Noir enthusiast Denise Hamilton proves the undertow of surf culture isn't as fun, fun, fun as you’d think
The phenomenon of UCLA running back Derrick Coleman Jr. goes far beyond remarkable ball handling.
The only all-American cricket team in the country hails from Compton—and they are, in a sense, a gang of their own.
Marquee players cut no ice with GM Dean Lombardi, who says he has just the players he needs for a rally with Sir Stanley.
See the magical elements that make this street-style circus larger than the sum of its parts.
A new kind of circus is upon us. Gone is the grandiose showmanship, and in its place is one that’s more accessible—more “street,” if you will.
Overcoming bullet wounds to his legs was a must-race for track star Bryshon Nellum—and he would not settle for second place.
USC football fans are shocked—shocked!—by their school's severe NCAA sanctions...Turns out they shouldn't be.
Synchro-swim group the Aqualillies channel old Hollywood glamour as they ride the wake of megastar mermaid Esther Williams.
All-Star Dodger Andre Ethier has embraced L.A. in unexpected ways. In our exclusive interview, he dishes on family, faith, fashion...and his favorite foods.
Kobe Bryant strikes an elegant pose as he fields questions on his basketball mortality and getting used to flying in helicopters.
Bruin pitching phenom Gerrit Cole—a die-hard Yankee fan—said no to a massive offer from New York's MLB powerhouse. But why?
To bring skateboarding back to its roots, Steve Berra and Eric Koston founded the Berrics, a private skate park at a downtown L.A. warehouse, to give the pros a place to practice and to film videos without police interference.
Sorry, Jerry Buss won't sell the Lakers no matter how much you offer. But now meet Buss' six children, who stand to inherit the franchise from their father.
Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf volley on raising two kids in Las Vegas and raising money for their charitable endeavors, the Andre Agassi College Preparatory Academy and Andre Agassi Foundation and Graf's Children for Tomorrow.
The combination of a great team, a great Spanish player and a city with a large Latino population has turned Fiesta Lakers from a street fair into a full-blown festival.
The star basketball guard and L.A. native talks to John Ireland about growing up in Los Angeles, his friendship with Cash Warren, playing for the Clippers and much more.
The former Laker talks about revitalizing neighborhoods, employing minorities and his new book, 32 Ways to Be a Champion in Business.
With Rick Neuheisel as UCLA's new head football coach, how worried is USC's Pete Carroll about how his Trojans will fare?