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  • Stanley Cup champions L.A. Kings announce new radio home

    Stanley Cup champions L.A. Kings announce new radio home
    Now comes the financial byproduct of winning another Stanley Cup. The business side of the Los Angeles Kings franchise has successfully capitalized on the team's stirring run to its second Stanley Cup championship in the last three seasons. First off,...
  • AEG to consolidate L.A. offices by leasing former warehouse downtown

    AEG to consolidate L.A. offices by leasing former warehouse downtown
    International sports and entertainment behemoth AEG has agreed to consolidate its Los Angeles offices by leasing a historic former warehouse near downtown's LA Live. AEG will move more than 500 employees of its AEG Live and AXS Ticketing divisions...
  • Michael Jackson death: Five years later, fans still come out

    Michael Jackson death: Five years later, fans still come out
    Five years after Michael Jackson died from an overdose of a powerful anesthetic, his legacy endures among legions of fans, some of whom continue to travel from across the globe to honor the pop legend's memory at his final resting place in Glendale....
  • Preparations for BET Experience event reach fever pitch

     Preparations for BET Experience event reach fever pitch
    Days before the Friday launch of the second annual BET Experience, L.A. Live was packed with workers feverishly getting ready for the three-day festival. Inside Staples Center, crews were preparing the arena for a weekend of shows that will include...
  • No NFL team, no new Convention Center? L.A. needs a Plan B.

    No NFL team, no new Convention Center? L.A. needs a Plan B.
    In four months, the proposal by Anschutz Entertainment Group to build a downtown football stadium will expire if an NFL team is not committed to play at the venue. That's too bad; this page had supported the idea, which seems to be going nowhere. One of...
  • Why the Future of E3 May Not Involve Los Angeles

    The Electronic Entertainment Expo, the videogame industry's largest convention, could leave Los Angeles. If it does, it would cost the city $40 million a year in revenue. The Entertainment Software Assn., which owns E3 -- this is the event's 20th...
  • Downtown condo shortage shuts out buyers

    Downtown condo shortage shuts out buyers
    Cranes dot the skyline in downtown Los Angeles as upscale hotels, hip restaurants and apartments signal a new wave of revitalization. But if new arrivals want to become homeowners, tough luck. Surging demand, combined with a lull in condo construction,...
  • Steinberg: L.A. NFL franchise is long overdue

    Back in 1994, I was co-chairman of the "Save the Rams" committee comprised of 150 local businessmen and political figures fighting to keep the franchise from moving to St. Louis. We succeeded in securing an initial NFL vote at the league meeting to block...
  • Standing in the shadows of Staples Center

    Standing in the shadows of Staples Center
    The steps that lead to the soul of Los Angeles' glittering sports palace were first taken in bowling shoes. Long before Lee Zeidman ran Staples Center, he worked at Simi Bowl, where he learned happiness didn't involve colorful balls or clattering pins,...
  • L.A. to hold U.S. Olympic marathon trials

    L.A. to hold U.S. Olympic marathon trials
    Los Angeles has been awarded the 2016 men's and women's Olympic marathon trials, a prestigious event that fits the city's hope of bringing the Summer Games back in 2024. The U.S. Olympic Team Trials-Marathon will be held Feb. 13, 2016, and will...
  • Coachella festival's luxuries eclipsing its music and arts

    Coachella festival's luxuries eclipsing its music and arts
    When the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival launched 15 years ago, creature comforts included any small slice of shade cast by the odd light pole, the occasional working toilet and maybe somewhere to sit other than the dusty desert floor. Today,...