Archive for September, 2009

San Fernando Valley

Register Now! Register now for 5-man all-passing flag football leagues in the San Fernando Valley, So. Pasadena, Van Nuys/Balboa Lake and also Santa Fe Springs. Evening and weekend leagues begin this month. Inter-league playoffs with neighboring counties. Must be eighteen years or older to play. **Referees needed. Call (877) 846-3178 or visit www.TopGunFlagFootball.com for more […]

Toluca Lake

Toluca Lake

Tom LaBonge News Over the weekend, Tom kicked off the one-mile and 5K Miracle Mile Grand Prix run at the TarFest—the weekend art, film and music festival in the Miracle Mile. This lively event showcased emerging artists, and it is quickly becoming a Los Angeles institution. On Tuesday, September 29 in North Hollywood Park, Tom […]

Chargers Look Sluggish In 23-13 Win

Chargers Look Sluggish In 23-13 Win

Many consider San Diego an elite NFL team that’s talented enough to qualify for the Super Bowl. But if the Chargers are to be the AFC representative, they’ll need to play better than they did last Sunday afternoon. Despite the 23-13 victory over the Miami Dolphins at Qualcomm Stadium, the game wasn’t put away until […]

NFL REPORT

Times are changing in the ranks of NFL head coaches. A group of young coaches from top to bottom are a part of the league, and owners and general managers aren’t shy about hiring them. Although Lane Kiffin didn’t work out (he was 31 when hired as the youngest coach in Oakland Raiders history in […]

San Marino Simply Too Good

San Marino High’s football team came calling against Hoover last Friday night, and remained undefeated after the 40-7 nonleague thrashing. Using the run and pass effectively, the Titans finished with 168 yards on the ground, as running back Ben Harwich tallied two scores in the opening half, and Benny Hung added a solo touchdown. Quarterback […]

WBC Belt Still Tight After Ten

WBC Belt Still Tight After Ten

By Mark Felicetti Staples Center was filled with celebrities for the Klitschko vs. Arreola fight on Saturday night. Kobe Bryant, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger… I didn’t want to talk to him. Pete Rose, Mike Tyson, Oscar De La Hoya and the Budweiser Girls… I did want to talk to them. Some habits die hard. I […]

09-30-09

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Sterling Studio: An Acting Sanctum for Young Performers

Sterling Studio: An Acting Sanctum for Young Performers

“Zen in the art of acting combined with a little basketball. That’s how I can define what we do,” explains Constance Tillotson, founder of Sterling Studio, an acting school in Los Angeles. Since starting Sterling Studio four years ago, Tillotson has been an innovative mentor to many young actors inspiring them to delve within and […]

Tradition of Excellence Updated for Today

Tradition of Excellence Updated for Today

The Buckley School is a unique K-12 independent school. We are small by design with 770 students across 13 grades, which creates a warm and meaningful learning experience. Our curriculum is guided by a time-proven core philosophy, yet is highly adaptable to new and effective learning methodologies. We incorporate a developmental approach to our Lower […]

Airport Security–Eight Years Later

Having just passed the eight year mark since the U.S. was attacked by Islamic terrorists, I thought it might be fun to review how far the airlines have come in their increased security measures. After all, eight years should be plenty of time to develop a workable plan of action to protect air travelers from […]