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January 15, 2010 | By Diane Pucin
NBC released its Winter Olympics schedule Thursday and there's an innocuous little line under each night of prime-time coverage -- 7:30 ET/PT. That line makes a lot of us PT viewers/Olympic addicts want to throw stuff or figure out how to take a three-week road trip to ET or hang out at the border and pull in the Canadian feed to see sports the way they're meant to be seen: Live. It was reported earlier this week that NBC expects to lose $200 million with its Olympics coverage.
October 30, 2013 | By Tony Barboza
Scientists spent years mapping where top ocean predators gather to feed in large numbers along the West Coast in an attempt to better understand the threats they face from humans. Using electronic tags, researchers tracked the movements of whales, sea lions, sea turtles and other species to find where they overlap most with two dozen man-made pressures, including warming and acidifying waters, fishing, pollution and shipping. The good news? Many of the predators' most threatened hangouts, they found, are already in marine sanctuaries, notably the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary that stretches along the Central California coast from San Francisco to Cambria.
January 6, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
West Coast horses and their connections dominated thoroughbred racing's Eclipse Awards today, with Lady's Secret, a diminutive gray daughter of Secretariat and odds-on favorite for Horse of the Year, named on all ballots as older filly or mare champion for 1986. Her trainer, D. Wayne Lukas, and owners, Eugene and Joyce Klein, won their second straight awards. Klein once owned the San Diego Chargers.
October 28, 2001 | BIANCA PERLMAN
Potluck dishes, warm beer and venues such as a downtown alley haven't exactly landed L.A.'s fashion shows on the map with their more established counterparts in Milan, Paris and New York. But this year could be different. Recent issues of Vogue, W and InStyle have found the fashion-forward turning westward for inspiration. Indie L.A.
February 27, 1995
If the agreement holds and its principle elements are in fact observed, the trade agreement reached by the United States and China Sunday could prove a significant boost not only to the two nations' bilateral political relationship but to the economies of both. China is fast becoming a world economic player whose progress has been driven not by discredited communist economic theories but by newly developed entrepreneurship and growing export power from within China itself.
August 22, 1987 | DAN SULLIVAN, Times Theater Critic
The Broadway season has opened with a California import, "Sherlock's Last Case. " First performed by the Los Angeles Actors' Theatre in '84, the version at the Nederlander Theatre stars Frank Langella as Sherlock Holmes. Two of the three New York papers that decide a play's fate liked Charles Marowitz's revisionist approach to Holmes and Dr. Watson. One--the New York Times--hated it.
July 3, 2013 | By Mark Swed, Music Critic
SANTA BARBARA - Feted by the New York Philharmonic, prominent at the hotshot Salzburg and Lucerne summer festivals and about to become the next music director of the celebrated Ensemble Intercontemporain in Paris, the 42-year-old German conductor and composer Matthias Pintscher made his West Coast debut Monday night. It was through the back door. But you couldn't have asked for a nicer, or worthier, back door. Pintscher conducted this year's new crop of Music Academy of the West fellows in the 350-seat Hahn Hall, overlooking a stunning stretch of Montecito coastline.
December 12, 1985
Simon Gray's comedy "The Common Pursuit" makes its West Coast premiere at the Matrix Theatre, beginning with previews on Jan. 16 and opening Feb. 1 for a limited run. Gray will be playwright-in-residence for the Actors for Themselves production, which will feature Wayne Alexander, Bart Braverman, Clancy Brown, John de Lancie, Judy Geeson and Christopher Neame, Kristoffer Siegel-Tabori will direct.
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