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Steve Soboroff's famous typewriter collection has many stories to tell
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- Steve Soboroff still becomes awestruck when he thinks about how he got here. As he stands in a museum surrounded by 33 typewriters that were owned by some of the world's most famous (John Lennon and Ernest Hemingway) and infamous ("Unabomber" Ted Kaczynski and "Dr. Death"
Why so much of Dodgers' Brooklyn history resides in Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES -- Gary Cypres didn't set out to build a sports museum. It just kind of happened organically. Well, as organically as amassing more than 10,000 items worth more than $30 million inside a 32,000-square-foot downtown Los Angeles warehouse could be. "This is sophisticated hoarders," Cypres
Behind the scenes: Rob Manfred
Robert D. Manfred Jr., the man designated to replace Bud Selig as Major League Baseball's 10th commissioner, is familiar to American sports fans only in lawyerly snippets on the big stage. His notable cameos include an appearance at a congressional committee investigating steroid use in 2005 and a
Dodgers not done making moves
SAN DIEGO -- It isn't true that while you were eating breakfast, the Los Angeles Dodgers made another trade. But by lunch? Um, I wouldn't bet against them. If you thought the Dodgers were going to spend the rest of the winter meetings moping about not signing Jon Lester , well, their action-packed
Family Sues LA Dodgers for Parking Lot Brawl
Bryan Stow is suing the baseball team for having insufficient security the night he was beaten into a coma outside Dodgers Stadium.
How will Silver respond to Sterling?
Eighty-five days. That's the extent of the grace period Adam Silver -- the NBA's rookie commissioner, who started Feb. 1 -- was plunged into his first crisis. The scope and furor of the scandal brought on by the racist comments made allegedly by Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling is such
The NBA's Options in Dealing With Donald Sterling
Can the NBA Suspend or Expel the Clippers Owner for Alleged Racist Remarks?
Magic Johnson offers help to Lakers
Always the businessman, Magic Johnson is ready to do whatever it takes to sell the Los Angeles Lakers to free agents and help the team return to its banner ways. But Johnson said the ball is in the court of owner Jim Buss, GM Mitch Kupchak and coach Mike D'Antoni to make that happen. "I've been in
Dodgers' Former CEO Disputes $131M Divorce Settlement
Jamie McCourt wants judge to rescind settlement after ex-husband sold baseball team for $2.15 billion.