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Vaccinated people will get 85% of the tickets for the Bowl’s 2021 season, which includes Christina Aguilera, Yo-Yo Ma and “Black Panther” live.
The Hollywood Bowl has announced its 2021 season lineup after an unprecedented 18 months dark due to the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s what’s on tap for summer fun seekers.
After a canceled season in 2020 — the first in 98 years — the Bowl will reopen with free shows for healthcare, grocery and other essential workers.
The death of Pop Smoke stunned the music world last year. Now, new details of the slaying and how detectives tracked his alleged killers have come to light.
After Trump separated children from their families, they’ve gotten crucial therapy, paid for by the government. But the future of those services is up in the air.
Former Lakers player and general manager Jerry West sat down with Los Angeles Times sports writer Broderick Turner to talk about Kobe Bryant’s induction into the NBA Hall of Fame and what Bryant meant to him.
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The current generation of NBA stars, including Klay Thompson, Trae Young and Jrue Holiday, talk about Kobe Bryant’s influence on the game of basketball.
Kim Ng returns to Dodger Stadium for the first time Friday as the new Miami Marlins GM, using skills she picked up in L.A. to bolster a team on a budget.
Playing far away from home on MLS and other U.S.-based teams can be a stressful experience for overseas soccer players not used to American culture.
The Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Champion award will honor NBA players committed to community action, social change and justice.
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