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October 7, 2007 | Chris Lee, Times Staff Writer
More than three decades have passed since Joy Division emerged from the cultural rubble of post-industrial Manchester, England to rechannel punk rock's sound and fury into something more sublime. Over the group's fleeting, three-year existence, its lyrics connected with fans by conveying emotional isolation and existential despair while the music arrived with the visceral impact of shattering glass.
December 22, 2002 | Kevin Thomas, Times Staff Writer
It's been a great year for high-quality Hollywood movies and for foreign films. South Korean cinema is fresh and exciting right now but has yet to break out of noncommercial and festival venues. Its highly touted Oscar entry "Oasis," a tale of outcast lovers, may change all that. European cinema remains healthy, Iran continues to produce risky -- politically and artistically -- pictures, and minority voices are being heard in national cinemas the world over.
November 15, 1989 | GARR KLUENDER
Give Cal State Fullerton's coaching staff enough time and they will find a rushing record for Mike Pringle. Correction of a five-yard error by a Titan statistician last week resulted in Pringle tying the NCAA Division I rushing record of 357 yards. That record was broken Saturday by Indiana's Anthony Thompson, who rushed for 377 yards against Wisconsin. Now Fullerton coaches have found a record everyone missed: most yards gained, two consecutive games.
Tony Wilson gets to count the victory on his record, but he is going to have to beat Steve McCarthy again without help from his mother if he wants a shot at Britain's light-heavyweight boxing title. McCarthy and Wilson fought in Southampton, England, Sept. 21. In the third round, McCarthy landed a punch that sent Wilson to the canvas for an eight-count.
April 19, 1989 | RICH ROBERTS, Times Staff Writer
Dennis Conner will sail one of the controversial Stars & Stripes catamarans in the 42nd Newport-Ensenada race starting Friday, April 28, and this time nobody objects. Vic Stern, secretary-treasurer of the Ocean Racing Catamaran Assn., said Tuesday that the organization had approved the conventional, "soft-sail" rig that was the backup boat to the airfoil-wing craft Conner used to trounce New Zealand's larger monohull in a two-race defense of the America's Cup at San Diego last September.
January 21, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
Sophomore guard Roger McClendon scored 24 of his 35 points in the second half as Cincinnati upset No. 13 Louisville, 84-82, Monday night in a Metro Conference game at Louisville, Ky. Louisville (11-5 overall and 2-2 in the conference) held a 56-43 lead, but the Bearcats (7-9, 3-3) went on a 14-4 tear to pull to within three points with 10:29 left. McClendon had nine points during the run. Cincinnati tied the game on a 20-footer by McClendon with 5:29 left.
April 12, 1991
Two suspected car thieves fleeing Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies Thursday dodged into a vacant house in Canyon Country and one surrendered after a five-hour standoff with a SWAT team, the Sheriff's Department reported. The other man managed to slip out the back of the house, probably before the area was cordoned off, and eluded capture, Deputy Hal Grant said. The arrested man was identified as Tony Shane Wilson, 22, of Canoga Park, deputies said.
December 6, 1987 | RUTH RYON, Times Staff Writer
Hulk Hogan will soon get a new home that will be built by . . . his mother-in-law. Mother-in-law? All those gals who thought the famous wrestler was single after hearing Dolly Parton sing to him on her TV show will be upset to hear that! (Dolly crooned about dreaming of marriage with the 33-year-old heavyweight champ.) Yep, as Dolly might say, the Hulkster, which his friends call him (and I sure don't want to be his foe), is married. He has been for four years.
March 14, 1994 | DEBORA VRANA
Rare is the entrepreneur who would describe his business as "an old shoe." But Steve Lewis, the new part-owner of Alta Coffee Warehouse & Roasting Co. in Newport Beach, has seized successfully on that image to attract people to his cafe and coffee-roasting company. His cafe, Alta, is in the Cannery Village section of Newport Beach. A homey place with echoes of Berkeley or Big Sur, Alta allows customers to bring their own mugs and get 25 cents off a cup of coffee.
Winds gusting up to 73 m.p.h. fueled a brush fire that scorched 320 acres in Fillmore Thursday and pushed over trees throughout Ventura County, including one that smashed into an Ojai school bus and injured the driver. A downed power line sparked the brush fire at 10:10 a.m. on the dry hillside along California 126, threatening a mobile home park for senior citizens. The blaze, fed by 40 m.p.h. winds with gale-force gusts, was 75% contained by 1 p.m. and was under control by 6 p.m.
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