When the summer X Games started out in cities other than L.A., we were frustrated:WTF? This is where half those sports began. This is the action sports capital of America. This is the biggest media market for this stuff. And then, in 2003, they came, and we were like, Yes!
And now? Not so much. Aft ... More >>
The would-be developer of a downtown football stadium and a group that was essentially suing it over possible environmental impacts announced today that they are making nice.
Money can make foes play nice real fast, and in this case developer Anschutz Entertainment Group has agreed to help establis ... More >>
When Mayor Villaraigosa told Angelenos, "Moving the Endeavour will be a marvel of wonder and ingenuity," he wasn't kidding. And all that ingenuity -- and jet fuel, and tree trimming, and overtime paid to police and engineers -- didn't come cheap.
Back in 2011, the California Science Center began ... More >>
This week backers of a downtown NFL stadium will roll out a $27 million environmental impact report that will undoubtedly tell us how good this venue will be for Planet Angeles.
Fair enough, but a new report over the weekend casts some doubt on the grand designs of Anschutz Entertainment Group, the ... More >>
AEGWhen LA Weekly reporter David Futch showed up at L.A. City Hall this morning for a hearing on Anschutz Entertainment Group's proposed L.A. football stadium, he thought he was in for just another L.A. City Council meeting.
What Futch failed to realize is that, when one attends a meeting on ... More >>
Go, tax revenue.Are you ready for some ... tax revenue.
Yeah, we're talkin' Monday night tax revenue, Sunday afternoon tax revenue, tax revenue all year 'round.
That according to Anschutz Entertainment Group, the people who run Staples Center and who want to install an NFL stadium atop cit ... More >>
A mock up of AEG's 'Farmers Field.'Anchutz Entertainment Group developed Staples Center and LA Live and now wants a crown achievement next door -- a roughly $1.5 billion NFL stadium that already has a name, Farmers Field.
Many folks, including Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, billionaire Eli Broa ... More >>
We can just see it now: A charming Farmers Field mock-upUpdated with more juice on the deal. Reporting by Dennis Romero. See also: "Farmers Field: How to Sell a City on a Football Stadium (on its Property)."
Here it is, Los Angeles: The name of your future NFL stadium. Ready your inner hick, ... More >>
APSnow comes down, L.A.'s NFL hopes are lifted.That blast of snow that brought down parts of the Metrodome's roof in Minneapolis could bring some new rays of hope to sunny L.A.'s chances of getting a new NFL team.
Turns out it's not the first time snow has come through the roof of the venue, ... More >>
Majestic RealtyWould an NFL stadium in Industry be too far away?We might not have a new NFL stadium or even a team to fill it, but Los Angeles has a new NFL stadium website.
In what seems to us to be an increasingly competitive battle over who will get a stadium built -- Ed Roski's Majestic ... More >>
L.A. conventioneers, soon to be under AEG's supervision?Touche, Ed Roski. Yesterday the developer said his proposed NFL stadium in the City of Industry could also double as a World Cup venue. (To which we said all three soccer fans in L.A. were elated).
Well, today the other shoe dropped. An ... More >>
Sony Picturesâ€‹LA Weekly obtained a series of emails that shed light on City Hall's oft-touted contention that July's Michael Jackson memorial at Staples Center downtown was a $4 million boost to area businesses. The number is important because it's often cited by those who believe it was worth it ... More >>