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  • Matt Kemp still a Los Angeles Dodger for now

    Matt Kemp still a Los Angeles Dodger for now

    After much speculation from various parties regarding the place where Matt Kemp would end, the rumors were put to bed as the Dodgers made no moves concerning the outfielder. The last 18 games Kemp batted .397, and hit his third home runs in the last two days, along with a game winning single against...
  • UCLA QB Brett Hundley gets advice from Chargers Philip Rivers

    UCLA QB Brett Hundley gets advice from Chargers Philip Rivers

    UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley is entering his most important and impactful year, as he prepares to lead his team on the field in hopes of obtaining a Pac-12 and a BCS national championship. During the off season Hundley was fortunate to attend the Manning Passing Academy where he had an opportunity...
  • GM Mitch Kupchak of the Los Angeles Lakers talks about Kobe Bryant's expectations for his teammates.

    Mitch Kupchak talks about Kobe Bryant’s expectations for Lakers teammates

    Mitch Kupchak talks about Kobe Bryant’s expectations for Lakers teammates Five-time NBA champion Kobe Bryant will attempt to have a bounce back year during the 2014-15 NBA season. Kobe has gone down with season-ending injuries the last two years leaving a lot of uncertainty surrounding the immediate...
  • Los Angeles area’s offbeat tourist attractions

    Los Angeles area’s offbeat tourist attractions

    The West Coast is known for marching to the beat of it’s own drummer. And the tourist attractions in and around Los Angeles certainly reflect that. Forget about your run of the mill history or modern art museums. Los Angeles has a wide array of museums and tourist hotspots that will either leave you...
  • Carmen Lundy redefines classic jazz vocals on ‘Soul To Soul’

    Carmen Lundy redefines classic jazz vocals on ‘Soul To Soul’

    The acclaimed composer, jazz vocalist, producer, arranger and educator Carmen Lundy believes in honesty and sincerity in music. Her artistic passion has guided her around the world, working with numerous musicians such as Geri Allen, Patrice Rushen, Teri Lynne Carrington and many others. So it...
  • Festival of the Chariots pays homage to the Indian Tradition

    Festival of the Chariots pays homage to the Indian Tradition

    California is known for celebrating diversity and different cultures. Los Angeles is one city in the US that will give you a melting pot of different nationalities. The Los Angeles beach cities will host a historic event, recognizing the rich history of the Indian culture and its contribution to the...
  • HARD Summer 2014: Sunday preview

    HARD Summer 2014: Sunday preview

    Both days of the HARD Summer 2014 party are going to be a blast, and Saturday is set to kick things off in style, but Sunday is just as packed. Now that the set times have been released online, you can start to plan your musical adventure, but if you aren't sure who to see, follow this guide as a...
  • A tribute to Walter Trout in Hermosa Beach and San Juan Capistrano

    A tribute to Walter Trout in Hermosa Beach and San Juan Capistrano

    When you think about blues guitarists, Walter Trout may not be the first guy that comes to mind. However, he has certainly left his mark on the world of blues by being a part of some legendary blues bands such as John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers and Canned Heat. Trout is a guy who has lived the...
  • Jeremy Lin doesn't believe he's close to his 'prime' yet

    Jeremy Lin doesn't believe he's close to his 'prime' yet

    The Los Angeles Lakers chose to roll the dice on Jeremy Lin this summer with a need at the point guard position. The team didn't give up much in the trade with the Houston Rockets to get Lin, but the Lakers brass hope he'll be able to make an impact in Los Angeles next season. Although Lin's numbers...
  • Become a radio producer: Join KCRW’s 24 hour Radio Race event

    Become a radio producer: Join KCRW’s 24 hour Radio Race event

    Have you ever dreamed of having your own radio show? For all aspiring producers and radio personalities out there, KCRW’s 24-Hour Radio Race has created a radio competition to pick out the top three best produced shows around the country. KCRW's 24-Hour Radio Race is a chaotic day of creative and...
  • New Lakers head coach Byron Scott says it's 'all about championships' in L.A.

    New Lakers head coach Byron Scott says it's 'all about championships' in L.A.

    After months of speculation, Byron Scott was finally hired as the new head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers this week. Following the announcement of the hiring of the three-time NBA champion, the team officially introduced Scott to the media on Tuesday. Scott was asked a number of different questions...
  • UCLA's Pauley Pavilion washed out by flood

    UCLA's Pauley Pavilion washed out by flood

    After a severe water main break near the UCLA campus, water flooded many buildings including the remodeled historic Pauley Pavilion on Tuesday afternoon. Mopping up and drying out occurred on Wednesday after the pavilion's court was deluged by 10 inches of water when a 93-year-old pipe burst. The...
  • Hollywood Pitch Festival: Network with entertainment execs

    Hollywood Pitch Festival: Network with entertainment execs

    It is time to dust off the ole’ screenplay and sharpen up those networking tricks. Hollywood Pitch Festival is back this summer with their annual pitching and schmoozing networking party. Of course, this is not any ordinary party in the City of Angels. The Hollywood Pitch Festival is an event that...
  • Chris Petersen looks to win with So Cal recruits Hale & Williams

    Chris Petersen looks to win with So Cal recruits Hale & Williams

    Washington Huskies head coach Chris Petersen graduated into the big leagues of the Pac-12 this off season, and looks to elevate the program higher with his Southern California recruits. "Troy [Williams] did a great job in Spring. We only had two quarterbacks in spring with Troy and Jeff Lindquist...
  • Byron Scott returns home to the LA Lakers

    Byron Scott returns home to the LA Lakers

    Former Los Angeles Laker great Byron Scott has finally returned home to the purple and gold, and looks to guide this time back to greatness. Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak introduced Scott to the media on Tuesday morning. "I just want to thank him for his patience the last six or seven weeks...
  • The Legendary voice of Vin Scully returns in 2015

    The Legendary voice of Vin Scully returns in 2015

    The legendary voice of summer Los Angeles Dodgers broadcast announcer Vin Scully will return for his 66th season in 2015. The Dodgers made the announcement on Tuesday night at Dodger Stadium while the Dodgers battled the Atlanta Braves. The news broke during the second inning with SportsNet LA...
  • HARD Summer 2014: Saturday preview

    HARD Summer 2014: Saturday preview

    We are so close to the first day of HARD Summer 2014, and oh what a day it will be. From techno to break-beat, hip-hop to trip-hop, with every other buzzword in between, the first of a two-pronged dance attack starts and ends with some of the best in the business. The lineup is stacked on both days...
  • Mark Guiliana’s label launch & CD release concert at the Blue Whale Aug. 28-29

    Mark Guiliana’s label launch & CD release concert at the Blue Whale Aug. 28-29

    Drummer, composer, bandleader, and educator Mark Guiliana has launched his new record label, Beat Music Productions. The company will hold the label’s new CD release celebrations at The Blue Whale on August 28 and 29, 2014. Show times are 9 p.m. Reservations are recommended. The quartet features...
  • The Dustbowl Revival and Miss Tess play The Bootleg Theater

    The Dustbowl Revival and Miss Tess play The Bootleg Theater

    When you check out The Dustbowl Revival, you'll notice that just about everything about this band is unusual. This is not your standard four-piece band. No, this is an eight-piece band whose instrumentation includes everything from ukulele and tuba to a bass made from the oar of a canoe. Add to that...
  • Los Angeles’ literary landmarks

    Los Angeles’ literary landmarks

    When you think of Los Angeles, you probably think movies before anything else, but novelists and poets have had a long love affair with the City of Angels. You might be surprised at just how literary this sunshiney city really is. If you’re looking for an offbeat travel destination, or just want to...
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