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Newport residents help Mater Dei girls' tennis edge Sage Hill

Newport residents help Mater Dei girls' tennis edge Sage Hill
  • Newport residents help Mater Dei girls' tennis edge Sage Hill FWC: Newport residents help Mater Dei girls’ tennis edge Sage Hill

    Playing at Sage Hill School is really more like a home match for Mater Dei High girls’ tennis junior Natasha Hill. Hill, a Newport Coast resident, said she lives less than a mile away from the Sage Hill campus. She certainly made herself feel at home Tuesday as the Monarchs faced the Lightning…

  • Texas couple arrested after leaving daughter at home to go see metal show in Detroit FWC: Texas couple arrested after leaving daughter at home to go see metal show in Detroit

    Look, nobody likes missing out on a good metal show, but if it involves leaving an 11-year-old child at home alone for a couple of days, you might want to skip the concert — or at least bring the kid with you! According to the Houston Chronicle, Texas couple John Guerrero, 48, and Virginia Yearnd, 39, were arrested Monday night (August…

  • Go Behind the Scenes of Saweetie’s ‘Up Now’ Video Featuring G-Eazy FWC: Go Behind the Scenes of Saweetie’s ‘Up Now’ Video Featuring G-Eazy

    Saweetie is making major moves. Fresh off co-starring in Quavo’s “Workin Me” video, the rising rapper reps the Bay in the video for her London On Da Track-produced single “Up Now” featuring G-Eazy and Rich the Kid. In exclusive footage, the “ICY GRL” takes Rap-Up behind the scenes of her first major music video, which was shot at the Oakland-Alameda…

  • Jason Ross returns with the bright ‘Many Days’ FWC: Jason Ross returns with the bright ‘Many Days’

    Jason Ross has dropped a progressive trance single entitled “Many Days” on his home label of Anjunabeats. Once a rising star on the label, Ross has solidified himself as a mainstay through touring alongside stalwarts like Ilan Bluestone and Andrew Bayer, as well as Above &Beyond themselves. “Many Days” sees the San Diego-raised producer return to melodic progressive music after…

  • Homages to space odysseys and science fiction will be a main attraction at 10th annual Burbank International Film Festival FWC: Homages to space odysseys and science fiction will be a main attraction at 10th annual Burbank International Film Festival

    Those attending the 10th annual Burbank International Film Festival will see homages to some of the greatest science fiction movies ever made, such as velociraptors from “Jurassic Park” and the DeLorean time machine from “Back to the Future.” Festival director Jeff Rector said the five-day event,…

  • Martin Garrix’s Mixer Stops Working During Creamfields Set [WATCH] FWC: Martin Garrix’s Mixer Stops Working During Creamfields Set [WATCH]

    Martin Garrix was in the middle of one of his biggest performances of the entire year when he experienced some minor technical difficulties over the weekend. The world-famous producer’s set at Creamfields in the UK was going great up until the moment his mixer stopped working. Drop after drop, the crowd was going wild, hanging on every moment — and…

  • Album Review: OMNIUM GATHERUM The Burning Cold FWC: Album Review: OMNIUM GATHERUM The Burning Cold

    Finnish melodeath veterans Omnium Gatherum have been churning out consistently good albums for nearly two decades. How does their latest effort The Burning Cold measure up? The post Album Review: OMNIUM GATHERUM The Burning Cold appeared first on Metal Injection.

  • California lawmakers approve gun-seizure bill in response to Parkland shooting FWC: California lawmakers approve gun-seizure bill in response to Parkland shooting

    California lawmakers on Monday made another attempt to blunt Trump administration policies by passing a bill aimed at combating housing segregation. Assembly Bill 686 by Assemblyman Miguel Santiago (D-Los Angeles) would put into state law Obama-era rules requiring local governments to advance policies to desegregate housing in their communities. This month, Ben Carson, Trump’s secretary of Housing and Urban Development, announced…

  • Cross-country season begins Saturday FWC: Cross-country season begins Saturday

    USC and UCLA released their football depth charts this week, and it’s interesting to see what high schools in Southern California were represented with starting players. Seven USC starters are from private schools in Southern California. It rises to nine when you include the punter and kicker. Bishop Amat, St. John Bosco, Crespi, Mater Dei, Oaks Christian, Gardena Serra and…

  • Trump adds Google to his ever-growing list of 'fake news' purveyors FWC: Trump adds Google to his ever-growing list of ‘fake news’ purveyors

    President Trump weighed in again Tuesday on the alleged social media conspiracy against conservatives, this time singling out Alphabet subsidiary Google. You and I might think that news and views from the right (or any ideological vantage point) are surpassingly easy to find online. But Trump argues that Google is doing its part to change that: Trump evidently based his…

  • Nearly 3,000 deaths in Puerto Rico linked to Hurricane Maria FWC: Nearly 3,000 deaths in Puerto Rico linked to Hurricane Maria

    An estimated 2,975 people died in the six months after Hurricane Maria as a result of the storm, with the elderly and impoverished most affected, according to a long-awaited independent study ordered by the U.S. territory’s government that was released Tuesday. The findings contrast sharply with…

  • FWC: DEICIDE’s Glen Benton Says It’s “Kind Of Hard To Write Inspired Music” When It’ll Be Given Away

    “It’s kind of hard to invest that time and effort into something that’s going to be given away.” The post DEICIDE’s Glen Benton Says It’s “Kind Of Hard To Write Inspired Music” When It’ll Be Given Away appeared first on Metal Injection.