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  • Great American ballparks: Diamonds are forever

    Summer has finally arrived, and I don't know what your plans are, but mine are in full swing. In June, I went to Seattle for a first look at that city's snazzy ballpark. In a month, I'll be in New York to see one last game at Yankee Stadium. Fifteen...
  • Teacher instills a love of words, but the lesson is about life

    Teacher instills a love of words, but the lesson is about life
    Phil Holmes, one of the great English teachers of his generation, is standing before a class of high school seniors, trampling all over their self-esteem. It is a Thursday in October, not long into the school year. Holmes gazes out at his class, his...
  • Chavez Ravine's blades of glory

    Chavez Ravine's blades of glory
    There are some things you never forget. Your first kiss. Your first fish. I'll never forget the February day, just two months ago, when I took a peek at what I expected to be the vivid greenscape of Dodger Stadium and discovered instead a giant sandbox,...
  • James H. Warsaw dies at 61; entrepreneur helped advance sports as a business

    James H. Warsaw, a Newport Beach entrepreneur who helped change the perception of sports from games with bats and balls to a business of dollars and cents, has died. He was 61. Warsaw died Wednesday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles of...
  • John Harris Burt dies at 91; former rector at Pasadena's All Saints Episcopal Church

    John Harris Burt dies at 91; former rector at Pasadena's All Saints Episcopal Church
    John Harris Burt, a retired bishop who advanced a tradition of social activism at Pasadena’s All Saints Episcopal Church with his bold support of the civil rights movement when he was rector in the 1960s, died Oct. 20 at his home on Lake Superior...
  • Finally, Pakistan's prime minister reveals where Osama bin Laden isn't

     
    Yousaf Raja Gilani tells CNN's Wolf Blitzer he doesn't know where al Qaeda's leader is but he knows for sure he's not in Pakistan. Also, he could be dead or alive....
  • Baseball: Harvard-Westlake field takes shape

     
    For about $700,000, North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake is building a new baseball facility at the Franklin Field complex in Encino, and the work is going fast. Coach Matt LaCour happened to be at the field Tuesday morning and gave me a......
  • Angels to visit Wrigley Field in 2010; schedule is released

     
    The Angels will open the 2010 season with a seven-game home stand against the Minnesota Twins and Oakland Athletics, according to Major League Baseball, which released the master schedule today. The season opener in Angel Stadium will be April 5.......
  • Holy cow! The Angels go to Wrigley Field!

     
    The Angels play at Wrigley Field next year, according to the 2010 schedule released this morning by Major League Baseball. The Angels visit the Chicago Cubs for a June 18-20 series. The Angels' interleague schedule also includes the Dodgers (June......
  • It's price-tag time for Lackey

     
    This is a huge series for the Angels, but it might be even bigger for John Lackey. Already widely acknowledged as the most impressive pitcher in the upcoming free-agent market, Lackey will sign a lucrative multi-year deal with someone, no......
  • L.A. Welcomes Victorious Dodgers

     
    Oct. 9, 1959 In their second season in Los Angeles, the Dodgers turned to a very local hero en route to winning the World Series. Larry Sherry, who played baseball for Fairfax High before joining the Dodgers' farm system, turned in another outstanding...