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LAFC clinches playoffs but still has three games to improve seeding

With their 3-0 win over the Colorado Rapids on Saturday, the Los Angeles Football Club secured their spot in the 2018 MLS Playoffs. LAFC is only the 4th team in MLS history to reach the playoffs in their inaugural season. With […]

LAFC clinches playoffs but still has three games to improve seeding

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With their 3-0 win over the Colorado Rapids on Saturday, the Los Angeles Football Club secured their spot in the 2018 MLS Playoffs. LAFC is only the 4th team in MLS history to reach the playoffs in their inaugural season. With […]

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‘Show Pony’ will keep you laughing

It all begins in the boardroom of a large advertising agency in New York City. One by one women show up expecting to put the final touches on a

October is for festing or getting in and out of a devil’s triangle

Been a crazy month and it seems to have had an impact on all my fans. Here is just a small sampling of the mail I received and my

‘Don’t Worry Be Happy’ a silly song with a good message

Inspired by the phrase commonly used by Indian mystic and spiritual master Meher Baba [1894-1969] pop song stylist Bobby McFerrin released his song “Don’t Worry Ne Happy” in September

Brett Kavanaugh confirmation a “Dark Day” for America

Oakland, C.A. – Congresswoman Barbara Lee released the following statement on the confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh: “This is a dark day for our country. Senate Republicans have installed a far-right justice

MGM Resorts International executive knew before October 1 a sniper attack from a high rise hotel was a serious threat

LAS VEGAS — A former ranking member of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department told the Los Angeles Post-Examiner that MGM Resorts International (MGMRI) Executive Director of Corporate Security

Kavanaugh hearings are only about politics … and beer

The latest stench coming out of Washington, D.C. has to do with whether or not the Senate should vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh for a lifetime appointment to the

Security errors cost lives in Las Vegas Massacre

LAS VEGAS — Today marks the one year anniversary of the worst mass shooting in American history that occurred on October 1, 2017, in Las Vegas, Nevada. On that horrible

Murder is given some Rope by the Actor’s Co-op

Rope has a very dramatic beginning as lights flash, screams are heard, gun shots ring out and it is clear that one man is killing another and stuffing the

NFL Week 4: I Won’t Back Down

The NFL season is now at the one quarter mark before the playoffs begin. It seems to fly by in large part because the league has become a year

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