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How Super Bowl Could Net Los Angeles a Whopping $477 Million

”We’re coming out of an 18-month pandemic where we need to show the world that L.A. is back open for business,” says CEO of the Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission
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Could Los Angeles Play Los Angeles in the Los Angeles Super Bowl?

Early season successes for both the Rams and Chargers present the possibility of an unprecedented championship game
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Drake Took Over Dodgers Stadium for a Private Date Night

An eagle-eyed helicopter pilot spotted the rapper and girlfriend Johanna Leia during their pricey romantic rendezvous
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After a Year of Crushed Dreams, L.A. Olympians and Paralympians Hope 2021 Will Finally Be Their Shot

For athletes who spent years training to make it to Tokyo, 2020 was a major setback. We spoke with three locals about forging ahead amid a global crisis and the uncertainty that's come with it
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Thanks to Capacity Limits, Seeing Sports in L.A. Right Now Is Kind of the Best

From short concessions lines to an utter lack of traffic, people are relishing this once-in-a-lifetime experience
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The Games Are Back, but Nothing Is the Same at Staples Center

Fans returning to the beloved DTLA arena should brace themselves for a lot of rules—including an unpopular bag ban
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Views From Inside the 2021 Dodgers Home Opener

Few fans were able to score the golden ticket to attend today’s game. Here’s what those who were there in person saw.
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The Dodgers Will Hold a Lottery for Opening Day Seats and Scrap Season Tickets Until June

Demand is sure to be high while the stadium's capacity is limited to 11,000
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Being the Voice of the Dodgers in 2020 Has Been No Walk in the Ballpark

For Joe Davis, taking over for Vin Scully was the first test—now he has pandemic baseball to contend with