 1,500 conversations in which traders employed by energy giant Enron Corp. engaged in or discussed violations of federal regulations, a Federal Energy Regulatory Commission staffer said. Those tapes, including some collected by a Washington state utility, may have "only scratched the surface" of potentially illegal activity by Enron during the West Coast energy crunch of 2000-2001, the FERC staffer said in testimony released Tuesday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 2, 1992 |
An eleventh-hour effort was launched this week to save a patch of dirt and gravel that once served as the Mission San Juan Capistrano storage yard. Members of San Juan Capistrano's downtown Mission Hill and Mission Flats neighborhoods have filed an appeal to the City Council to save at least half of the one-acre lot at the intersection of El Camino Real and El Horno Street for a small park.
May 13, 1994
Warner Bros. has tapped former Fox and Disney TV executive Garth Ancier to head programming for its new fifth network, which is set to premiere early next year. Ancier, who is teaming up with his former Fox boss and current WB Network President Jamie Kellner, will continue to produce the syndicated talk show "Ricki Lake" and divide his time between New York and Burbank. Kellner has also recruited former Fox executives Bob Bibb and Lewis Goldstein to head advertising and on-air promotion.