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Muralist revitalizes Danny Trejo’s intense, tough-guy gaze on Pacoima wall

PACOIMA >> It’s Van Nuys Boulevard. There’s the auto insurance business, the trailer-rental lot, the travel agency, the restaurant — and Danny Trejo’s eyes. Juan Hector Ponce and muralist Levi Ponce, celebrate restoring the iconic Danny Trejo mural in Pacoima on Tuesday, March 30, 2021. (Photo by Dean Musgrove, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Muralist Levi Ponce works on restoring his iconic Danny Trejo mural in Pacoima on Monday, March 29, 2021. (Photo by Dean Musgrove, Los Angeles Daily N...
Tags: Art, Business, News, California, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Culture, Things To Do, Soccer, Local News, Southern California, Nipsey Hussle, Ponce, Trejo, San Fernando Valley


‘My angel;’ a father remembers his boy, slain in Orange shooting spree

The last thing Rafael Farias remembers hearing from his son, Matthew, were the words the little boy told him every day: “I love you, Daddy.” Hours later, on Wednesday, March 31, a gunman locked down an office complex in Orange and shot and killed four people, including Matthew. “He was my angel,” said Rafael Farias, of Santa Ana. “He was my engine to keep me moving. Everything in my life was for him.” Rafael Farias, the father of 9-year-old Matthew Farias, called his son an “angel” and said ...
Tags: News, Sport, Soccer, Orange, Matthew, Gonzalez, Santa Ana, Ramirez, Rafael, Farias, Orange Police Department, Matthew He, Tamayo, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE


Lakers turn back to Marc Gasol with Andre Drummond injured

As he had been for 38 of his 39 previous games this season, Marc Gasol was introduced as part of the starting lineup again for the Lakers on Friday night in Sacramento. His return there, however, was a little unexpected this soon – at least before two nights ago. Gasol, 36, got the starting nod again after recently signed Andre Drummond stayed back in L.A. after losing the nail off his right big toe. The Lakers didn’t want a plane ride to skew his recovery timeline, and they’re still hoping he m...
Tags: Sports, Sacramento, Sport, Soccer, Kings, Nba, Lakers, Andre Drummond, The Lakers, Clippers, Drummond, Matthews, Rudy Gobert, Marc Gasol, Gasol, Vogel


Ted Cruz, Mike Lee call for revoking MLB’s antitrust status after All-Star Game pulled from Georgia

Major League Baseball should lose its decades-old antitrust exemption, two Republican U.S. senators said Friday night.
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Sheldon Keefe Post Game, Leafs 2 vs. Jets 1 (SO): “Campbell was there on all the breakdowns we had today, which I thought we had too many of”

Sheldon Keefe addressed the media after his team’s 2-1 shootout victory over the Winnipeg Jets that increased the Leafs’ North Division lead to four points. On the missed call on the cross-check on Auston Matthews late in overtime: I missed it, but there was a lot of frustration on the bench from the guys who […] The post Sheldon Keefe Post Game, Leafs 2 vs. Jets 1 (SO): “Campbell was there on all the breakdowns we had today, which I thought we had too many of” appeared first on Maple Leafs Hots...
Tags: Sport, Auston Matthews, Campbell, Winnipeg Jets, Sheldon Keefe, Leafs News, Sheldon Keefe Post Game Leafs, Leafs North Division


Trump calls for MLB boycott, warns ‘woke’ corporations after All-Star Game pullout

Former President Donald Trump fired a high, hard fastball at Major League Baseball on Friday night, urging fans to boycott the "national...
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UCLA gymnastics advances to regional final with 2nd-place showing

For most of this season, UCLA gymnast Norah Flatley considered herself the “designated hype woman,” and she puts it. Sidelined with injury, she took it upon herself to take the place of the thousands of fans that couldn’t fill arenas due to COVID-19 protocols. On Friday, Flatley was still a hype woman, but in a different way. She competed on the balance beam for the first time all season and tied for first place in Session 2 of the NCAA Regionals in Morgantown, West Virginia. “I’ve trained my wh...
Tags: Sports, West Virginia, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Ncaa, Michigan, Ucla, Bruins, Kent State, Morgantown West Virginia, Frazier, Chris Waller, Flatley, NCAA Regionals, Nia Dennis


GolfBlogger’s North Carolina Golf Trip: Tobacco Road

The post GolfBlogger’s North Carolina Golf Trip: Tobacco Road appeared first on GolfBlogger Golf Blog. GolfBlogger’s North Carolina Golf Trip: Tobacco Road For the finale of my North Carolina Golf ... Read more. The post GolfBlogger’s North Carolina Golf Trip: Tobacco Road appeared first on GolfBlogger Golf Blog - A daily golf blog featuring golf news, golf course, equipment and book reviews, essays, golf lifestyle and musings. Proudly Made In Michigan, America's Summer Golf Capital
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Trump calls for boycott of MLB for moving All-Star Game

Former President Trump called for a boycott of Major League Baseball after it decided to move its All-Star Game out of Georgia in...
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Game 38: Leafs 2 Jets 1 in SO post-game recap

Post-game recap and interviews with Jets players as well as from Coach Maurice. The post Game 38: Leafs 2 Jets 1 in SO post-game recap first appeared on Illegal Curve Hockey.
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Easter services in the San Fernando Valley area, April 4

Here is a sampling of Easter services in-person/online on April 4 in the San Fernando Valley area. Easter with Revive LA: The Rev. Joe Ramirez delivers the message “He Is Risen” at a sunrise service, 6:30 a.m. (Will Rogers State Beach, 17000 Pacific Coast Highway, near the intersection of Temescal Canyon Road, Pacific Palisades; bit.ly/3wjC0fO). The church holds a second Easter service outdoors at their church, 11:15 a.m. (15905 Sunset Blvd., Pacific Palisades; limited seating; or watch online: ...
Tags: Facebook, Religion, Sport, Fbi, Soccer, United States, John, Local News, Pacific Coast Highway, Easter, Matthew, Southern California, Porter Ranch, Luke, Sun Valley, Bethel


L.A. County hospitalizations dip below 600 for first time since early days of pandemic

Offering increasing evidence that the pandemic is loosening its grip on the region, Los Angeles County dipped below 600 coronavirus-related hospitalizations for the first time since March 2020, state public health officials announced Friday, April 2. According to the California COVID-19 dashboard, which generally updates a day earlier than the county’s metrics, 596 people with COVID-19 were hospitalized as of Thursday, 159 of them in intensive care. Meanwhile, county officials said they would re...
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Here’s a look at egg production in the U.S. and other egg facts

Being a good egg It’s Easter Sunday on April 4, and even if the bunny does not bring any eggs for you, we are going to roll out a few egg-centric facts. U.S. of EggAccording to the United Egg Producers of America, annual per capita consumption of eggs has increased 15% in the past 20 years. In 2020, per capita consumption was 286 eggs a year, slightly less than 2019 due to decreased production due to COVID-19 related issues. Housing environmentsAccording to the United Egg Producers, the number o...
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Pakistan overcome the panic: 'We thought we'd entertain people a little'

Imam-ul-Haq was frustrated at not being able to see the chase home, but they got there in the end
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Upland author revises popular San Gabriel Mountains hiking guide

When David Harris hoofed the trails of almost every known hike within the vast San Gabriel Mountains, he was literally walking in the footsteps of a legend. The painstaking effort lasting from about 2017-2020 paid off when Harris’ update of the popular John W. Robinson book, “Trails of the Angeles: 100 Hikes in the San Gabriel Mountains,” was released in March by Wilderness Press as the 10th edition of what some call the hiking bible for Los Angeles-area mountains. The well-known “Trails of th...
Tags: Books, News, California, La, Environment, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, John Muir, West Coast, Pasadena, Northwest, Southern California, HARRIS, Santa Clarita


Angels’ Ty Buttrey on restricted list after choosing not to report to alternate site

ANAHEIM — Ty Buttrey decided not to report to the Angels’ alternate site, instead choosing to “walk away from the game for right now,” according to Manager Joe Maddon. The right-hander was placed on the restricted list, and Maddon said he doesn’t know if or when Buttrey will choose to return to the game. If he does choose to return, Maddon said it would be an organizational decision what to do. “Of course you would be there for the player,” Maddon said. “It comes back to his decision and what he...
Tags: Angels, Sports, Atlanta, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, Watson, Los Angeles Angels, Philadelphia Phillies, Phillies, Upton, Anaheim, Justin Upton, Joe Maddon, Maddon, Tony Watson


Alexander: Has Gonzaga been insulated from the pressure?

Most coaches abhor what they consider distractions, those vague, murky factors that get in the way of focus and concentration. But this year, in these circumstances? Gonzaga’s Mark Few almost considers some of them a blessing. “Much to my chagrin, and I hate to admit this, but the fact that (his players) are always messing around on their phones and playing video games, I think it’s insulated them from a lot of stuff that’s going out there, being talked about,” he said. “It might be the one inst...
Tags: Sports, West Virginia, Sport, Indiana, Indianapolis, Soccer, Spurs, College sports, Ncaa, Philadelphia, Associated Press, North Carolina, BYU, Usc, Ucla, Ncaa Tournament


Lakers, Clippers, Kings, Ducks set to welcome fans back to the great indoors

California’s move Friday to allow fans at indoor sporting events starting April 15 means a still-to-be-determined number of spectators will be granted access to Staples Center and Honda Center to cheer the Lakers, Clippers, Kings and Ducks in person for the first time since the pandemic shutdown more than one year ago. It’ll be just in time for some fans to watch the Lakers play host to the rival Boston Celtics on April 15. The Ducks will host the Vegas Golden Knights the next night. The Clipper...
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No Need To Draft Harris, The Dolphins Have Gaskin

The Miami Dolphins picked up Myles Gaskin in the seventh round of the 2019 NFL Draft, 234th overall. Not a lot was expected from the running back, but after an impressive 2020, what can we expect from Gaskin in 2021? Fighting Off Competitio
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MLB All-Star Game Yanked From Georgia Over Voting Law

Major League Baseball has rescinded its decision to have Atlanta host this summer's All-Star Game.
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Bob Baffert, with Medina Spirit favored in Santa Anita Derby, nearing milestones

Not only does Bob Baffert keep churning out Santa Anita and Kentucky Derby winners at a record pace, but he’s catching up to two other Hall of Fame trainers in a couple more key categories. Baffert will try to add to his record nine Santa Anita Derby victories Saturday when he sends out 5-2 morning-line favorite Medina Spirit and 8-1 outsider Defunded in the 1 1/8-mile race that serves as the West Coast’s major steppingstone to the Kentucky Derby. In addition, a victory in the 84th running of th...
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Kyle Dubas on the possibility of moving a top prospect before the trade deadline: “If we are going to move one of the higher-end guys, I would say it would need to be an extremely significant deal… We are not opposed to it”

Kyle Dubas joined James Duthie on the TSN pre-game show to discuss three of the Leafs’ top prospects — Rasmus Sandin, Nick Robertson, and Nick Abruzzese — and the likelihood they could move a high-end prospect in order to improve the current roster before the trade deadline. What do you expect Rasmus Sandin and Nick […] The post Kyle Dubas on the possibility of moving a top prospect before the trade deadline: “If we are going to move one of the higher-end guys, I would say it would need to be an...
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Wilmington leaders, residents say Port of LA industry impacts need to be better addressed

On Sanford Avenue the view for residents is cargo containers stacked high, in Wilmington on Friday, April 2, 2021. Wilmington residents this week asked Port of Los Angeles officials to reinstate the Port Community Advisory Committee which was disbanded in 2013 — or a similar citizens’ advisory panel — to address some of the community’s issues. (Photo by Brittany Murray, Press-Telegram/SCNG) On Sandison Street the view for residents running about 10 blocks is cargo containers in Wilmington on ...
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Headed to Convention Center for vaccine shot? Here’s some advice

There’s never traffic backups in the protected bike lane on NE 1st next to the Convention Center!(Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) With vaccine eligibility ramping up again today, lots of folks will be headed to the Oregon Convention Center next week to get the shot. We’ve heard a few questions from readers wondering about bike parking and routes to get there. The Convention Center is very centrally located, but it’s bordered by freeways and a major arterial. As such, it’s not the easiest pla...
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Christians energized by in-person Southern California gatherings for Easter

Cynthia Wagner gets emotional talking about her church’s plans for Easter Sunday this year. “I’m going to cry,” said the operations manager for West Valley Christian Church in West Hills. Easter in 2020, Wagner said, was “a rocking-our-world kind of shock” for her tight-knit church members who, because of coronavirus-related lockdowns, were faced with the possibility of not being able to see each other, worship together and hug each other on one of the most important days for Christians. But thi...
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Coronavirus: Hospitalizations in L.A. County down 93% with 692 new cases and 74 new deaths reported, April 2

Los Angeles public health officials reported 692 new cases of the coronavirus, bringing the total number of cases to 1,220,849 as of Friday, April 2. Officials said there were 74 new deaths linked to the coronavirus, for a total 23,235 deaths since tracking began. A total of 4,655,105 vaccinations have been administered in the county as of Thursday. There were 18 fewer hospitalizations reported since Friday, lowering the official count of hospitalizations to 634. That’s a 92.9% decrease of hospi...
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OCDA Spitzer heeds warnings from Seal Beach mass killing as he considers death penalty in Orange shooting

Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer stood before news cameras after four people died in a violent rampage this week in Orange and harkened back nearly 10 years ago to a massacre that left eight people dead in Seal Beach. Spitzer told reporters he would not make the same mistakes as his predecessor, Tony Rackauckas, who tearfully promised just two days after the killings to deliver the death penalty against the Seal Beach shooter – and then failed spectacularly after cutting corners in t...
Tags: Crime, News, Sport, Soccer, Orange County, Orange, Cal State Fullerton, Public Safety, Superior Court, Gonzalez, Spitzer, Chapman University, Tony Rackauckas, Erwin Chemerinsky, Seal Beach, Rosenthal


Houston police investigating NFL quarterback Deshaun Watson

The football player is facing lawsuits from 21 women alleging sexual misconduct.
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LA County’s evolving vaccine landscape: Racing to herd immunity before variants can take hold

More than 4 million doses of coronavirus vaccine have now been injected into the arms of people who live and work in Los Angeles County with more than 1.4 million now fully vaccinated. As a study this week showed, even one dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine provides significant protection. The county was now vaccinating on average 80,000 people per day, putting it on track to achieve about 75% immunity by the end of June, officials said Friday. As of a week ago, March 27, 68% of those 65 and ...
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How much longer can you ski, snowboard or sled at local resorts?

The weather is warming and snow season is coming to a close. But just how much longer do you have for a quick getaway up to the slopes at local mountain resorts? Big Bear Resort, which includes both Bear Mountain and Snow Summit, announced on Friday, April 2, that the end of the season is near, with closing day scheduled for April 11. RELATED: Ideas for hanging out closer to home over spring break According to the resort, the mountains were open for 140 days, with 139 inches of snowfall, includi...
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