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February 28, 2011
'American Experience: Triangle Fire' Where: KOCE When: 9 p.m. Monday Rating: TV-14 (may be unsuitable for children under the age of 14)
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NEWS
December 10, 2013 | By S. Irene Virbila
Shhh --  this is what I'm getting the husband for Christmas: a steel triangle dinner bell, to signal to guests that it's time to sit down at the table. They're inevitably an unruly bunch, wandering around the garden, rubbing scented geranium leaves between their fingers, calling up to find out what's growing on the trellis, whether they can pick some tangerines. Or getting so involved in storytelling that it becomes hard to herd them toward the table mid-story. But this is the solution.  And quite a handsome one. Designed by Pat Kim of (where else?
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HEALTH
May 31, 2010 | Karen Voight, Good Form
If you practice yoga on a regular basis, you're probably familiar with the classic position called triangle pose. But it's a good idea, every once in a while, to practice this pose with the back of your body against a flat wall, so you can check the position of your shoulders and hips for correct alignment. Stand against a wall in a wide stance with your arms extending out to the side at shoulder level. Turn your left foot in slightly, and turn your right foot out, so that your right big toe points to the right.
SCIENCE
December 6, 2013 | By Geoffrey Mohan
Pythagoras would be proud, 25 centuries later. A few thousand New Yorkers who are mad for math mobbed Manhattan's Flatiron Building to prove him right on a famed right triangle: [ View the story "Some squares sum squares" on Storify ]
HEALTH
April 13, 2013 | By Melinda Fulmer
If you want your legs to look good from all angles, try this challenging lower-body sculptor. Called the triangle butt lift, it's a great way to tone your legs and abdominals at the same time, says fitness instructor Cassey Ho of the popular Blogilates YouTube channel and "Pop Pilates Total Body Workout" DVD. What it does This sweeping exercise tones your glutes as well as your inner and outer thighs while engaging your transverse abdominals...
NEWS
December 10, 2013 | By S. Irene Virbila
Shhh --  this is what I'm getting the husband for Christmas: a steel triangle dinner bell, to signal to guests that it's time to sit down at the table. They're inevitably an unruly bunch, wandering around the garden, rubbing scented geranium leaves between their fingers, calling up to find out what's growing on the trellis, whether they can pick some tangerines. Or getting so involved in storytelling that it becomes hard to herd them toward the table mid-story. But this is the solution.  And quite a handsome one. Designed by Pat Kim of (where else?
SPORTS
May 25, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
The triangle has been shuttered and closed for business — and it won't be reopening under the watch of Phil Jackson's successor with the Lakers. One of Mike Brown's former players was asked whether they ever tinkered with the triangle offense in practice in Cleveland, even a moment or two of curious experimentation. "Uh, no," said Clippers point guard Mo Williams, who played for Brown and alongside LeBron James for two seasons in Cleveland. "He had his own style. Like I said, he's not Phil [Jackson]
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 24, 2007 | Richard Winton, Times Staff Writer
A murder-suicide at a Koreatown restaurant that left two men dead was the result of a "domestic triangle" involving the gunman, his victim and the gunman's wife, police said Wednesday. Hyo Jin Lim, owner of the popular Suhrabal restaurant, was shot and killed late Tuesday afternoon by a man who walked into the establishment in the 100 block of South Western Avenue and began arguing with him, police said.
SPORTS
May 31, 2011 | By Mike Bresnahan
It took Tex Winter 320 pages to detail the intricacies of the triangle offense in a book. It took Mike Brown four seconds to say there would be little to no more of it for the Lakers. "We are not going to run the triangle offense, but we will have bits and pieces that will be incorporated," the Lakers coach said Tuesday at his introductory news conference. "A lot of what I'm going to take offensively will stem from the time that I was in San Antonio. " Brown was an assistant coach for three seasons with the Spurs when they had seven-footers David Robinson and Tim Duncan.
NEWS
June 20, 1985
Demolition of shops and restaurants at the so-called "Triangle" shopping area near King Harbor began this week to make way for a $46-million Sheraton hotel. Chuck Johnston, a partner in the Redondo Beach Hotel Assn., developers of the site, said construction of the 353-room hotel should begin by the end of next month. The City Council approved the redevelopment project in late 1983, nearly a decade after plans first were proposed.
WORLD
August 25, 2013 | By Barbara Demick
BEIJING - The sensational trial of purged Chinese politician Bo Xilai wound to a dramatic end Monday with Bo accusing the government's chief witness of being in love with his wife, and prosecutors demanding a stiff sentence to punish him for withdrawing his confessions. "Bo Xilai not only denied a lot of proven evidence, but recanted his own handwritten testimony and statement," an unidentified prosecutor was quoted as saying in a transcript of the trial's closing arguments. “He doesn't meet the standards for a reduced sentence, so should be punished severely in accordance with the law. "  The 64-year-old Bo, once a contender for the Chinese leadership, embarrassed prosecutors by upstaging them at what was supposed to be a well-scripted two-day show trial.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 15, 2013 | By Joseph Serna
The investigation into a man who reportedly accidentally shot himself with a neighbor's gun while drunk took a tawdry turn Monday when neighbors told detectives the victim was having an affair with the gun owner's wife. Police were still interviewing witnesses to the Boyle Heights incident, and it was unclear if charges would be filed, but Lt. Perry Griffith of the Los Angeles Police Department gave this account: Early Monday morning, a group of people were drinking at a barbecue in the 3200 block of Folsom Street  when “a handgun joins the party,” Griffith said.
HOME & GARDEN
July 12, 2013 | By Waverly Farrell
It was an interim period in my life, the time after a rotten breakup. I was in dating mode to prove that someone, anyone, might find me attractive and desirable. I was in my early 40s and having the kind of desperate fun you have when you can't distinguish the pain of being dumped from the pleasure of a new adventure. Running was my solace, the remedy to hitting the wall in my relationships. I joined the Running Experience Club in the Belmont Shore area of Long Beach as a way to soothe my ego, with the added benefit that there were a few cute guys to match my paces.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 30, 2013 | By Lisa Rosen
As Olivia Pope on ABC's "Scandal," Kerry Washington is the most powerful fixer in Washington, a town that needs a lot of fixing. Trouble is, she's also in love with the most powerful man in D.C.: President Fitzgerald "Fitz" Grant (Tony Goldwyn). She met the married Republican commander in chief when she helped him win the election but hit a rough patch when he found out she helped rig the election in his favor. That is far from the worst crime the show's characters have committed.
SCIENCE
May 27, 2013 | By Deborah Netburn
As you head home from the barbecue or the beach Monday evening, take a moment for a little planet gazing. Jupiter, Mercury and Venus form a close triangle in the night sky Monday, and they shine brightly enough that even light pollution from a city like Los Angeles won't get in the way of their visibility. To find the planetary trio, wait 45 minutes after the sun has set. You will need an unobstructed view of the Western night sky. Look for the planets low in the sky, just above where the sun has set. You can find a map of where the planets will be in the sky here . PHOTOS: Awesome images from space Jupiter and Venus will be shining brightly, respectively making up the left- and right-hand points of the base of this planetary triangle.
HEALTH
April 13, 2013 | By Melinda Fulmer
If you want your legs to look good from all angles, try this challenging lower-body sculptor. Called the triangle butt lift, it's a great way to tone your legs and abdominals at the same time, says fitness instructor Cassey Ho of the popular Blogilates YouTube channel and "Pop Pilates Total Body Workout" DVD. What it does This sweeping exercise tones your glutes as well as your inner and outer thighs while engaging your transverse abdominals...
SCIENCE
December 6, 2013 | By Geoffrey Mohan
Pythagoras would be proud, 25 centuries later. A few thousand New Yorkers who are mad for math mobbed Manhattan's Flatiron Building to prove him right on a famed right triangle: [ View the story "Some squares sum squares" on Storify ]
SPORTS
May 9, 2011 | Mark Heisler
So that truck finally backed up to the loading dock in Lakerdom. In your dreams. Whatever happens won't be as dramatic as the Lakers would like, or as soon. Their future revolves around questions they couldn't answer now if a genie popped out of the water barrel and gave them three wishes. They didn't get old overnight, can't get young by fall — and trying may mean cutting off better options. This isn't a fantasy league or talk radio jocks doing their Queen-of-Hearts off-with-their-heads number, like ESPN 710's Dave Miller, bumped up to community spokesman for an appearance on the mother ship, "SportsCenter.
TRAVEL
March 10, 2013 | By Nancy Baron, Special to the Los Angeles Times
MALUKU ISLANDS, Indonesia - Perched on the edge of a skiff, I felt a trickle of sweat inch down my cheek. A heavy scuba tank pulled at my back as I adjusted my mask, feeling claustrophobic in all this gear and anxious about making this dive. How did I get here? I had come a long way to be sitting on this gunwale under a brilliant sun somewhere in Indonesia's Banda Sea: flights from Los Angeles to Bali and Flores, then motoring on calm seas past volcanic islands and coral atolls, white beaches and palm trees.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 14, 2013 | By Sheri Linden
The first words in Abbas Kiarostami's sinuous and beguiling new drama are "I'm not lying to you," and they're a lie. There'll be more equivocation and feints, more quietly disorienting shifts as the Tokyo-set story's events play out among an unlikely - and well-cast - triangle. A filmmaker long fascinated with matters of truth, fiction and identity, Kiarostami embarks on a typically indirect but never rambling path in "Like Someone in Love," crafting an elegant mystery that resonates beyond its final, jolting moment.
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