Los Angeles loves its sports as much as any city does; there's no shortage of folks who will begin seething at a misspoken word about a favorite team or player. Say hi to the jocks of Los Angeles, who inspire that fervent brand of rage and rapture that can only come from a glance at the scoreboard.
One of the fascinating Angelenos featured in L.A. Weekly's People 2012 issue. Check out our entire People 2012 issue here.
By late afternoon, most of the players have already left the Dodgers' spring training campus at Camelback Ranch in Arizona, but Matt Kemp is still standing. After signing autog ... More >>
On Which Way L.A. the other night, L.A. Councilwoman Janice Hahn suggested that the Dodgers should join the city's protest of Arizona's strict new immigration law:"I'm going to be asking the L.A. Dodgers to consider moving their training facility from Arizona," Hahn said.It was only a year ago th ... More >>
Vin Scully.Dodgers announcer and Baseball Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully was expected to return home Friday after he was hospitalized for a bump on his head suffered in a fall, Fox11 News reported.
Major League Baseball reported the 82-year-old fell and bumped his head Thursday night. H ... More >>