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December 14, 2012 | By Steve Galluzzo
The Modesto Central Catholic football team was hoping for some R&R this weekend - and that's just what it got. Not rest and relaxation, rather senior running backs Rey Vega and Ray Lomas. Neither has committed to college, but both will garner lots of attention after their efforts against Solana Beach Santa Fe Christian in the CIF state championship Division IV bowl game Friday afternoon at Home Depot Center. Vega had 202 yards and four touchdowns in six carries and Lomas added 183 yards and three touchdowns in 16 carries as the Raiders established state bowl records for points scored, total yards, rushing yards and winning margin with their 66-7 victory.
December 13, 2012 | Eric Sondheimer
CIF state championship bowl games At Home Depot Center Friday's games Division I Granite Bay (12-3) vs. Long Beach Poly (12-3), 8 p.m. (TWC SportsNet): Both teams have won 11 consecutive games after starting the season 1-3. Each rose up after gaining resurgent rushing attacks. In its last two games, Granite Bay has rushed for 309 and 547 yards. John Cooley rushed for 206 yards and four touchdowns last week in a regional bowl win. Poly's offensive and defensive lines have been dominant during the postseason, keying the Jackrabbits' surge.
December 6, 2012 | Eric Sondheimer
CIF State Regional Championship Bowl Games Friday's schedule Division I Clovis North (12-1) vs. Long Beach Poly (11-3) at Veterans Stadium, 7:30 p.m. (TWC HD 700): After conquering La Puente Bishop Amat, Mission Viejo, Bellflower St. John Bosco and Santa Ana Mater Dei to win the Pac-5 Division, Poly continues its remarkable turnaround with this Division I regional bowl game. The performance from the offensive and defensive lines has been an important reason for Poly's success.
December 4, 2012 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
Ski Santa Fe in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains has some of the best tree-skiing and remote runs in New Mexico, according to Skiing Magazine . The Santa Fe Sage Inn just 5 miles from the ski area offers a two-day stay with daily lift tickets stating at $239 a night. The deal: Ski for Free in Santa Fe offers a good deal for those who want to tour the high-altitude city and get in some skiing/boarding too. The package includes two full-day lift tickets at Ski Santa Fe , two nights lodging, breakfast, shuttle to the city's downtown area, parking, Wi-Fi and access to the on-site fitness center.
November 28, 2012 | By Salvador Rodriguez
Hyundai introduced the 2013 three-row Santa Fe crossover utility vehicle at the L.A. Auto Show Wednesday along with the Veloster C3 Roll Top, a California-themed concept car. The new six/seven-passenger Santa Fe will join Hyundai's two-row Santa Fe Sport, which went on sale in August. The newly announced Santa Fe is 8.5 inches longer and is also slightly taller and wider than the Santa Fe Sport. The three-row Santa Fe offers 1.9-inches of additional leg room for the vehicle's second row of seats -- which are available in captain's chairs if desired.
November 25, 2012 | By Jay Jones
Sure, ours is a capitalist society, but a hotel in Santa Fe, N.M., has found a way to embrace the culture of a nearby Latino community - one that, like others, faces challenges to keep its traditions alive - while still making a profit. It's a model both visitors and investors may want to consider. The bed Hotel Chimayo de Santa Fe (125 Washington Ave., Santa Fe; [505] 988-4900, ) relishes its connection to the village of the same name 30 miles away.
November 5, 2012 | By Jeff Gottlieb, Los Angeles Times
The former mayor of Santa Fe Springs who shook down a medical marijuana dispensary for $11,500 in bribes - leading to a widespread corruption probe in nearby Cudahy - was sentenced Monday to two years in federal prison. "This was pure greed," U.S. District Judge Stephen V. Wilson said as he sentenced Joseph Serrano Sr. Serrano continued to take cash bribes even after FBI agents twice interviewed him. A day after talking to the agents, he met with the dispensary owner outside a Sizzler in La Mirada, where he accepted a $1,700 bribe.
October 25, 2012 | By David Undercoffler
As our weekwith the 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport continues, we've noticed a number of clever little touches that bring additional functionality to an already versatile interior. Underneath the cargo floor in the vehicle's trunk is a series of hidden storage compartments that are great for holding loose objects or keeping valuables out of the way of prying eyes. Another nice trick is there is a dedicated space in the cargo floor to store the retractable cargo cover when you're not using it. This means you always have it on hand, should you need it, and don't have to leave it cluttering up your garage.
October 12, 2012 | By Debra Levine
Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, for the last 17 years a key purveyor of contemporary ballet, rarely has been seen in Los Angeles, even though the wonderful repertory dance troupe is based in the western U.S. Regularly venturing from its home base in two artistic cities, the company performs at New York's Joyce Theater, Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, Wolf Trap and, next summer, at the critical ballet outpost of Saratoga Springs. So it was an occasion on Thursday when 11 classically trained dancers (they skew modern)
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