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  • 100 cool places in Arizona

    100 cool places in Arizona
    Western Arizona Oatman. If it was good enough for Clark Gable and Carole Lombard on their honeymoon, Oatman should be good enough for you, although it's been 73 years since the Hollywood couple spent their honeymoon night in the allegedly haunted...
  • Baseball for boys and girls

    There are lots of novels about what happens on the baseball diamond, and lots more with baseball as the background to drama off the field. Mike Lupica's particular genius, though, is for getting on the page how sports are not just the games guys play, but...
  • Carne asada -- and Nomar -- get served up for charity at Dodger Stadium

    ON a recent weekend afternoon, under a sky so vivid and crystalline it actually was Dodger blue, a group of fans filled the courtyard outside the loge decks at Dodger Stadium in Chavez Ravine for Carne Asada Sunday. They gathered -- in baseball caps and...
  • Harry Kalas dies at 73; voice of Phillies and NFL Films

    Harry Kalas dies at 73; voice of Phillies and NFL Films
    Harry Kalas, the longtime voice of baseball's Philadelphia Phillies who also had a familiar role as an announcer on NFL radio broadcasts and as the narrator of the league's action for NFL Films, died Monday. He was 73. Kalas, who punctuated innumerable...
  • Fans hope parking fears are off base

    Charitie McArthur says she bleeds Dodger blue. She thinks Vin Scully is a genius, wept with joy when Steve Finley's grand slam clinched a division title in 2004 and scored big when she got married at home plate at Dodger Stadium the following summer. But...
  • The idiosyncratic anchor

    Hot, orange flames were ripping a seam down the south-facing hills of Griffith Park, threatening the newly refurbished observatory and hundreds of posh hillside homes. As always, Hal Fishman was on the air, simultaneously directing coverage and ad-libbing...
  • The furious wisdom of baseball crowds

    ACCORDING TO "The Wisdom of Crowds," a 2004 book by James Surowiecki, pluralistic markets of non-specialist individuals tend to arrive at conclusions and predictions that are reliably more accurate and efficient than those made by experts. Another way...
  • Dinosaur Expert Roy Chapman Andrews Dies

     
    March 12, 1960: Roy Chapman Andrews is not an author I think about very often anymore, but he wrote one of the favorite books of my childhood, “All About Dinosaurs.” I suppose he’s one reason I took all those anthro courses in college. More on the...
  • KFI Expects Big Ratings From Scully and the Dodgers

     
    March 22, 1970: The Dodgers destroyed the Angels in radio ratings. "KFI is salivating over the impending big ratings as Dodger baseball is back," wrote Don Page, The Times' radio columnist. "No personality or single program has ever increased listenership...
  • Dodgers pound Pirates, 10-2; Chad Billingsley comes up strong

     
    Order was restored in the baseball universe Thursday, as PNC Park was once again nearly empty and the Pittsburgh Pirates dropped out of first place. Other than the fact that Eric Collins was in the broadcasting booth while Vin Scully......
  • Vin Scully's Lords of the Ravine - A Los Angeles Dodger Hall of Fame

     
    True Blue L.A. has begun a rather elaborate undertaking to create a Los Angeles Dodger Hall of Fame, which it is calling Vin Scully's Lords of the Ravine. Click the links to see the details. In addition, Mike Scioscia's Tragic......