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Sierra Canyon standouts lead All-CIF basketball selections

The CIF Southern Section announced its All-CIF selections on Monday for boys and girls basketball. Sierra Canyon’s Cassius Stanley was named the Open Division player of the year, and Vanessa DeJesus of the Sierra Canyon girls team was selected as the co-player of the year with Windward’s Charisma Osborne. Selected to the All-CIF Open Division team was Scotty Pippen Jr. and KJ Martin for the boys. Ashley Chevalier was selected for the girls. BOYS Johnny Juzang from Harvard-Westlake was the only l...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, High School Sports, Providence, Burbank, Crescenta Valley, San Fernando Valley, Moorpark, Robbie Myers, Chaminade, Windward, High School Basketball, West Ranch, Harvard Westlake, Sierra Canyon

A San Fernando Valley-based scam targeted buyers of high-end autos, DA says

SAN FERNANDO – Two Los Angeles men have been charged with 40 felony grand theft auto charges stemming from an alleged San Fernando Valley-centered scam targeting buyers of high-end cars like Bentleys and Maseratis that robbed victims of nearly $4 million, L.A. County prosecutors said Monday. Arman Mave Hazarian, also known as Dean Hazarian, of Tarzana, and Afshin Hashemi, also known as Al Hashemi, of Hollywood, also face six additional felony counts of grand theft. The charges include allegation...
Tags: Hollywood, News, Sport, Soccer, Courts, California Highway Patrol, Local News, Daily News, Tarzana, San Fernando Valley, Hashemi, Automobile Insurance Fraud, Top Stories LADN, Auto-theft, SAN FERNANDO Two Los Angeles, Arman Mave Hazarian

Details for temporary homeless shelter in Wilmington set to roll out next week

After months of debate, plans for a temporary homeless shelter in Wilmington are set to be unveiled next week. But after an enthusiastic July 2018 launch of Mayor Eric Garcetti’s A Bridge Home program and with new funding in place, the city’s ambitious efforts to move the homeless off of local sidewalks has hit some snags, including rising costs and a slower pace for building permanent housing and community opposition delaying some of the proposed temporary shelter sites. Only one Bridge Home sh...
Tags: Hollywood, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Homeless, Local News, Eric Garcetti, San Pedro, Homeless Shelters, Ginsberg, Wilmington, San Fernando Valley, Sherman Oaks, Griffith Park, Olvera Street, Eubank

LA Marathon 2019: Transit suggestions for viewing the race on March 24

  Ethiopia’s Sule Gedo (in front) was the first woman to cross the finish line in Santa Monica during the 2018 Los Angeles Marathon. (Photo by Gene Blevins/LA Daily News/SCNG)   It’s Skechers LA Marathon time again, and we can help you experience the spectacle when more than 24,000 racers from all 50 states and more than 63 countries, including the elite marathoners, race on March 24. Or maybe you promised to catch a glimpse of family or friends pounding the pavement somewhere along the cou...
Tags: La, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Ethiopia, Kenya, Pasadena, Local News, Metro, West Hollywood, Santa Monica, East Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley, Union Station, Los Angeles Daily News, Dodger Stadium

Daily News high school softball rankings, March 18

The latest Daily News high school softball rankings as of March 18. DAILY NEWS TOP 10 1. Oaks Christian (8-2): Lions roar back to the top spot after claiming the Bishop Gorman Tournament in Las Vegas, going 5-0 by beating Faith Lutheran (Nev.), St. Anthony, Desert Oaks, Clovis and Aliso Niguel in what Coach Pete Ackermann called a complete “team effort.” Lions open Marmonte League play with a bang at unbeaten Newbury Park on Tuesday and Calabasas on Thursday. 2. Valencia (9-2): Nothing like an 1...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Glendale, Las Vegas, Panorama, Chatsworth, Kennedy, Valencia, High School Sports, Warriors, Louisville, San Marcos, Daily News, St Paul, Saugus

Daily News Girls Athlete of the Week: Mia Barnett, Village Christian

Daily News Girls Athlete of the Week Name: Mia Barnett School: Village Christian Sport: Track and Field Year: Sophomore Noteworthy: Barnett ran in four events in Thursday’s dual meet at Valley Christian, winning the 1600 and 3200-meter races at 5:55.14 and 13:30.80, respectively. She also finished second in the 400 meter (1:00.41) and helped the Crusaders to finish second (4:49.92) in the 4x400m relay.
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Barnett, High School Sports, Valley Christian, San Fernando Valley, Mia Barnett, Mia Barnett Village Christian, High School Track

Daily News Boys Athlete of the Week: Christian Grubb, Notre Dame

Daily News Boys Athlete of the Week Name: Christian Grubb School: Notre Dame Sherman Oaks Sport: Track and Field Year: Senior Noteworthy: Grubb showed his blazing speed with a 10.41 wind-legal 100m dash against Harvard-Westlake in a Mission League meet at Notre Dame High on Thursday. He also won the 200m race (21.20) and long jump (22’5) events.
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, High School Sports, San Fernando Valley, Grubb, Harvard Westlake, Mission League, Notre Dame High, High School Track, Daily News Boys Athlete, Christian Grubb Notre Dame, Christian Grubb School

Daily News high school baseball rankings, March 18

The latest Daily News high school baseball rankings as of March 18. DAILY NEWS TOP 10 1. Harvard-Westlake (9-1): Wolverines enjoyed a bye week and now face a struggling Alemany team this week in a three-game Mission League series. 2. Notre Dame (11-2): Notre Dame dropped a game to St. Francis last week on a walk-off walk. Knights face Loyola this week. 3. Agoura (9-4): Aaron Suval is playing just as well as any high school baseball player in Southern California. Suval is 5-0 with 52 strikeouts a...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Chargers, Birmingham, Vikings, Notre Dame, Arcadia, Valencia, High School Sports, Daily News, Simi Valley, Westlake, Wildcats, St Francis, Wolverines

Thought for the day, March 18, 2019

Chuck Berry, 1972. (Public domain photo) Chuck Berry, American singer-songwriter and guitarist “Deep down in Louisiana close to New Orleans/Way back up in the woods among the evergreens/There stood a log cabin made of earth and wood/Where lived a country boy named Johnny B. Goode/Who never learned to read or write so well/But he could play a guitar just like a-ringing a bell/Go go/Go Johnny go!/Go go Johnny go!/…Johnny B. Goode!” (1958) Oct. 18, 1926-March 18, 2017 Related Articles ...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Louisiana, Local News, Deep, Johnny, Johnny B Goode, San Fernando Valley, Thought For The Day, New Orleans Way

Charity events in the San Fernando Valley, March 18-25

  Shane’s Inspiration at Griffith Park. (Photo copyright RecWest Outdoor Products, Inc./courtesy)   Here is this week’s sampling of charities in the San Fernando Valley area that need your support through donations or volunteer work.   EVENTS   Oral health screenings for children in Burbank area: Kids’ Community Dental Clinic for Children offers children ages six-months to age 18 a free oral assessment by volunteer dental professionals, March 18-30 and April 22-27. If necessary, one free ...
Tags: Charity, Sport, Soccer, Beverly Hills, Volunteer, Stryker, Local News, Beverly Hills Hotel, Irs, Fundraiser, West Hollywood, Judy, Burbank, Sun Valley, Shane, KROQ

Community meetings in the San Fernando Valley, March 18-25

    Senior Scam Stopper lecture on March 21 at the East Valley Adult Center in Van Nuys. (Google Street View)   Community meetings bring people together for exchange of ideas and memorable shared experiences plus the potential for positive personal and community enrichment. Here are this week’s, and upcoming, get-togethers.   Reseda Neighborhood Council: 7 p.m. March 18. Reseda Neighborhood Council Community Space, 18118 Sherman Way. 818-832-7540. Canoga Park-West Hill...
Tags: Law, Sport, Soccer, Community, Book Club, Local News, Sam, Michael Lewis, National Alliance on Mental Illness, Anthony Horowitz, Ian Rankin, Moriarty, Wendy, Art Institute, Los Angeles County, Rotary Club

Thought for the Day, March 17, 2019

Binn Ghulbain (Benbulbin), County Sligo, Ireland. (Photo by Jon Sullivan/public domain) John Locke, Irish poet and short story writer “O kindly, generous Irish land/So leal and fair and loving!/No wonder the wandering Celt should think/And dream of you in his roving!…O, Ireland, up from my heart of hearts/I bid you the top o’ the mornin!” (from “The Exile’s Return,” 1877) 1847-Jan. 31. 1889 Related Articles Thought for the day, March 16, 2019 ...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Ireland, Local News, San Fernando Valley, John Locke, Thought For The Day, Jon Sullivan, Binn Ghulbain, Benbulbin County Sligo Ireland

LA Marathon 2019: street and freeway closures in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica

Click for a larger map The Skechers Performance LA Marathon is in town on March 24. Many Los Angeles area streets and freeway ramps will be closed. The race’s 26.2-mile route begins at Dodger Stadium in Elysian Park and runs through LA’s neighboring cities of West Hollywood, Beverly Hills to the finish line in Santa Monica. The course itself will be closed to the public on March 24, and street closures will begin as early as 9:30 p.m. March 23 (in Santa Monica). The marathon begins at 6:30 a.m...
Tags: Hollywood, La, Boston, Los Angeles, Roads, Sport, Traffic, Soccer, Glendale, Broadway, Beverly Hills, Local News, Pacific Coast Highway, Temple, San Pedro, Metro

Birmingham baseball feels absence of Erik Rivas, Johnny Tincher in loss to Arcadia

ARCADIA >> Arcadia sophomore first baseman Mikey Easter has an I.Q. for baseball that is well above average. A level of sophistication that continues to be noticed as he shifts his 6-foot frame around the batter’s box and turning contact into runs. Easter went 2-for-3 with a two-run RBI triple in the third inning as Arcadia earned a signature win over defending L.A. City Section champion Birmingham 4-1 in the first round of the Babe Herman Tournament Saturday night. “For me it’s just about comin...
Tags: Washington, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Birmingham, Pasadena, Chatsworth, Arcadia, High School Sports, Dorsey, Carter, Cavs, Taft, Allen, Burbank, Downey

UPS driver told to stay in truck entangled in live wires, 118 freeway SigAlert cancelled

A UPS truck got entangled with downed high voltage wires on Saturday morning, and the driver was told to stay in the truck until power was shut down, the Los Angeles Fire Department reported. Firefighters responded to the 14000 block of W. Chatsworth St. in Mission Hills where the incident occurred, said Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Brian Wall. The CHP shut down two lanes on the eastbound Ronald Reagan (118) Freeway near the scene, he said. A SigAlert was cancelled at about 11:15, accor...
Tags: News, Sport, Traffic, UPS, Soccer, Ronald Reagan, CHP, Local News, Public Safety, Phillips, Carson, San Fernando, San Fernando Valley, Hahn, Los Angeles Fire Department, Mission Hills

Thought for the day, March 16, 2019

James Madison, 1804. (Painting by Gilbert Stuart/Colonial Williamsburg Foundation/public domain) James Madison, fourth United States president “Justice is the end of Government. It is the end of civil society. It ever has been, and ever will be pursued, until it is obtained, or until liberty be lost in the pursuit.” (from “Federalist Paper,” No. 51, Feb. 1788) March 16, 1751-June 28, 1836 Related Articles Thought for the day, March 15, 2019 ...
Tags: Justice, Sport, Soccer, United States, Local News, James Madison, San Fernando Valley, Thought For The Day, Gilbert Stuart Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

Restaurants closed due to health hazards in the San Fernando Valley, Feb. 10-March 2

    Heart’s Coffee Shop on Saticoy Street, Van Nuys. (Google Street View)   Six restaurants in the San Fernando Valley area were closed between Feb. 10 to March 2. The food facilities had their health permit suspended for cockroaches, no hot water or rodents according to reports from the Los Angeles County Public Health Department. Food facilities whose permits are suspended must close until another inspection determines the problems have been fixed. Closures can occur during routine and ow...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Local News, San Fernando Valley, Top Stories LADN, Restaurant Closures, Ventura Blvd Studio City, Honolulu Ave Montrose, Morrison St Sherman Oaks Closure, Sherman Oaks restaurant Restaurants

San Fernando considers its own minimum wage law

San Fernando, population 24,000, is considering creating its own minimum-wage law, spurring concerns among business owners. The 2.4-square-mile town’s City Council passed a motion March 4, asking the city to study the feasibility of adopting a minimum-wage ordinance. During the meeting, Assistant City Attorney Richard Padilla told council members that there is no “obvious legal impediment to a general law city like San Fernando” preventing it from adopting its own minimum wage ordinance. RELATED...
Tags: Facebook, Business, News, California, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Tesla, Eu, Sport, Soccer, SEC, Volkswagen, City Council, Local News, Barber, Jc Penney

Baseball roundup: Aaron Suval leads Agoura in dominating win over Simi Valley

Aaron Suval has the Agoura baseball team rolling early. The Chargers topped Coastal Canyon League nemesis Simi Valley 9-1 Friday afternoon. Suval pitched six innings, had five strikeouts and allowed just one run. Singles by Noah Winkler, Dylan Swanson, and Nick Seyler anchored a five-run seventh inning for Agoura. Through 13 games, Suval is 5-0 with 52 strikeouts and an 1.85 ERA. He’s also been stellar from the plate – batting .400 with 14 hits, and 10 RBIs. He also has 10 stolen bases. Agoura b...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Glendale, Italia, Chargers, Panorama, Notre Dame, High School Sports, Lions, Eagles, Simi Valley, Burroughs, Cubs, St Francis, Loyola

For the third time, Schiff introduces Rim of the Valley bill to protect land in Simi Hills, Verdugo, Santa Susana and San Gabriel mountains

Maybe the third time is the charm. That could be the thinking behind U.S. Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Burbank, introducing for the third time a land preservation bill which would add more than 191,000 acres — called the Rim of the Valley Unit — to the already existing Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. On Wednesday, Schiff joined with Sens. Dianne Feinstein and Kamala Harris, both Democrats, in re-introducing into the 116th Congress the bill which failed adoption in the two previous attemp...
Tags: News, Congress, Senate, Environment, Legislation, Sport, Soccer, Glendale, Wildlife, Pasadena, Local News, Smith, Ventura County, Kamala Harris, National Park Service, Trump

PREVIEW: Christian Grubb, Deanna Nowling off to blazing starts in 2019 track and field season

The high school track and field season is well underway. The season goes into high gear April 5-6 with the prestigious Arcadia Invitational at Arcadia High and the Mt. SAC Relays at El Camino College on April 18-20. Here are four burning questions for the season: 1. What will be the main story line in the area this season? Elite speed. It has always been a calling card for the area, but this season will feature two of the fastest runners in the state in seniors Christian Grubb of Notre Dame and ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, High School Sports, Daily News, Coyotes, Simi Valley, Molina, St Francis, Lyons, San Fernando Valley, El Camino College, Calabasas, Chaminade, Golden Valley, Buchanan High School

Morales: 25 memories from 25 years on boxing beat

Twenty-five years. That’s how long this column has been alive, as of March 7. It seems only right I should come up with 25 memories. Although the first is No. 1, the rest just fall in as I recall them. These are not all pleasant. 1) The greatest fight I’ve covered was the first ring war between Diego Corrales and Jose Luis Castillo on May 7, 2005 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Corrales was decked twice in the 10th round of an all-out slug-fest and appeared done. Corrales somehow rose both times –...
Tags: Israel, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Franco, Manny Pacquiao, Las Vegas, Nicole Brown Simpson, Staples Center, Ricky Hatton, MGM, Juan Manuel Márquez, Trinidad, WBC, Shawn Porter, Tony

Religion events in the San Fernando Valley area, March 16-23

    A musical Sephardic Shabbat on March 22 at Valley Beth Shalom. (File photo by Dean Musgrove/Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)   Find a spiritual experience this week at religious centers in the San Fernando Valley area. Here is a sampling of this week’s services and special events.   When Bushes Don’t Burn: Pastor Jim Bell delivers the message, part of a sermon series “Exodus: The God of Power and Truth,” 6 p.m. March 16. West Valley Christian Church, 22450 Sherman Way, West Hills. 818-884-6...
Tags: Religion, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Beverly Hills, John, Local News, Anne Frank, Valley, Luke, Esther, Peralta, Newport Beach, San Fernando Valley, Anaheim Convention Center, John O Brien

Garden events in the San Fernando Valley, March 15-22

  Ipomoea alba (Photo by Ed!/Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported)   Here is a sampling of upcoming garden classes, lectures and events in the San Fernando Valley and greater Los Angeles area.   MARCH 15   Tomatomania! at Tapia Brothers: Tomato seedlings, almost 300 varieties, for sale, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. today, and also March 16-17. Check website for daily lectures on growing tomatoes. 5251 Hayvenhurst Ave., Encino. 818-905-6155. Santa Barbara Internationa...
Tags: Gardening, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Pasadena, Local News, Santa Barbara, Southern California, Busch Gardens, San Fernando Valley, Descanso Gardens, Pacific Palisades, Glendale Ave, Adolphus, Adamson House

Thought for the day, March 15, 2019

William Shakespeare (Public domain photo) William Shakespeare, English playwright, poet and actor Caesar: “Who is it in the press that calls on me? I hear a tongue, shriller than all the music, cry ‘Caesar!’ Speak, Caesar is turn’d to hear.” Soothsayer: “Beware the ides of March.” (from “Julius Casar”) April 1564-April 23, 1616 Related Articles Thought for the day, March 14, 2019 Thought for the day, March 13, 2019 ...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, William Shakespeare, Local News, Caesar, San Fernando Valley, Thought For The Day, Julius Casar

Things to do in the San Fernando Valley, LA area, March 15-22

  Meow Meow and Thomas Lauderdale perform on March 21 at the Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever. (Courtesy photo by Preston Thalindroma)   There’s always something fascinating to do in the San Fernando Valley and greater Los Angeles area. Here is a sampling of entertainments this week and also save-the-date events to put on your calendar.   EVENTS   Pioneer Cemetery tours: San Fernando Valley Historical Society docents discuss the property, the second oldest cemetery in the San Fernando V...
Tags: Books, Events, Local News, Movies + TV, Music + Concerts, Theater, Things to Do, Art, Comedy, Dance, Museum, Music, San Fernando Valley, Top Stories LADN

Here is how some in the San Fernando Valley celebrated Pi Day

Sure, Pi Day may be all about a particular mathematics ratio. But for many San Fernando Valley residents, Thursday, March 14 — also known as “3.14” — was simply a great day to dig in to a slice of pie. Or a few. The Four ‘n 20 restaurants were among the eateries who rolled out the crust and poured in the filling on Thursday. Owner David Burkin said his two restaurants made more than 400 pies for the event. Four ‘n 20 shows off some of the many pies that are to be made Thursday during Nationa...
Tags: Business, News, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Four, San Fernando Valley, Gene Blevins, David Burkin, L R Four, Sabino Betancourt

In wake of Newport swastika party, Valley high schoolers listen to local Holocaust survivors at Jewish Home of the Aging

Holocaust survivor Zoya Moyal shakes 15-year-old Austin Janda’s hand as sophomores from Crespi Carmelite High School hear Holocaust survivors’ stories at the Los Angeles Jewish Home during a dialogue on anti-Semitism at the Reseda home on Thursday, March 14, 2019. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG) Crespi Carmelite High School students visit with Holocaust survivors at the Los Angeles Jewish Home to hear their stories and have a dialogue on anti-Semitism at the Reseda home ...
Tags: News, Germany, Israel, Los Angeles, Sport, Cyprus, Ukraine, Soccer, Holocaust, Poland, John, Local-news, Orange County, Cadillac, Valley, Newport

Metro to host two community meetings to discuss Orange Line improvements

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority will host two open houses this month to discuss its findings on the Orange Line bus rapid transit improvements project, which is expected to speed up buses and beef up safety along the popular 18-mile route. Currently, it takes about an hour to travel along the Orange Line from North Hollywood to Chatsworth, Metro officials said. The project aims to make the trip faster and safer by installing up to 35 railroad-style crossing gates, which would require v...
Tags: Transportation, News, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Metro, Valley, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, San Fernando Valley, Van Nuys, North Hollywood, Westfield Topanga, Orange Line, Canoga Park

After 25 years, Cafe Bizou is closing its Sherman Oaks restaurant

After 25 years, Cafe Bizou is saying goodbye to Sherman Oaks. The popular French bistro at 14016 Ventura Boulevard announced it would close Sunday, March 31 in a message posted at its website and Facebook page. “It was not a sudden decision, but the conclusion of an amazing chapter,” the message began. Sherman Oaks has been home to Cafe Bizou since 1994. Over the years, additional locations have popped up in Santa Monica (sold), Pasadena (closed) and more recently Agoura Hills, which opened at 3...
Tags: Facebook, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Guy Fieri, San Fernando Valley, Sherman Oaks, Ventura Boulevard, Agoura Hills, Top Stories LADN, Restaurant Reviews + Food, Restaurant Closures, Canwood Street, Cafe Bizou, Santa Monica sold Pasadena, Philippe Gris

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