Dodger fans in the growing run-Don-Mattingly-out-of-town-on-a-rail movement won't have long to wait for an announcement. They may not like the result, but they won't have long to wait. Let's go straight to the ifs-and-buts card. If Los Angeles comes back to win the National League Championship Ser ... More >>
Losers of six of eight, the Dodgers pull into the Bronx today for a pair of interleague games with their long-time World Series rivals, the New York Yankees. And much to the dismay of the City of Dodgers, it's going to be 48 hours of Don Mattingly-inspired reminiscing, with a laser-like focus on hi ... More >>
Does Los Angeles boast the best sushi in the entire country? If even Ferran Adriá is on our side, we can probably feel confident it's true. The factors that allow our city to be blessed with such a ridiculous bounty are fairly apparent: proximity to superior fish markets, a healthy roster of mast ... More >>
Did Metro rig a Century City fault study to move the Purple Line?
Vin ScullyOn Monday, we posted some heretical nonsense about Vin Scully not actually being that good. In rebuttal, you could probably just assert that he's the best there ever was and leave it at that. But it's more fun to prove it.There's a tendency when praising Scully to reach back to the era ... More >>
Before the Lakers took over the minds and hearts of sports fans in Los Angeles, there were the Dodgers. Players such as Don Drysdale, Sandy Koufax, Maury Wills, Ron Cey, Steve Garvey, Tommy John, and Fernando Valenzuela, among many others, were gods, and then things didn't go so well for the team in ... More >>
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