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A spring football league has chosen Los Angeles for one of its first six founding cities. Patch file photo.
beckdp February 9, 2014 at 12:44 pm
I'm soooo confused! Will all 11 players be eligible to catch passes on every play? Or can they justRead More switch positions without having to change jersey numbers and just the traditional six players will be eligible?
Penny Arévalo (Editor) February 9, 2014 at 12:48 pm
I'm no expert and it's just a wire story. But I read it to mean the first. All 11 can receive.
St. Louis Rams Wide Receiver Chris Givens, could be heading to LA, says the Los Angeles Times. Photo Credit: St. Louis Rams
Penny Arévalo (Editor) February 1, 2014 at 05:43 pm
Hey now, dem be fighting words! ;-)
Me February 1, 2014 at 06:34 pm
nonoise February 2, 2014 at 08:24 am
It would provide much needed jobs to Inglewood. Lakers should never have moved out of Inglewood.Read More Yes, it is good for jobs.
Hooper Humperdink July 27, 2013 at 03:40 pm
You cut the video short - where is the part where he sweep kicks the older guy, pepper sprays, thenRead More slaps some cuffs on him?
Ajay Singh (Editor) July 28, 2013 at 03:49 am
Ha! That's classified, Josef.
Cerro Gordo April 21, 2013 at 08:16 pm
Hopefully the field helps the neighborhood produce a slugging/high OBP 3rd baseman for theRead More Dodgers...immediately. The field looks great.
hector April 22, 2013 at 06:52 pm
Wow lookin good! CM Reyes' office pulled it off once again! Can't wait to tear that field up with myRead More kids :]
tyrone m hart March 22, 2013 at 02:16 pm
i have lived on the l a river for many years. i have seen the damages that people have inflicted onRead More the l a river. the river should be left alone. it still needs many more years to heal. people enjoying the river from the bike path is enough. people with dogs need to be responsible or held accountable. we need more people like mitch farrell on the side of the l a river. Shizor The Rivermaster and Little Baby Dog.
Diane Newton March 28, 2013 at 10:15 pm
I am pleased to hear that the L.A. council is finally going to open the L.A. river up forRead More recreational activities. I love the river and have believed for sometime that L.A. and surrounding areas should be able to enjoy the river.
Tony Taylor May 19, 2013 at 01:57 pm
Love Tyrone M. Hart unfortunately Mitch O'Farrell is not on the side of the river. This is aRead More ridiculous, ill planned project that will not be properly supervised and that presents a danger to animals, the ducks and geese that live on the river and those who will participate in this thinking it is going to be a great and wonderous thing.
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.