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January 6, 2001 | GEOFF BOUCHER
Los Angeles' own Xzibit makes a big jump on the Southern California album sales chart, leapfrogging three Florida acts (Limp Bizkit, Backstreet Boys and Creed) to move into the No. 3 spot, trailing only the Fab Four and Long Beach rhymer Snoop Dogg. On the singles chart, Moby's version of "South Side," featuring Gwen Stefani from No Doubt, heads north to No. 5.
March 25, 1993 | LIBBY SLATE
The Scene: Twentieth anniversary celebration for the CBS soap opera "The Young and the Restless" Tuesday night at the Four Seasons. Created by William J. Bell and his wife, Lee Phillip Bell, the show premiered March 23, 1973. It has been the No. 1-rated daytime drama for the past 220 weeks, and has won four Emmy Awards for Outstanding Daytime Drama.
November 17, 2011 | By Claudia Assis
The allure of gold is thousands of years old, but nowadays the precious metal has a youthful look. Gold's spectacular, decade-long run, coupled with the sovereign-debt crisis in Europe, an uncertain outlook for the U.S. dollar and worries of worldwide recession, has tapped a new vein of investors in their 20s and 30s. The popularity of gold among young investors speaks to the metal's impressive role as a place to store wealth — and says...
Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry and Buddy Holly were superstars of rock's first wave, but none of them expressed the innocence and desire of adolescence any more soulfully than Dion DiMucci. You heard traces of his smooth intimacy in the doo-wop exuberance of 1958's "I Wonder Why," the first of his seven Top-40 hits with the Belmonts on Laurie Records. You heard even more of his seductive style in the lonely strains of "A Teenager in Love," another hit with the Belmonts.
July 20, 2002
It's heartwarming to hear that this year's Dodger squad loves and respects one another so much, but it's also mighty hard to picture them making the postseason without some serious upgrades to the bench and the bullpen. Jeff Reboulet, Chad Kreuter, Dave Hansen and Hiram Bocachica are not exactly names that strike fear in opposing pitchers, and opposing batters practically high-five one another with glee whenever Jim Tracy calls Terry Mulholland, Paul Quantrill or Guillermo Mota to the mound.
March 26, 1995 | Steve Hochman
Is there any appropriate way to mark the one-year anniversary of Kurt Cobain's suicide? With April 8--the date that Cobain's body was found in his Seattle home--rapidly approaching, the issue is a dilemma for the city's rock community. "We're still mulling it over," says Marco Collins, music director for radio station KNDD-FM ("The End"), which co-sponsored a public vigil at the Seattle Center two days after Cobain's body was discovered.
December 30, 2004 | From Associated Press
Quarterback Kurt Warner plans to leave the New York Giants after this season rather than remain a backup to Eli Manning. "I am not going to be content being a backup, that's just the bottom line," Warner, a two-time league most valuable player, said Wednesday. "I loved my year here, but I am not content being a backup. I think I showed people and did things here and won games and that I have proven I can play and start in this league." Warner, 33, said the Giants know how he feels.
February 3, 1985 | Associated Press
This was to have been a team that could challenge the Los Angeles Lakers for supremacy in the West. Fans of the Portland Trail Blazers were even talking about a National Basketball Assn. title again. Instead, at least for now, this is a team that could have a hard time making the playoffs. The fans who perennially pack Memorial Coliseum to support the team are growing restless. They remember, with some regret, the off-season decisions that brought Kiki Vandeweghe and Sam Bowie to Portland.
August 4, 1990 | VALERIE ORLEANS, Valerie Orleans is a writer based in Anaheim Hills
Erik Madsen of North Tustin has a "Jack and the Beanstalk" story with a twist. The only difference between Madsen and Jack is that the hero of the fairy tale threw beans out his window. All Madsen did was clear a hillside of brush. "For many years, I'd let one slope in our yard get kind of overgrown," Madsen admitted. "There were geraniums that had been growing there for years and a lot of branches and leaves as well. I also threw cut grass there.
November 6, 1988 | ZAN DUBIN
Terry Wolverton had spent much of her life on the stage. First there was performing-arts high school, then college, where she specialized in experimental theater, then a decade-long career as a performance artist. But two years ago, despite half a lifetime's investment, Wolverton, 34, gave up performing. Not because she had lost interest but because of a problem that has caused many Los Angeles performance artists, dancers and choreographers to worry about their survival here: in a word, access.
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