There he is, aging right before my eyes. In the churchy light of early morning, I can see the peach fuzz emerging on his face. Pre-whiskers. What's next? A pimple? Puberty? Dear Gawwwwd.
So much of life is plain ugly (cell towers made to look like trees) or vaporous (Masahiro Tanaka's elbow, or that little Italian village I just purchased on eBay).
What's more important to a child's development: books or moms?
I'm paddling through the playground of the great white shark about 100 yards offshore, just south of Manhattan Beach Pier, straight out from that first lifeguard stand, roughly the site of Saturday's attack.
Bull riding, chuckwagon races, midway rides, crocodile sliders and Shania Twain: Pack your cowboy gear for the Calgary Stampede, where the Old West meets the new in a rousing 10-day spectacle.
She is turning 31 and is full of blarney, with a flash of summer lightning in the eyes.
All aboard! The mock pirate ship that sank during a fierce winter storm is back on the low seas of Big Bear Lake.
The Lakers are losing another player to free agency. Guard Kent Bazemore, acquired by the Lakers before the February trade deadline for point guard Steve Blake, will sign a two-year, $4-million deal with the Atlanta Hawks, according to his agent Austin Walton. The Lakers held Bazemore's "Early Bird" rights, which would have enabled them to pay him up to $5.6 million even after using their cap room this summer. The team also could have made Bazemore a restricted free agent in June with a $1.1-million qualifying offer, but chose to let him go unrestricted. In 23 games for the Lakers, Bazemore averaged 13.1 points and 3.1 assists, shooting 45.1% from the field. His season...