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August 26, 1994
Phil Berardelli makes some interesting points in his article ("The Lean: It's an Angry World Out There," Aug. 9), but the driving posture he describes is at least 22 years old. When I learned to drive in Ohio in 1972-'73, it was called the "Detroit Lean" and we saw it often. (In fact, Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders, herself an Ohio girl, refers to it in the hit "Brass in Pocket.") Berardelli is right about the message The Lean is sending: This is a driver who thinks he's cool and who doesn't care about anyone or anything in his way. I haven't seen it much lately--maybe because you can't do it with a shoulder restraint buckled up, but I always wondered: Do they adjust the mirrors so they can still see out from down there?
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SPORTS
April 27, 2014 | By Lance Pugmire
DALLAS - Nick Bonino has been a part of 28 comeback wins with the Ducks this season. Sunday night was the steepest - and most significant - yet. Bonino lifted the Ducks to a 5-4 overtime victory over the Dallas Stars as top-seeded Anaheim clinched a demanding first-round Western Conference playoff series, four games to two Bonino's goal, 2 minutes 47 seconds into sudden death, capped a rally from a two-goal deficit in the final 130 seconds of...
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NEWS
June 29, 1989
There is a sign on the east side of Oxnard Boulevard, near Gonzales Road, which has a "cracked" schoolhouse along with the words: "Oxnard--the home of unhappy teachers." I see this sign several times throughout the week. Each time I see it, I get a very distasteful, discouraged feeling for the message it is delivering to our children. We as adults understand that the teachers are unhappy with their paychecks. If this is the case, then I think the teachers should do something in their classrooms that causes the district, the board and the parents to have complete knowledge and confidence that they deserve the pay hike that is being asked for. There needs to be improvement.
SPORTS
April 25, 2014 | Lisa Dillman
Justin Williams reached back and delivered some of his Game 7 playoff magic for the Kings in Game 4. For the Kings, it might as well have been Game 7. Justin Time. Or should that be Just In Time? With the Kings facing playoff elimination against the San Jose Sharks on Thursday night, Williams, who had been without a point in the first three games, scored twice in the Kings' 6-3 victory over the Sharks in Game 4 at Staples Center. San Jose leads the best-of-seven Western Conference quarterfinal series, three games to one. Game 5 will be on Saturday in San Jose.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 4, 1989
The fact that Duke calls himself a Republican sends a message. TERRY L. MALONE Orange
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 19, 1995
The President's budget proposal 2005 (June 14) sends a clear message to his fellow Democrats: To hell with the party; it's everyone for themselves. LARRY BRIGGS Twentynine Palms
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 26, 1989
If North lied to the Congress it hardly seems worth all the fuss. What really sends chills up and down me is congressmen lying to us. FRANK CADY Cambria
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 23, 1998
It would be hard to find a more fitting place for the seating of the Palestinian delegation at the U.N. (July 8) than next to the institution closest to God (the Vatican) and the noble country (Switzerland) that sends its soldiers to guard the above institution. Sounds like a perfect fit. HOWARD STONE Los Angeles
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 31, 1992
I cannot help but be amused by the contention that President Bush was "conned" by Congress into raising taxes. Are we to understand that our President does not read the bills Congress sends him? SAMUEL MIKES, Santa Monica
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 6, 1999
I wholeheartedly commend the Anaheim Planning Commission for approving Pointe Anaheim. This project will bring jobs, tourists and much-needed tax dollars to our city. This vote sends a loud and clear message to our community: Disney does not control Anaheim. MANNY ONTIVEROS Anaheim
ENTERTAINMENT
April 22, 2014 | By August Brown
Any Chicago music fan of the '80s and '90s would acknowledge the huge contributions that Frankie Knuckles made to that city's (and American) culture with his blend of disco, electronic music and gay-friendly nightlife. That includes the city's most famous expat: President Obama.   After Knuckles' death last month , the president wrote a condolence letter to his family and friends. DJ and manager David Morales, whose agency Def Mix represented Knuckles, posted it to Facebook this morning.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 22, 2014 | By Seema Mehta
Saying that better schools are critical for California's prosperity, GOP gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari proposes changing the way education is funded, making traditional schools more like charters and increasing online learning. "We must reject the status quo," the former U.S. Treasury official says in a 33-page policy paper set for release Tuesday. He calls for money to be sent directly to the state's 10,000 public schools rather than to their districts. He would throw out much of the state's education code, which governs the operation of schools, and effectively allow most schools to operate under the same rules as charters.
WORLD
April 20, 2014 | By Sergei L. Loiko
MOSCOW - Separatists appealed to Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday to deploy Russian troops in eastern Ukraine after a shootout Easter night on the outskirts of Slovyansk left at least three people dead and four injured. “Vladimir Vladimirovich, fascists who are killing our brothers are trying to conquer our small provincial town,” Vyacheslav Ponomaryov, a separatist leader and self-proclaimed mayor of Slovyansk, said in his television appeal on Rossiya-24 news network.
HEALTH
April 18, 2014 | By Rene Lynch
You can sculpt your triceps and strengthen your core with one simple exercise: dip kicks, says fitness expert Lacey Stone, who uses it on her Extreme Bootcamp app for iPhone and iPad. What it does Supporting yourself on your arms in this move strengthens your triceps, while your core muscles are engaged and helping you stabilize. Your glutes also get a bit of work from the kicks. What to do Start out by sitting on your mat with bent legs and weight resting on slightly bent arms behind you, fingers facing your body.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 18, 2014 | By Darcey Steinke
When his mother begins getting serious about her new boyfriend, 15-year-old Miles Adler-Hart does what any good citizen of L.A. would do: He hires a private detective. "Casebook," the sixth novel by Mona Simpson, focuses on divorce and its aftermath through the eyes of Miles, who himself is a budding expert in espionage. The book opens with him at 9 lying in wait under his parents' bed gazing up at the box springs' "gray dust towers, in globular, fantastic formations. " He hopes to find out if he'll be allowed to watch the TV show "Survivor," but he learns much more than he bargained for. His father admits his attraction to other women, and his mother reveals that she is deeply unhappy.
SPORTS
April 18, 2014 | By Bill Shaikin
KEY MOMENT: In the blooper reels, this one will live on. The Diamondbacks had the potential winning run on third base in the ninth inning, and Dodgers catcher Tim Federowicz stood up for the intentional walk. But reliever Chris Withrow threw the ball over the head of a catcher standing up - yes, a wild pitch on an intentional walk. That would have been the play that cost the Dodgers the game, had Juan Uribe not forced extra innings with a home run in the bottom of the ninth. Instead, Aaron Hill's two-run single off Chris Perez in the 12th inning won the game for Arizona.
NATIONAL
July 25, 2008 | From Times Wire Reports
The House voted to triple money to fight AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis around the world, giving new life to a program credited with saving or prolonging millions of lives in Africa alone. The 303-115 vote sends the global AIDS bill to President Bush, who supports the five-year, $48-billion plan.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 24, 1992
Hilburn was wrong: Dylan's legacy was not ignored at Madison Square Garden--it was quite alive. Apparently audiences of thousands no longer sit duped, dumb and mindlessly hanging on every dictum the art world sends down. BOBBIE DEARING FREGA Los Angeles
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 16, 2014 | By Alicia Banks and Kate Mather
At least 15 people, including six firefighters, were injured Wednesday afternoon when two firetrucks collided in Monterey Park, causing one to smash into a small restaurant. Monterey Park Fire Chief Jim Birrell said no fatalities were reported. The injuries ranged from minor to at least one critical. The injured firefighters are equally split between Birrell's department and the Alhambra Fire Department. He said both agencies were responding to a house fire in Monterey Park when the collision occurred shortly after 3 p.m. at the intersection of Garfield and Emerson avenues.
BUSINESS
April 14, 2014 | By Hugo Martin
US Airways apologized Monday for sending out a Twitter message that included a pornographic image. The airline acknowledged that the image came from its Twitter account but said it was sent by mistake. US Airways said the image was originally sent to the airline's account and US Airways tried to flag is as inappropriate. "Unfortunately the image was inadvertently included in a response to a customer," the airline said in a statement. "We immediately realized the error and removed our tweet.
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