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February 7, 1991 | LONNIE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As the San Bernardino High School boys' basketball team took the floor before a recent homecoming game, rap music blasted from speakers surrounding the court while cheerleaders tried to warm up the incoming crowd. With every crisp pass and layup made during pregame drills, San Bernardino's players tried to do their part in getting the biggest home crowd of the season--about 800--excited.
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February 7, 1991 | LONNIE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As the San Bernardino High School boys' basketball team took the floor before a recent homecoming game, rap music blasted from speakers surrounding the court while cheerleaders tried to warm up the incoming crowd. With every crisp pass and layup made during pregame drills, San Bernardino's players tried to do their part in getting the biggest home crowd of the season--about 800--excited.
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NEWS
March 20, 1987
Scott McKay, a frequent performer in the Depression-inspired WPA (Federal) Theatre whose roles in those lean economic times led to a series of Broadway credits that extended over 35 years, died Monday at Cabrini Hospital in New York City. McKay, who last appeared on Broadway in 1973 and who appeared occasionally in films of the 1940s, died of kidney failure. He was 71.
NEWS
March 20, 1987
Scott McKay, a frequent performer in the Depression-inspired WPA (Federal) Theatre whose roles in those lean economic times led to a series of Broadway credits that extended over 35 years, died Monday at Cabrini Hospital in New York City. McKay, who last appeared on Broadway in 1973 and who appeared occasionally in films of the 1940s, died of kidney failure. He was 71.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 15, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
Greg Louganis and his partner, Johnny Chaillot, are married! The 53-year-old Olympic diver wed his paralegal fiancee during a sunset ceremony at Geoffrey's in Malibu on Saturday, People reported . "It was amazing because I have so many people from all facets of my life here tonight and they are all here and celebrating it is all wonderful," Louganis told the mag. "I already feel different. The ceremony was so reflective and representative of who we are. " PHOTOS: Gay celebs: Who is out?
SPORTS
March 1, 1989 | MIKE KENNEDY, Times Staff Writer
For Coach Scott Kay and his San Bernardino High School boys' basketball team, the problem is immense. Glendora High School's Tracy Murray is a 6-foot-8 forward. He is the nation's leading scorer--averaging 45 points a game--and the state's all-time single-season and career-scoring leader with 1,306 and 2,845 points, respectively. He plays effectively in close or on the perimeter.
NATIONAL
November 24, 2010 | By Nicholas Riccardi, Los Angeles Times
An early winter storm swirled toward the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains late Tuesday after wreaking havoc in the Northwest and promising to make the busiest travel day of the year that much more complicated. The storm has created misery from Alaska to Washington state, where it is blamed for three deaths. In Utah, the state department of transportation closed Interstate 84 at the Idaho border as snow began to fall during rush hour. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir canceled its Tuesday night concert, and the University of Utah and Utah State University closed their campuses in the early afternoon.
BUSINESS
May 24, 2007 | Josh Friedman, Times Staff Writer
It's a wrap for Dominic Scott Kay. The aspiring 11-year-old filmmaker has settled his first Hollywood lawsuit. Now, he can get back to editing his debut movie, "Saving Angelo," presumably when it doesn't interfere with his schoolwork. "I'm so excited," Kay said in an interview Wednesday after a play date. "I'm so, like, dedicated to this film."
SPORTS
April 19, 1993 | ERIC SHEPARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jacque Vaughn of Pasadena Muir High and Timicha Kirby of Lynwood have been selected the top boys' and girls' high school basketball players of the year in Southern California by The Times. The two were honored Sunday at separate banquets held for all-star teams in their area. Vaughn, a 6-foot-3 senior guard, won the George Yardley Award. Kirby, a 5-11 junior guard, was the winner of the Cheryl Miller Award.
BUSINESS
July 17, 2003 | Ronald D. White, Times Staff Writer
A federal judge Wednesday dealt a potentially severe blow to Costa Mesa-based Ribapharm Inc. and its majority owner, ICN Pharmaceuticals Inc., ruling that a new generic formulation of Ribapharm's top-selling hepatitis C drug would not infringe patents owned by ICN. The case involves a copycat version of the drug, ribavirin, planned by three companies: Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.
BUSINESS
January 26, 2007 | Josh Friedman, Times Staff Writer
Most 10-year-olds are happy with an allowance and some video games. Budding filmmaker Dominic Scott Kay wants creative control, along with a shot at the Sundance Film Festival. And, as often happens in the entertainment business, to get what he wants he's headed to court with one of Hollywood's top litigators in tow.
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