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- Abraham 'Chamaco' Lopez: LA Fight Club Main Attraction For August 6th.
published on Mon, 03 Aug 2015 02:53:38 GMT
Last May, Lopez landed a crippling left hook to the body of Alfred Tetteh in the 5th round that brought his KO record to 13. Lopez used his jab, plenty of combinations, and moved well around the ring by staying on his toes. "Chamaco" was agile and economical; efficiently landing, keeping his opponent guessing....
- USC could be crunching numbers, again, for 2016 recruiting class
published on Thu, 23 Jul 2015 18:31:00 GMT
Six months remain until players in the 2016 recruiting class can sign a letter of intent, and USC has only five scholarships to award. There are still several position needs to fill - tight end, running back, defensive lineman and defensive back - and there also are several top prospects available from whom USC must accept commitments, including La Puente Bishop Amat receiver Tyler Vaughns....
- How Los Angeles is putting 20,000 young people to work this summer
published on Tue, 14 Jul 2015 04:18:27 GMT
Bryce Alonso is working at Santa Clarita Fire Station #126 this summer thanks to a LA county and LA City summer jobs program called Hire LA. Santa Clarita, CA 7/10/2015 Bryce Alonso's first day at his job at Fire Station No....
- Serra's Oluwole Betiku is among football players pursued by USC, UCLA
published on Tue, 14 Jul 2015 01:01:00 GMT
Many of the nation's best high school senior football players were showcased last week at the Opening,a five-day summer showcase on the Nike campus in Beaverton, Ore. The 166 players chosen to perform earned invitations based on their performances at regional camps during the spring....
- Why company towns like Industry are bad for people: Guest commentary
published on Fri, 10 Jul 2015 04:48:07 GMT
Properties owned by the City of Industry, Calif., including these nine Nelson Avenue residences that face La Puente High School and are adjacent to the Industry civic center, are part of a SGVN investigation along with former mayor David Perez´s companies in the city of Industry, surrounding cities and unincorporated areas pictured May 4, 2015. The State Controller´s Office has begun probing the city´s finances also....
- Essential Arts and Culture: A Hallelujah chorus, a nun's story and energy unleashed
published on Sun, 28 Jun 2015 07:05:00 GMT
'm Kelly Scott , the arts and culture editor of the L.A. Times, and we begin with the story that ended an eventful week across the country, one that the arts community wasn't alone in celebrating. "Hallelujah," actress Audra McDonald said....