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The Fabulous ForumA few leftover notes from Jonathan Quickâs 51-save performance in the Kingsâ 5-0 victory at Detroit on Monday: The shutout in Detroit was only the second in the Kingsâ history, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. The only other one......
The Fabulous ForumDefenseman Matt Greene, who was shaky after absorbing a hard hit from Detroitâs Niklas Kronwall on Monday but said he felt fine and practiced on Wednesday, awoke Thursday feeling wobbly and wonât play when the Kings face the St. Louis......
Richard "Duke" Llewellyn, the longtime executive of the Los Angeles Athletic Club who conceived of the John R. Wooden Award given annually to the country's outstanding men's and women's college basketball players, died early Friday of congestive heart...
The Hero Complex"TWILIGHT: NEW MOON" COUNTDOWN Yvonne Villarreal is a contributor to Hero Complex who may or may not be obsessed with a certain actor who appears in "The Twilight Saga: New Moon," which opens Friday. She sent in this report on......
Lester Rodney, the sports editor and columnist for the American Communist Party newspaper the Daily Worker who crusaded to end segregation in major league baseball in the 1930s and '40s, has died. He was 98. Rodney died of age-related causes Sunday at...
The Fabulous ForumFour-time Stanley Cup winner Scott Niedermayer of the Ducks will share his unique perspective and thoughts with The Times' readers during the Stanley Cup finals. Today, he reviews the Chicago Blackhawks' 6-5 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers in Game 1....
The Daily MirrorBed Burners Beware Too often there are stories in the papers about persons who are badly, even fatally burned by falling asleep with a lighted cigarette. Well, something has been done about them. An amendment to the fire code, Sec. 57.20.17B, which went...
Special to The TimesUnlike many of American golf's established hotbeds, Southern California has seen a great deal of history played out over its private and public courses, giving even the humblest muni player numerous opportunities to walk, literally, in the footsteps of...
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Invite Bono and the Edge to a night celebrating B.B. King, and odds are pretty good there will be some "Rattle and Hum" in the air. Lucky music fans who attended the Thelonious Monk Institute's annual benefit show at the Kodak Theatre on Sunday watched...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterLike an aging prizefighter with an iron jaw, the Broadway Boxing Gym has taken its share of punches over the last three decades. The gritty, no-frills South Los Angeles gym, once a beacon for world-class fighters, fell into decay in the late 1990s. Its...
Robert Graham, a Los Angeles sculptor with a towering public presence who designed major civic monuments across the nation, died Saturday at Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center, his friend Roy Doumani said. Graham, who had been ill for about six months,...
Though every artist's death diminishes us, Robert Graham's loss impoverishes Los Angeles in a deep and particular way. Graham, who died last Saturday at the age of 70 after a serious illness, was not simply the city's premier public artist, he was a...
Tags: Social Issues, John Ruskin, Duke Ellington, Health, Arts
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