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Basketball: Thursday scores

Los Angeles Times (Eric Maddy) — Boys Basketball ACADEMY LEAGUE Crean Lutheran 70, Sage Hill 33 St. Margaret's 70, Downey Calvary Chapel 58   AMBASSADOR LEAGUE Loma Linda Academy 46, Aquinas 42   BIG VIII LEAGUE Corona Centennial 93, Norco 54 Eastvale Roosevelt 55, Corona Santiago 35 King 56, Corona 49   CRESTVIEW LEAGUE Esperanza...
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Overrated/Underrated: HBO's 'Animals' wastes a cast of alt-comedy voices

Los Angeles Times (Chris Barton) — There’s a lot of pop culture to sort through week after week. Times staff writer Chris Barton offers his take on what’s up and what’s down in music, movies, television and just about anything else out there that’s worth considering. UNDERRATED Basia Bulat's 'Good Advice' The Canadian artist previously...
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L.A. County sheriff's deputies fatally shoot Lancaster man armed with 4-foot ax

Los Angeles Times (Veronica Rocha) — Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies fatally shot a Lancaster man armed with an 4-foot-long ax Thursday night when he apparently refused to drop the sharp tool even after he was struck several times with a stun gun. After deputies shot the 45-year-old man, he was taken to an area hospital and...
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USC will send seven players to the NFL scouting combine

Los Angeles Times (Lindsey Thiry ) — Seven players from USC have accepted invitations to attend the NFL scouting combine that begins Feb. 23 in Indianapolis. Quarterback Cody Kessler, running back Tre Madden, fullback Soma Vainuku, center Max Tuerk, defensive lineman Antwaun Woods, cornerback Kevon Seymour and linebacker Su’a Cravens...
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For L.A. drivers, #Obamajam is almost over as president heads to Palm Springs

Los Angeles Times (Veronica Rocha) — President Obama’s brief trip to Los Angeles is wrapping up Friday, but not fast enough for some drivers trying to beat the morning rush to work. The traffic woes began Thursday when Obama arrived at Los Angeles International Airport after attending political fundraisers in the Bay Area. Several...
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A legacy of 400 pulp porno novels: Chris Offutt's revealing 'My Father, the Pornographer'

Los Angeles Times (Mark Rotella) — Chris Offutt places his literary beginning at age 9, when his father gave him his worn copy of "Treasure Island." But his powerful, gracefully written memoir "My Father, the Pornographer" shows that it was something he was born into. Offutt's father, Andrew Jefferson Offutt V, published approximately...
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Long-buried photos resurrect L.A. punk's primal days at the Geffen Contemporary

Los Angeles Times (Randall Roberts) — For a few years starting in the early 1980s, two artists, Brian Tucker and Nikki Tucker, distributed their photo-zine, FER YOUz, anywhere that Los Angeles punk rockers were gathering. The scene was still in its infancy, and the Tuckers, then in their mid-20s, had become fascinated with how the...
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Aquarium Drunkard's Justin Gage revisits his one big Alabama Shakes mistake

Los Angeles Times (Randall Roberts) — Over the past decade, Justin Gage's ear for talent has earned him both acclaim and a career. One of the first wave of music writers to make money with a self-funded music blog, Gage crafted his Aquarium Drunkard site into a brand one recommendation at a time. Since its birth in 2005, Gage and his...
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An Alaska for all seasons with this $279 round-trip fare from LAX, good through January 2017

Los Angeles Times You can be in Alaska for the longest or the shortest days of the year (or nearly any day through January of next year) for $279, a round-trip fare that includes all taxes and fees from LAX to Juneau on Alaska or Delta. The fare is subject to availability, but it is for travel any day of the week. ...
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Mutant Salon at Commonwealth & Council: Let the demented makeover begin

Los Angeles Times (Sharon Mizota) — Mutant Salon’s art installation at Commonwealth & Council is a hot mess — in a good way. Set up as a grotesque beauty salon, it includes stations for haircutting, makeup, nail art and tattooing. The stations are augmented with seating, mirrors, brushes and other tools embedded in fleshy, alien,...
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LetterPress Chocolate makes outstanding bean-to-bar chocolate in a Cheviot Hills apartment

Los Angeles Times (Amy Scattergood) — Imagine a chocolate factory, and you probably think of Valrhona or Godiva, Hershey's or Cadbury or even Roald Dahl's fictional playhouse: a massive wonderland built of cacao. By contrast, David and Corey Menkes run LetterPress Chocolate  out of their two-bedroom, 900-square-foot, second-floor apartment...
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Who is the gun-toting Nevada lawmaker who helped end the Oregon standoff?

Los Angeles Times (Alexandra Zavis) — The armed standoff at an Oregon wildlife refuge appeared to be headed to a violent climax.Four occupiers were sounding increasingly agitated as heavily armed FBI agents inched closer.“They're 50 feet from me,” said Sean Anderson, during a series of telephone calls that were broadcast live over...
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January retail sales grow more than expected in boost to economy

Los Angeles Times (Shan Li) — Consumers indulged in more retail sales than expected in January, a positive sign for retailers after a disappointing holiday season.  Last month's sales climbed 0.2% to $449.9 billion from December, the Commerce Department said Friday. Wall Street analysts had predicted an increase of 0.1%. December...
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For artist Laure Prouvost's first solo L.A. show, a look at our plastic-wrapped lives

Los Angeles Times (Leah Ollman) — French-born Laure Prouvost, winner of the 2013 Turner Prize and widely exhibited throughout Europe, has her first solo L.A. show at Fahrenheit, where she spent part of last spring in residency. "A Way to Leak, Lick, Leek" is much like its title -- at once evocative, clumsy and obscure. Prouvost...
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Films once were an escape from work. Now, they celebrate it. What gives?

Los Angeles Times (Charles McNulty) — There was a time when Americans went to the movies to escape the workplace. These days, in keeping with the way our offices have taken over our lives, filmmakers have turned the big screen into one long career day. Audiences have been invited to experience first-hand the everyday grind of being...
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