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August 15, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
 Billy Preston, a 6-foot-8 incoming freshman who played all summer with Santa Ana Mater Dei, has enrolled at St. John Bosco, according to OCVarsity.com. He'd join senior Daniel Hamilton and junior Tyler Dorsey to give the Braves an imposing trio. West Hills Chaminade has also added several transfers, so the battle continues to strengthen teams as school begins. Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com  
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ENTERTAINMENT
July 25, 2013 | By Gerrick D. Kennedy, This post has been updated. See note below
When VH1 announced plans for a biopic on groundbreaking R&B/hip-hop/pop trio TLC, there were plenty of questions. Who would play the pop trio known for its brazen anthems? How much of their fiery interpersonal drama would be documented? Would the band's surviving members play a role? Actress-singer Drew Sidora, rapper Lil Mama and Keke Palmer channel T-Boz, the late Left Eye and Chilli, respectively, to near-perfection for the film that traces their rise to fame -- and of course their struggles.
SPORTS
July 18, 2013 | By Bill Dwyre
GULLANE, Scotland - The three senior musketeers of professional golf walked the links of Muirfield in the British Open on Thursday with pride, few regrets and less-than-great results. Was this golf or nostalgia? Does it matter? Tom Watson, Nick Faldo and Fred Couples teed it up at 9 a.m. in Scotland, on a day on which the weather resembled Palm Springs in March. The knowledgeable and appreciative Scottish fans surrounded the first tee in a show of respect. These three totaled 172 years on Earth, eight British Open titles and 15 major titles in all. Watson, 63, with five British titles, two Masters and one U.S. Open, could play here because he finished second in his stunning, near storybook run in 2009, when Stewart Cink beat him in a playoff.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 15, 2013 | By Robert Lloyd, Los Angeles Times Television Critic
In the sweet, heartbreaking and highly accomplished "Only the Young," premiering Monday as part of the PBS documentary series "POV," twentysomething Cal Arts alumni Jason Tippet and Elizabeth Mims return to the Santa Clarita Valley to make a film about teenagers in a distressed place and time -- and the pockets of beauty and relief they find there. The trio of Kevin, Garrison and Skye are their intertwined subjects, skateboarding, punk-rock churchgoers in Black Flag and Minor Threat T-shirts.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 29, 2013 | By Reed Johnson
Saturday night at the Hollywood Bowl, the female ensemble Trio Ellas will be among the top-billed acts at Mariachi USA Festival, a glittering annual showcase of charro-suited talent. It'll make a nice change of pace for the three young Mexican American women: guitarist Stephanie Amaro, violinist Suemy Gonzalez and Nelly Cortez, who plays the formidable, wide-bodied guitarrón. Although last year Trio Ellas earned a Latin Grammy nomination for ranchera album for its debut release, "Con Ustedes" (With You)
ENTERTAINMENT
June 7, 2013 | By Mark Swed, Los Angeles Times Music Critic
OJAI - It can't, of course, be helped, but after a hundred years, "The Rite of Spring" has inevitably lost its sting. "Le Sacre du Printemps" supposedly caused a riot at its Paris premiere May 22, 1913, although the police files are lost and musicologists now question whether a noisy incident was as fraught as history would have us think. Today, Stravinsky's ballet is big box office for orchestras and dance companies everywhere. The "Sacre" centenary is also being celebrated with festivals, symposia, radio station marathons, new recordings and reissues of dozens of historic ones.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 27, 2013 | By Mark Swed, Los Angeles Times Music Critic
Among the exceptional accomplishments of Mieczyslaw Horszowski, the Polish pianist who died in Philadelphia in 1993 one month before his 101st birthday, was marrying at 89, performing into his late 90s and teaching until the last week of his life. His students include such probing pianists as Murray Perahia, Richard Goode and Peter Serkin. In those final recitals, a revelatory Horszowski summoned, with fingers that preserved an incomparable historical memory, long-dead voices from another era. The Horszowski Trio, which made its Los Angeles debut Friday night at the gilded Doheny Mansion at Mount St. Mary's College to close the Da Camera Society season, has thus chosen surprising footsteps to follow.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 16, 2013 | By Amy Nicholson
In "Black Rock," a female-fueled thriller, Sarah (Kate Bosworth) wants to make amends with two childhood friends by pitching a tent with them on a small Maine island where the three women once camped as kids. "We are all dying," Sarah tells Lou (Lake Bell) and Abby (Katie Aselton), and she's right: Life is short, and it's about to get shorter. After a trio of dishonorably discharged vets crashes the women's campfire and a drunken hookup goes deathly awry, it's girls-versus-boys to see which gender will survive.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 16, 2013 | By Randy Lewis
Was there just a momentary reality check for English guitar hero, singer and songwriter Richard Thompson when he learned this week that he's in the running for two major awards from the Americana Music Assn.? Is that tantamount to Jimi Hendrix being saluted at the Brit Awards? “I'm very honored to be considered for an Americana award, even if I demonstrably don't play an American style of music,” Thompson tells Pop & Hiss by e-mail while he's on tour with his electric trio, which plays the Ford Amphitheatre in Hollywood on Friday night . He's nominated as artist of the year, in a category with Dwight Yoakam, Emmylou Harris and Buddy Miller, and song of the year for “Good Things Happen to Bad People.” “I think Americana really just means roots music, and perhaps by including people like me they are trying to widen the boundaries of the genre,” said Thompson, who as a founding member of '60s folk-rock group Fairport Convention helped revive interest in traditional British folk music the waythe Weavers, Pete Seeger, Peter, Paul & Mary and others did for American folk music in the 1950s and '60s . “In another era, perhaps they would have honored Bob Marley or Fela Kuti.” PHOTOS: Iconic rock guitars and their owners In fact, the borders for the AMA's nominations have never been strictly bound by geography.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 14, 2013 | By Chris Barton
Los Angeles can be tough on newcomers, particularly among musicians. A key figure in the fertile Chicago jazz scene and member of the groundbreaking indie band Tortoise, guitarist Jeff Parker is midway through a relocation to L.A. that has found him straddling two cities during the last few months. Though Parker never wanted for gigs in a city that found him collaborating with musicians who included the late saxophonist Fred Anderson, vibraphonist Jason Adasiewicz and flutist Nicole Mitchell, Los Angeles has proved to be a bit of a challenge so far. "There's so many great musicians out here, man....
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