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It's opening day at Dodger Stadium today. Patch file photo.
Snow April 6, 2014 at 10:37 am
Whoa-- fellas- you do know the Patch fired almost ALL their editors and now have just a few coveringRead More gee- how many do you have to cover now, Penny? When at first it was 1 maybe 2? This is a case of shoot the messenger. Hey Penny, you are welcome to come over to the East Coast anytime, we give our editors more respect. Now- I must return...for I have a tendency to melt in this part of the country. Just for fun sake ---how about them Red Sox??
Eric Dee April 6, 2014 at 12:47 pm
Snow, We know and the messenger is AOL! And yeah their style is cheap!
Penny Arévalo (Editor) April 6, 2014 at 01:00 pm
Well, thanks for the respect, Snow (I think). BTW, "fired" is not a appropriate word. TheyRead More were layoffs. And we're no longer owned by AOL. We do have great plans to change up how we cover our territory, but it won't involve losing millions of dollars a year. So we're in transition. I do thank all the readership for hanging with us. That's been very appreciated. Stay tuned! :-)
Val Streit March 12, 2014 at 05:37 pm
Not enough Gatorade and lack of cups at some hydration stations were due in part for all theRead More problems.
Twitter photo of the L.A. Marathon 2014.
Henry Xavier March 10, 2014 at 09:05 am
yea, its ten going on like that for a while. The churches and business suffer but lets enjoy the theRead More race. K? thanks. Come by and join the dream center or Angelus Temple a born again christian church at Echo Park. peace. H.X.
George March 11, 2014 at 02:11 pm
It was quite exciting 7 fun! Can't wait til next year! I rode the bike.
mimi March 14, 2014 at 04:30 pm
The marathon is a nice tradition. What s not so nice is the damn fool with the bull horn at theRead More finish line. He begins screaming at 8 am and continues until 3 pm. He wakes up everyone in the building with windows facing Ocean Avenue at the California Incline. Same damn thing every year. I wish he would wait until 9 or 10 am, when the runners actually cross the finish line. My kitties are disgusted. Me too.
Dodgers players celebrate their win against the Arizona Diamondbacks. The win assures the Dodger's place in postseason play. (Credit: MLB.com screenshot)
George September 20, 2013 at 10:50 pm
OK. They are division champs. They have been here before in recent years with the former owner. NowRead More lets see if they can get it to a world series win. Them we can celebrate!
The city is preparing for another round of major construction at West Hollywood Park.
judson greene May 25, 2013 at 08:14 pm
So, let's get this straight... A red building massively inappropriate to the area, red buildingRead More owner wins right to place a mini century city, a parking lot with 3 shelves for books attached, a 5 story recreation center with parking cause approximately 3800 spots are not used that already exist and where are the EIR's that qualify any of these buildings that show there is water and water reserves that don't impact an already overtaxed water system running out of water and not only electricity but electricity reserves that we know are non-existent because path 15 won't allow anymore power to pushed down here. More importantly, how the hell is anyone going to move north on San Vicente, south on San Vicente, east on Santa Monica Blvd., west on Santa Monica Blvd, left turn south from the Blvd. to San Vicente south or right onto San Vicente coming east on Santa Monica Blvd. When were the neighborhoods directly impacted noticed that yet another building site was going to be pushed down our throats with pylons, cement trucks lined up everywhere, noise abatements gone largely ignored and finally are we to assume that ONLY West Hollywood residents benefit from this or is this something else everybody else gets to use and we pay for?
George May 27, 2013 at 10:30 am
I'm excited about the AIDS monument! This is something long overdue. I was disappointed the fountainRead More at Hollaway and Santa Monica Blvd., which cost millions was not dedicated to our brothers and sisters who died of this terrible disease. The fountain was instead dedicated to a former deceased council member who was a veteran, so that was good also. I'm just glad they are building a monument at the park and that the people lost to AIDS will not be forgotten. Not sure about the other renovations? That property seems small for all that stuff but whatever?
joninla May 30, 2013 at 04:23 pm
Doesn't both reason and budget suggest the far more obvious and better solution, as suggested above.Read More MOVE BASKETBALL COURTS TO THE ROOFTOP, AND PUT THE POOL AT GROUND LEVEL. HOW MUCH MORE WILL IT COST TO BUILD A STRUCTURE THAT CAN SUPPORT 2 ROOF SWIMMING POOLS, THAN FLAT BASKET BALL COURTS THAT CAN BE FENCED ON ALL 4 SIDES TO PREVENT PLAYERS FROM BAD SHOTS.
RTL October 5, 2012 at 03:35 pm
This "game" is more brutal and barbaric than football. I remember getting my fingerRead More sprained in Dodgeball by someone in junior high school. My finger was in a cast for weeks. Some schools ban this "sport" for it's nothing but war games. Since this is a voluntary team, it's okay. But to allow P.E. teachers to require students to participate in this sport is insane. My school pared up really skinny kids next to people twice their size, strength, and athletic ability. That was truly cruel and insane to do. I only support this "sport" if it's 100 percent voluntary in nature.