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These Black-and-White Photos Capture the Early Days of California Skate Culture

Hugh Holland's book 'Silver. Skate. Seventies' chronicles the sport's carefree youth in the 1970s
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What’s Closed, Canceled, and Postponed Due to Coronavirus So Far?

From 'Hamilton' to hockey, our up-to-date list of what's been called off as the outbreak expands
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Street Artists Continue to Pay Tribute to Kobe Bryant with Murals Throughout the City

Some new, some old, where to find wall art dedicated to the Lakers legend, from Northridge to Long Beach
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At Tearful Memorial, Beyonce, Michael Jordan, and Others Pay Tribute to Kobe and Gianna

Scenes from the Staples Center for today’s public memorial for Kobe and Gigi Bryant
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The Clippers Have Purchased the Forum in Inglewood

The $400 million deal puts an end to a legal fight over the new Clippers arena
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The Rise and Fall of Bill Pettis, the Man With “The Biggest Arms in the World”

Other Gold’s Gym icons parlayed their physiques into fame and fortune. Bill Pettis took a different route—one that landed him on the Venice Boardwalk
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The L.A. Rams Revealed Their New Logo and Fans Were Not Into It

The change wasn't welcome for many, but the distraction was welcome for the rest of us
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Baseball Season Will Be Delayed Until at Least Mid-May

You've been waiting all year for baseball season—get ready to wait a little longer
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A First Look at the Clippers’ New Inglewood Arena

The 26-acre complex is scheduled to open in 2024—but not everyone's looking forward to it
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An Early Look at What to Expect from a Newly Renovated Dodger Stadium

A $100 million overhaul is bringing tasty food trucks, awesome artifacts, and even a kiddie play area to Chavez Ravine