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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | August 12, 2011
BURBANK - A mask with a baseball still lodged in the face guard that was used by one-eyed umpire Max McLeary; Ron Santo's partially burned toupee; the costume head of the San Diego Chicken and a box of balls with the forged signature of Mother Teresa. The items are only a small representation of the unique, interesting and often bizarre collection of memorabilia that is featured in the exhibition, "Not Exactly Cooperstown," that is currently on display at the Burbank Central Library.
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August 6, 2004
The one-night program will feature an artists' look at baseball in general and specifically the historic move of the Dodgers from Brooklyn to Los Angeles. Comedienne Elayne Boosler will serve as master of ceremonies for the evening. The program will include comedy performances by Culture Clash, Dan Kwong and Heather Woodbury. Musical performances will be provided by Sue Raney and Carmen Fanzone, Byron Motley and Ross Altman. Los Angeles Dodgers' organist Nancy Bea Hefley will also play some of her favorite tunes during the program.
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By Brian McGackin | September 2, 2009
The world of professional sports is full of rivalries ? Yankees vs. Red Sox; Lakers vs. Celtics; Barcelona vs. Real Madrid ? but few have the history and devotion to match the Dodgers vs. the Giants, one of baseball?s oldest grudges. To celebrate this historic rivalry, the Baseball Reliquary is presenting a special exhibition at the Burbank Central Library in Burbank. ?Love to Hate: The Dodgers-Giants Rivalry? represents more than 120 years of baseball history through the lens of these two great teams.
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August 19, 2011
Looking for fun events in your area? Here's a few options. Music Each Friday night in August and September, Scissors Paper Rock Salon celebrates beauty, art and music at 7 p.m., 1864-66 N. Allen Ave., Pasadena. Admission is free. Call (626) 825-1846. Food The Pasadena Farmers Market is from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturdays at Victory Park, 2575 Paloma St., Pasadena. There are fruits, vegetables, cheese, flowers, honey, breads, herbs and more for sale. Call (626)
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From Staff Reports, News-Press | July 15, 2010
GLENDALE — The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. HOVHANNESYAN ON OPPONENT MERRY-GO-ROUND In the world of boxing, rising fighters such as Glendale's Art Hovhannesyan frequently deal with opponents changing with last-minute notice and fights often falling through. For the "Lionheart," his fight is still scheduled to go off on Saturday afternoon at the Agua Caliente Casino in Rancho Mirage as part of the untelevised undercard of the latest chapter in HBO's "Boxing After Dark" series.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | August 12, 2011
BURBANK - A mask with a baseball still lodged in the face guard that was used by one-eyed umpire Max McLeary; Ron Santo's partially burned toupee; the costume head of the San Diego Chicken and a box of balls with the forged signature of Mother Teresa. The items are only a small representation of the unique, interesting and often bizarre collection of memorabilia that is featured in the exhibition, "Not Exactly Cooperstown," that is currently on display at the Burbank Central Library.
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By Brian McGackin | September 2, 2009
The world of professional sports is full of rivalries ? Yankees vs. Red Sox; Lakers vs. Celtics; Barcelona vs. Real Madrid ? but few have the history and devotion to match the Dodgers vs. the Giants, one of baseball?s oldest grudges. To celebrate this historic rivalry, the Baseball Reliquary is presenting a special exhibition at the Burbank Central Library in Burbank. ?Love to Hate: The Dodgers-Giants Rivalry? represents more than 120 years of baseball history through the lens of these two great teams.
SPORTS
August 6, 2004
The one-night program will feature an artists' look at baseball in general and specifically the historic move of the Dodgers from Brooklyn to Los Angeles. Comedienne Elayne Boosler will serve as master of ceremonies for the evening. The program will include comedy performances by Culture Clash, Dan Kwong and Heather Woodbury. Musical performances will be provided by Sue Raney and Carmen Fanzone, Byron Motley and Ross Altman. Los Angeles Dodgers' organist Nancy Bea Hefley will also play some of her favorite tunes during the program.
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