The 1970s Were the L.A. Rams’ Most Dramatic Decade

The NFL is back in L.A. for the first time since 1995, as the Rams return to the Coliseum. To stoke the nostalgia, we talked to some of the key players from the team’s winningest, most confounding years. An oral history
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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

Vin Scully Loves This Magic Moment at Dodger Home Games

His dulcet tones were the voice of L.A. for nearly 70 years. Imagine them now as the long-time Dodgers sportscaster savors his favorite sport
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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
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Even If Pro Sports Resume, It Could Still Be a Brutal Year for L.A. Fans

COVID-19 stands to crush at least three teams' title aspirations—and dampen the debut of a $5 billion stadium
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The Rams Are the Resistance Now

Trump just made the Super Bowl political

This LeBron James Mural Went Up, Got Defaced, and Was Restored–All in One Weekend

Who knew the word ”of” could get people so worked up?

The Embraceable Ewes, L.A.’s First Pro Cheerleaders, Reunite

The 1978 Los Angeles Rams cheer squad didn’t just stand on the sidelines
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Escape from Cuba: Yasiel Puig’s Untold Journey to the Dodgers

Gilberto Suarez, the Florida financier accused of smuggling Yasiel Puig out of Cuba in 2012, changed his plea from not guilty to guilty. In May, writer Jesse Katz revealed the details of Puig's harrowing passage
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Jeanie Buss Is the First Female Owner of a Championship Team in NBA History

The trophy marks the ultimate victory for one of the most powerful women in sports