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July 15, 1995 | MICHAEL ARKUSH
Baseball may be in a slump, and football may be long gone, but roller hockey keeps rolling along in Southern California. This week, city parks commissioners began to pave the way for the construction of three new roller hockey rinks, including one at the Balboa Sports Center in Encino. The city already operates rinks in Northridge, North Hollywood, North Hills and Studio City, but those are makeshift facilities also used as tennis courts or parking lots.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 15, 1995 | MICHAEL ARKUSH
Baseball may be in a slump, and football may be long gone, but roller hockey keeps rolling along in Southern California. This week, city parks commissioners began to pave the way for the construction of three new roller hockey rinks, including one at the Balboa Sports Center in Encino. The city already operates rinks in Northridge, North Hollywood, North Hills and Studio City, but those are makeshift facilities also used as tennis courts or parking lots.
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December 23, 2004 | Mary McNamara, Times Staff Writer
Like the fog in Carl Sandburg's San Francisco, winter comes to Los Angeles on little cat feet, settling in so quietly you barely know it's there. Amid the palms and oleander only a few trees shake themselves bare, and the temperature drops just enough to make shorts and bare midriffs not the first choice. This is the glory of life in Southern California.
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