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Clippers one game away from offseason after 96-92 Game 5 loss to Jazz

LOS ANGELES – Chris Paul slammed the ball in disgust. He tossed it once more for good measure. After starting the season with the best record in the league, after losing a pair of All-Stars for more than a dozen games each, after clawing their way to home-court advantage in the first round of these […]

John Wayne gets his own park in Newport Beach

In a tribute to one of the film industry’s most revered actors, the city of Newport Beach will rename an existing park after John Wayne, one of its most famous residents. Brought forth by Mayor Kevin Muldoon and endorsed Tuesday, April 25, by the City Council 5-2, the approval means that Ensign View Park will soon […]

Do it yourself (DIY) in the enterprise (continued)

Last year I wrote about the newfound productivity of the prosumer, the consumer who is bringing technologies into the workplace in a DIY (do it yourself) fashion.  If IT can’t or won’t get something done, users can simply checkShow More Summary

Angels follow J.C. Ramirez’s strong start with extra-inning victory over A’s

ANAHEIM — Ironically, the finest start turned in by an Angels pitcher in the first 22 games of the season came from a guy who was a reliever when the season began. J.C. Ramirez, a reliever for his entire big league career before this season, pitched seven scoreless innings in the Angels’ 2-1, 11-inning victory […]

Dodgers hang on for 2-1 win in San Francisco behind Clayton Kershaw

SAN FRANCISCO – Clayton Kershaw has a pretty good AT&T bundle. The Dodgers ace held the San Francisco Giants to one run over seven innings Tuesday night as the Dodgers white-knuckled a 2-1 victory. The Dodgers have now won just five of their past 22 games at AT&T Park – and Kershaw has started four […]

Why Don’t Organisations Undertake Category Management? Future Purchasing Responds

Categories: We’ve written extensively about the Future Purchasing survey and report on Category Management, and in March we ran a webinar with Mark Webb, the MD […] (Read more...)

Schultz pitches Woodbridge to crucial league win over Corona del Mar

IRVINE – Woodbridge’s baseball team used a complete-game effort by John Schultz to defeat Corona del Mar, 2-0, in a Pacific Coast League game at Ryan Lemmon Stadium on Tuesday afternoon to move a game behind the league-leading Sea Kings. Woodbridge (15-6, 7-3) and Beckman (17-4, 7-3) are tied for second place behind CdM (16-5, […]

Woodbridge baseball team cuts CdM’s lead to one game with 2-0 victory; tied for second with Beckman

Woodbridge’s baseball team used a complete game effort by John Schultz to defeat Corona del Mar, 2-0, in a Pacific Coast League game at Ryan Lemmon Stadium Tuesday afternoon to move a game behind the league-leading Sea Kings. Woodbridge (15-6, 7-3) and Beckman (17-4, 7-3) are tied for second place behind CdM (16-5, 8-2). Woodbridge […]

Rested Los Alamitos storms past Huntington Beach

Los Alamitos coach Rob Weil elected to give his team the entire spring break off last week, something he has never done before in his lengthy coaching career. No batting practice. No conditioning. No team meetings. Nothing. Playing in their first game in nearly two weeks, the Griffins looked rested, rejuvenated and every bit the […]

The Tokens are Coming

Spotify wants to do a direct listing of their shares to bypass Wall Street and the IPO process. Fred explains it a bit here. We need some bold public market ideas and companies. Spotify could work because they do not even need to raise capital. Show More Summary

Huntington Beach stays in title chase with victory over rival Edison

HUNTINGTON BEACH – The game against their rival had several roller coaster-type turns for the Huntington Beach boys lacrosse team. The Oilers had a four-goal lead against Edison entering the fourth quarter of a Sunset League contest Tuesday, but they quickly saw that lead trimmed to one. Thanks to a couple of goals from Kyle […]

Clippers Notes: Austin Rivers hopes to provide energy in return

LOS ANGELES — Clippers guard Austin Rivers looked anxious as he laced up his shoes Tuesday night. He was about to warm up for Game 5 against the Utah Jazz at Staples Center, and he acknowledged feeling impatient in his first game since a left hamstring injury sidelined him for the previous 11 games. “I […]

Fountain Valley girls show resolve in victory against Los Alamitos in Sunset League

FOUNTAIN VALLEY >> Fountain Valley’s girls swimmers responded to adversity Tuesday with the same attitude that led them to their duel against Los Alamitos. The Barons stuck together, continued to race hard and let their diverse and deep lineup put away another Sunset League opponent. No. 4 Fountain Valley overcame a hot streak by the […]

Clippers' Blake Griffin sees foot specialist for right toe injury

Clippers forward Blake Griffin was evaluated Tuesday by a foot and ankle specialist, but no course of action has been decided after the power forward sustained a plantar plate injury to his right big toe in Game 3 of the playoffs Friday night Salt Lake City against the Utah Jazz. Griffin will get...

NFL draft preview: What to expect when the NFC and AFC West divisions make their picks

The draft will be held Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Philadelphia. Times NFL writer Sam Farmer examines team needs by division. Today, in the final of four daily parts, the West divisions: NFC West It’s about time for Arizona to start thinking about successors to Carson Palmer, a quarterback...

Sunny Hills crushes No. 2 La Habra, 16-4, with barrage of hits

LA HABRA – Sunny Hills exploded for 16 runs in a 16-4 victory over No. 2 La Habra in a Freeway League game Tuesday at La Habra High. The win was Sunny Hills’ first against La Habra since 2015, and it was just the second time the Lancers have won a game at La Habra […]

$14.6M Venice home is the most expensive ever sold in the neighborhood

The eco-friendly residence appeared on Californication A 5,000-square-foot Venice residence sold yesterday for $14.6 million, making it the priciest home ever sold in the neighborhood by more than $3 million, according to the LA Times. The seven-bedroom, seven-bath home was designed by its seller, eco-friendly architect David Hertz. Show More Summary

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