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Staff reporterGayle Anderson was live in Anaheim with a preview of D1 Grand Prix Drifting Race at the Angel Stadium of Anaheim. This is the first drifting race of the series, which has not been in the U.S. in more than four years. D1 Grand Prix Drifting Races Angel...
Monte Hale, one of the last of Hollywood's celluloid "singing cowboys" and a founder of what is now the Autry National Center of the American West, has died. He was 89. Hale had been in failing health and died Sunday of age-related causes at his home...
Special to The TimesHERE IN the high desert north of Palm Springs, the tranquillity may be inspirational, but the elements can be harsh. Coping with 100-plus heat one month, flurries of snow in another can prove tough for residents in the cramped, wooden homes typical of the...
Times Staff WriterITS low-slung frame sprawled across plains and valleys of a more open landscape. The single-story footprint didn't boast, or point skyward like the self-assured colonial or Victorian. It offered a comfortable relationship with the climate and...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterEddy Arnold, the most successful country hit maker of all time, who played a crucial role in transforming what had long been considered "hillbilly music" from a rural phenomenon into music with broad-based national appeal, died Thursday. He was 89, a week...
Special to The TimesBear Family Records' remarkable new release, "Let Me Be Your Sidetrack: The Influence of Jimmie Rodgers," makes a persuasive argument that Rodgers is one of the most important figures in the history of country music. According to the liner notes for...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTAKE 500 truckloads of dirt. Add a few dozen snorting motorcycles, a bunch of 70-foot jumps, some booming pyrotechnics and 45,000 screaming fans, and you've got one of the fastest-growing motorsports in the country in all its deafening, live glory....
Tags: James Stewart, Entertainment, Auto Racing, Sports, Gaming
Zap2It.comThings are never boring in the complex, profane Western world of "Deadwood," especially where money is concerned. After weeks of what looked like public negotiating among series creator David Milch, studio Paramount and HBO -- for a while, it look like...
Special to The TimesPioneertown looks like a ghost town seen in countless westerns. Probably because it is. Built as a 1940s movie set where the likes of Gene Autry, the Cisco Kid and Annie Oakley shot the films that made them western heroes, rural Pioneertown managed to...
Los Angeles-based playwright Oliver Mayer revisits a disgraceful chapter of local history in "Conjunto," a kaleidoscopic portrait of Japanese American farm owners and Mexican migrant laborers caught up in the World War II-era hysteria that made a...
Key: Yardage is front to back tees. Par is men's/women's. S -- Slope, using the highest rating for men/women. GF -- full weekday/weekend green fees. * -- cart included in green fee. W -- walking allowed. R -- driving range on site. Note: Green fees...
Tags: Golf, Alcoholic Beverages, Dining and Drinking, Sports, Rivers
Special to The TimesJohnny Grant, who visited Hollywood in 1943 as a star-struck serviceman and returned to carve out a niche first as a radio and television personality and then as its honorary mayor and foremost booster, died Wednesday at the age of 84. Grant appeared...
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