Tagged: Los Angeles

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Mining hockey silver down under

By Blaine Meller Sports Editor If anyone doubts that hockey is quickly growing into a truly international game, talk to somebody in the know. Somebody like Tash Farrier. Farrier, 21, returned to Canada and...

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Comedian is hot(z) stuff

by Blaine Meller There are a lot of things that make Jeremy Hotz laugh; politics, universities, Sarah Palin, the Saddledome and ointment. Ointment? “You can’t be a big tough guy, walk into a store...

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The best way to spend your lunch

by Sean-Paul Boynton If you’re looking for a fun alternative to the crowded food courts and overpriced sandwich stands during your lunch hour, all you have to do is pack a snack and head...

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Working on women’s hockey

by Joe McFarland Almost as soon as the Vancouver 2010 competition began, the questions started swirling about whether or not women’s hockey belonged in the Olympics. Was the field competitive enough or would it...

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Team Canada part deux

by Joe McFarland     Guest Columnist You have to feel for Steve Yzerman and Co. He’s assembled what he thinks is the best 23-man roster that Canada has to offer. Win gold and he’ll be...

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Douche looks like a lady

by Ryan Rumsey You see them everywhere. The frosted tips, orange tans, and $500 Italian jeans (not to mention the ever present abundance of Ed Hardy). These men are commonly referred to as ‘douchebags.’...

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Breaking through the club doors

  by Sheena Jardine-Olade   The female DJ was at one time something as weird and mysterious as a unicorn, or a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. It warranted a...