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One of the Last Great SoCal Bowling Alleys Could Soon Be Gone

Preservationists are launching a last-ditch effort to save Palos Verdes Bowl from the wrecking ball

A Sports Site Hijacked a Comedian’s Video—and Intimidated Her for Complaining

Miel Bredouw's experience with Barstool Sports has raised bigger questions about Twitter's policies
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Trojan Football Star Lynn Swann Has Stepped Down at USC

After three years as the embattled university's athletic director, the Hall of Famer has resigned his post
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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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WNBA Boss Baller Penny Toler Has Been Changing the Game for More than 20 Years

From all-star player to winningest general manager in league history, Penny Toller has broken records and barriers with every step
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Fortnite’s Most Famous Player is Taking His Own Team to Court

Celeb gamer Tfue is suing L.A.’s FaZe Clan—and the case could change e-sports forever

How a Ballet Dancer Reinvented UCLA Gymnastics, Survived Cancer, and Inspired a Community

Miss Val can’t teach you to cartwheel, but she has changed how young gymnasts think about the sport—and themselves
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Bye Bye, La Brea Avenue Dodger House

The Mid-City monument to the Boys in Blue was being torn down as of this morning