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It's opening day at Dodger Stadium today. Patch file photo.
Snow April 6, 2014 at 10:37 am
Whoa-- fellas- you do know the Patch fired almost ALL their editors and now have just a few coveringRead More gee- how many do you have to cover now, Penny? When at first it was 1 maybe 2? This is a case of shoot the messenger. Hey Penny, you are welcome to come over to the East Coast anytime, we give our editors more respect. Now- I must return...for I have a tendency to melt in this part of the country. Just for fun sake ---how about them Red Sox??
Eric Dee April 6, 2014 at 12:47 pm
Snow, We know and the messenger is AOL! And yeah their style is cheap!
Penny Arévalo (Editor) April 6, 2014 at 01:00 pm
Well, thanks for the respect, Snow (I think). BTW, "fired" is not a appropriate word. TheyRead More were layoffs. And we're no longer owned by AOL. We do have great plans to change up how we cover our territory, but it won't involve losing millions of dollars a year. So we're in transition. I do thank all the readership for hanging with us. That's been very appreciated. Stay tuned! :-)
Twitter photo of the L.A. Marathon 2014.
Henry Xavier March 10, 2014 at 09:05 am
yea, its ten going on like that for a while. The churches and business suffer but lets enjoy the theRead More race. K? thanks. Come by and join the dream center or Angelus Temple a born again christian church at Echo Park. peace. H.X.
George March 11, 2014 at 02:11 pm
It was quite exciting 7 fun! Can't wait til next year! I rode the bike.
mimi March 14, 2014 at 04:30 pm
The marathon is a nice tradition. What s not so nice is the damn fool with the bull horn at theRead More finish line. He begins screaming at 8 am and continues until 3 pm. He wakes up everyone in the building with windows facing Ocean Avenue at the California Incline. Same damn thing every year. I wish he would wait until 9 or 10 am, when the runners actually cross the finish line. My kitties are disgusted. Me too.
St. Louis Rams Wide Receiver Chris Givens, could be heading to LA, says the Los Angeles Times. Photo Credit: St. Louis Rams
nester garza January 31, 2014 at 10:18 am
Hell yes! I never stopped being a Rams fan! LA Rams!!!!
Penny Arévalo (Editor) January 31, 2014 at 10:21 am
We became Charger fans and made the drive to the games every once in a while. It would be nice toRead More have a team back (but not the Raiders, LOL).
RJ April 2, 2013 at 11:01 pm
I demoed the g25 by ping and it was a an ok club..I prefer the taylormade r11irons.net , titleistRead More ap1a, or callaways x-hots.
Julie April 3, 2013 at 10:54 am
Great article. I play golf so I enjoyed the synopsis. What wasn't mentioned is that golf looks easyRead More but is a very difficult game. It is a mind game as well as a physical one. That is why so many love it!
Noel Park March 19, 2013 at 07:22 pm
Good. Light pollution is a curse and we have more than enough of it in our communities already. ARead More little consideration for the neighbors is deeply appreciated. Let's move on.
RHHS 1966 March 20, 2013 at 02:11 pm
Well thank goodness. Hopefully that will end this for at least the next 10-15 years, which seems toRead More be the cycle. The idea that the Light Brigade was somehow misled by the School Board was a twisting of the facts to justify the lawsuit. If anyone was misled, it was the School Board.
robin March 19, 2013 at 03:45 pm
Ban the bikers...... There really needs to be a law about bikers. Saturday, on PV Dr S, at leastRead More 100 of them blocking the east bound lane. Having NO consideration of the traffic jam they were causing and NOT getting out of the friggin way. It will take an accident and one of these moron bikers to get hurt for something to be done.
henk friezer February 18, 2013 at 08:10 pm
Truly a nice man, very down to earth, did not flaunt his wealth. I was a news photographer coveringRead More the LA` sports scene, when Buss purchased the JKC sports domain we all asked who is this guy (none of us in the media had ever heard of him)? He turned out be a blessing to the LA sports scene, he was approachable, taking time to converse with you and was always humble. Just a plain nice man. Unlike Cook he was always present at his teams games and did not sit in the owners box but among the ordinary fans. RIP Dr Buss your legacy will remain long after any of us have departed
Spirit Of Venice February 19, 2013 at 03:57 am
Thanks, Jerry, for giving L.A. such a GREAT basketball team all these years. We won't see the likesRead More of you again. R.I.P.
Paul Rich February 19, 2013 at 03:58 pm
Jerry, although not original from here, became a true L.A. native. The truest, perhaps, than anyRead More luminary in memory. Like Randy Newman, he LOVED L.A. He reflected the dichotomous nature of Angelenos -- down to earth and hip Hollywood glamour. The chants in rival arenas when the Lakers played ("Beat L.A.") simply revealed their envy of Los Angeles and an erroneous image of L.A. as purely superficial and phony. True, Buss was flamboyant and a playboy. But he was also a self-made man, rising from his austere humble upbringing in Iowa where he rummaged trash cans for phone books to use as firewood to heat the tiny home he lived in with his mother. I was fortunate enough to meet Jerry Buss at Chasens restaurant where I was celebrating my mom and dad's anniversary. I was shocked when mom walked right up to his table and introduced herself as his mother's hair stylist. I had no idea. "Is this your granddaughter?" she asked. No mom, she wasn't. And I hadn't the heart to inform mom of Buss's lifestyle. We can only hope any sibling rivalry amongst the Buss children will be put to rest in the interest of Los Angeles ... and to honor the memory of the greatest owner in sports franchise history.
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