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  • LA Kings announce details of 2018 golf tournament

    LA Kings announce details of 2018 golf tournament

    The Los Angeles Kings have announced plans for their 2018 golf tournament. It will take place on Oct. 1 at the Zaharias Course in Industry, Calif. Proceeds of their tournament go to the Los Angeles Kings Care Foundation.  The tournament begins at 9 a.m. with registration, putting contest and an open...
  • Maxwell announces 50 Intimate Nights Live fall 2018 tour

    Maxwell announces 50 Intimate Nights Live fall 2018 tour

    Maxwell is heading out on tour this fall with a massive 50-show North American trek scheduled to begin on Sept. 27 in Richmond, Virginia. The upcoming run named the 50 Intimate Nights Live Tour, will take the neo-soul singer across the United States and Canada throughout the fall months and into...
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    Legends of Laurel Canyon come out in support of the 6th annual Love Street Festival

    Today, there is plenty that lingers long on “Love Street,” such as the Laurel Canyon Country Store; it’s still a place where “the creatures meet.” Jim Morrison first wrote the lyrics to the song “Love Street” when he was living in Laurel Canyon 50 years ago. The sixth annual Love Street Festival...
  • Michael Beasley lauds Lakers’ roster

    Michael Beasley lauds Lakers’ roster

     By adding a plethora of big-name veterans on 1-year deals, Magic Johnson has received scrutiny for his construction of the Los Angeles Lakers’ roster. Mainly, how will these personalities mesh with LeBron James and each other? Michael Beasley, the organization’s latest addition, defended the moves...
  • JaVale McGee dreaming big with Los Angeles Lakers

    JaVale McGee dreaming big with Los Angeles Lakers

    The Los Angeles Lakers have spent the offseason loading up on athletic and skilled veterans. Magic Johnson and Rob Pelinka have handed out 1-year deals to mercurial players like Rajon Rondo, Lance Stephenson, Michael Beasley, and JaVale McGee. The quartet, known as much for their on-court prowess as...
  • Tobias Harris anticipating big season with LA Clippers

    Tobias Harris anticipating big season with LA Clippers

    When the LA Clippers traded Blake Griffin to the Detroit Pistons, the return centered around versatile forward Tobias Harris. While not yet considered a star, Harris believes he has the potential to reach that level. Heading into the 2018-19 season, Harris is gambling on himself. According to NBA...
  • Watch: 49 seconds with Portugal. The Man

    Watch: 49 seconds with Portugal. The Man

    Portugal. The Man have had a busy year—from playing the main stage at Coachella to playing at the Santa Barbara Bowl the week after—the band has been touring nonstop since their last album release, Woodstock.  Watch: Portugal. The Man discuss how everyone knows their song, but not them In the midst...
  • Montrezl Harrell re-signs with LA Clippers

    Montrezl Harrell re-signs with LA Clippers

    The LA Clippers reached an agreement with a pivotal member of their rotation from a season ago, signing big man Montrezl Harrell. According to ESPN, Harrell agreed to a 2-year, $12 million deal.  Originally a second-round draft pick with the Houston Rockets, Harrell arrived in LA as part of the...
  • Lakers sign Michael Beasley

    Lakers sign Michael Beasley

    The Los Angeles Lakers have added another rotation piece to the mix. Magic Johnson and Rob Pelinka inked versatile scoring forward Michael Beasley to a 1-year deal. The deal, which adds Beasley to a crowded lineup, is set to pay him $3.5 million.  The Lakers’ front office has made a multitude of...
  • Interview: Los Angeles hard rockers Void Vator on tour behind new EP 'Dehumanized'

    Interview: Los Angeles hard rockers Void Vator on tour behind new EP 'Dehumanized'

    When Void Vator lead singer Lucas Kanopa sings “break down the walls” on “No Return,” a cut from the band’s new EP Dehumanized, he’s speaking metaphorically. But the LA-based hard rock band has just embarked on their Southwest Express Tour to promote the EP, and fans and venues from Nevada to Texas...
  • Love Street Festival returns to Laurel Canyon on July 22, honoring The Doors. The celebration marks the 50th anniversary of Waiting for the

    The Love Street Festival returns in its sixth year honoring The Doors

    The Love Street Festival is returning for year number six, celebrating The Doors, in honor of the 50th anniversary of “Love Street.” The song, from their No. 1 album, Waiting for the Sun, was penned by Jim Morrison and released in 1968. It references the famous street in Laurel Canyon, where he once...
  • Cat Power announces new album 'Wanderer' and world tour

    Cat Power announces new album 'Wanderer' and world tour

    Chan Marshall aka Cat Power has announced her next studio album as the follow up to 2012’s Sun. The alternative rock singer and guitarist announced on Wednesday that she’ll be releasing an 11-song album on Oct. 5 titled Wanderer. The news of her upcoming 10th studio album earlier this afternoon also...
  • Kawhi Leonard trade a win for the Lakers

    Kawhi Leonard trade a win for the Lakers

    The Los Angeles Lakers were not directly involved with the Kawhi Leonard trade, but there are multiple ramifications that could benefit the organization in the long-term. With news that the Toronto Raptors traded DeMar DeRozan, Jakob Poeltl, and a protected first-round pick to the San Antonio Spurs...
  • Lakers’ Josh Hart named Summer League MVP

    Lakers’ Josh Hart named Summer League MVP

    The Los Angeles Lakers earned the distinction of having another player named Summer League MVP. A year after point guard Lonzo Ball took home the honors, swingman Josh Hart was named the most outstanding player at this year’s Las Vegas-based event. Hart was bestowed with the award prior to the...
  • Luke Walton meets with Tyronn Lue to discuss coaching LeBron James

    Luke Walton meets with Tyronn Lue to discuss coaching LeBron James

    Luke Walton, Los Angeles Lakers head coach, has used the NBA’s Las Vegas Summer League to take notes on what it will be like to coach LeBron James next season. Walton sat down with Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue to start preparing for what will likely be a whirlwind season for the new...
  • Lakers continue to thrive in Las Vegas Summer League

    Lakers continue to thrive in Las Vegas Summer League

    If the Los Angeles Lakers continue on their current upward trajectory, they can attribute a fair amount of their success to the Las Vegas Summer League. Josh Hart exploded for 37 points and rookie Svi Mykhailiuk poured in 31 to lead the Lakers past the Cleveland Cavaliers in a double-overtime...
  • Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats heading to Greek Theatre with Nikki Lane on Aug. 15

    Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats heading to Greek Theatre with Nikki Lane on Aug. 15

    Denver-based folk rock artist Nathaniel Rateliff, along with his band The Night Sweats, are making their return to the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on Aug. 15. Joining Rateliff is the "Highway Queen" Nikki Lane, who AXS interviewed last year ahead of her own headlining tour. Check out the video with...
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    Concern Foundation’s 44th Annual Block Party brings live entertainment to the Paramount Studios backlot

    Celebrating 50 years, Concern Foundation (an organization devoted to the fight against cancer), held its annual fundraiser on the backlot of Paramount Studios in Hollywood over the weekend. The July 14 event welcomed thousands of people to the most exclusive block party in existence, offering up...
  • The Paper Kites announce dates for ‘Where You Live’ North American fall tour

    The Paper Kites announce dates for ‘Where You Live’ North American fall tour

    Australian rock outfit The Paper Kites have shared their touring plans in support of what will be their second studio release of 2018 when On the Corner Where You Live arrives on Sept. 21. The Where You Live Tour is partially named after the upcoming album, and will begin in Los Angeles with a gig...
  • LA Clippers hosting strong backcourt competition

    LA Clippers hosting strong backcourt competition

    After an injury-plagued first season in the NBA, LA Clippers guard Milos Teodosic is expected back with the team in 2018-19. According to the LA Times, Teodosic, who missed significant portions of the season while battling plantar fasciitis, will be retained, despite a log-jam in the backcourt...
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