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December 15, 2005 | Martin Henderson, Times Staff Writer
The Los Angeles City Section gave a lifetime coaching ban to the San Pedro High assistant football coach who was caught on videotape cheating to give his team an advantage during a game in late October. Paul Bryan, a coach for 23 years with San Pedro, will not be allowed to coach at any school within the L.A. Unified School District. Bryan was caught moving a yard marker that helped keep alive a fourth-quarter drive in which San Pedro scored on Oct. 28.
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January 8, 2013 | By Larry Harnisch, Los Angeles Times
Under the watchful eye of a librarian at the Huntington, Paul Bryan Gray gently turns the delicate pages of an 1855 edition of El Clamor Público , Los Angeles' first newspaper published entirely in Spanish. These bound volumes are like old friends for Gray, who spent two years reading every line during more than a decade of work on his new book "A Clamor for Equality," a biography of El Clamor 's remarkable 18-year-old editor, Francisco P. Ramirez. "I was fascinated by this guy Ramirez," says Gray, 74. "He was a civil rights activist when people didn't talk about it. He was a community organizer before there was such a thing....
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January 8, 2013 | By Larry Harnisch, Los Angeles Times
Under the watchful eye of a librarian at the Huntington, Paul Bryan Gray gently turns the delicate pages of an 1855 edition of El Clamor Público , Los Angeles' first newspaper published entirely in Spanish. These bound volumes are like old friends for Gray, who spent two years reading every line during more than a decade of work on his new book "A Clamor for Equality," a biography of El Clamor 's remarkable 18-year-old editor, Francisco P. Ramirez. "I was fascinated by this guy Ramirez," says Gray, 74. "He was a civil rights activist when people didn't talk about it. He was a community organizer before there was such a thing....
SPORTS
December 15, 2005 | Martin Henderson, Times Staff Writer
The Los Angeles City Section gave a lifetime coaching ban to the San Pedro High assistant football coach who was caught on videotape cheating to give his team an advantage during a game in late October. Paul Bryan, a coach for 23 years with San Pedro, will not be allowed to coach at any school within the L.A. Unified School District. Bryan was caught moving a yard marker that helped keep alive a fourth-quarter drive in which San Pedro scored on Oct. 28.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 20, 2014 | By Jessica Gelt
Benedict Cumberbatch is living proof of that elusive quality known as charisma. Thin and somewhat awkward, with a long face, a pronounced nose and an impish smile, the British actor has seemingly set the world on fire. Prior to his appearance on Monday at a PBS panel promoting the third (and highly anticipated) season of his television show, "Sherlock," rabid fans could be seen camping out near the entrance of the Langham Huntington Hotel in Pasadena. They held signs and autograph books and affected slightly desperate facial expressions, as if they weren't breathing very well and might soon need some form of resuscitation, preferably from Cumberbatch himself.
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May 22, 1987
A California (Pa.) State athlete collapsed Thursday after completing a qualifying heat in the 1,500-meter run at the NCAA Division II track and field championships in Cape Girardeau, Mo., and was pronounced dead on arrival at a hospital, officials said. The athlete was identified as Paul Bryan of Jamaica. Several trainers attempted to resuscitate Bryan on the track but were unable to revive him.
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April 29, 1989 | Associated Press
The failure of Alfa Romeo to successfully prepare a car in time for this year's Indianapolis 500 probably means that driver Roberto Guerrero will not compete in the May 28 race. "I would say, at this point, Roberto probably won't be racing in the 500," Paul Bryan, director of publicity for Alfa Romeo, told the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel. "We want him ready to go when the car is ready to go. I'm not sure the developers want to risk injury by letting Roberto drive (in the 500) for another team."
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May 22, 1987 | JOHN ORTEGA
Cal State Northridge runners Darcy Arreola, Tina Cheney and Jennie Stachura qualified Thursday in the 1,500 meter-run on the second day of the NCAA Division II track championships that were marred by the death of Paul Bryan of California College of Pennsylvania. Bryan, a native of Jamaica, collapsed after qualifying in his 1,500 heat and later was pronounced dead at a local hospital.
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September 24, 2012 | By Matt Donnelly
Jimmy Kimmel has received tepid reviews for his Emmy Awards hosting gig, but if you're counting the star support behind him? He was a smash. Following his gig Sunday at Los Angeles' Nokia Theater, Kimmel shut down West Hollywood's Soho House, inviting winners and friends to join him at the exclusive space.  Robert Pattinson, dressed in his uniform of denim and a baseball cap, showed with a male pal and enjoyed conversation with a small group...
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December 1, 2005 | Martin Henderson, From Times Staff Reports
Paul Bryan, a volunteer assistant football coach at San Pedro, has been suspended from coaching next season after he was caught cheating on videotape filmed by another school. During a game against Gardena on Oct. 28, on a fourth-and-inches situation with 7 minutes 19 seconds left to play, Bryan is seen near midfield moving a yard marker in a direction that benefited San Pedro. The Pirates, holding a 7-6 lead at the time, were awarded the first down without a measurement.
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January 18, 2006 | Martin Henderson, From Times Staff Reports
A panel of Los Angeles City Section representatives met Tuesday to discuss further the San Pedro High football controversy in which an assistant coach moved a yard marker for the benefit of his team, a misguided moment caught on videotape that drew national attention and a lifetime ban for volunteer assistant Paul Bryan.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 14, 2012 | By Patrick Kevin Day
Before the “Breaking Bad” panel began on Friday evening, Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston gleefully dug into a box of costumes and props shipped directly to San Diego from the show's New Mexico set. The two actors removed gas masks and bright yellow hazmat suits and put them on with all the practice of their characters, Jesse Pinkman and Walter White, New Mexico's best meth dealers. The gritty AMC show is premiering the opening episode of its final season at Comic-Con, and Paul doesn't see anything wrong with showing it at a place that's usually about escapist fantasy.
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