Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Boys of Summer are ‘eternally blue’

Sunday began for me like any other day, just watching the Lakers at OKC on TV while getting ready to cover another event, my first Anaheim Ducks game of the season.  And then I wandered over to my computer during … Continue reading

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Getting ready for the PGA Champions Tour in Newport Beach

It’s just about that time again with the greatest 50 year old and over golfers in the world invading Newport Beach Country Club this week at the Toshiba Classic, one of the best run tournaments on any tour.  A couple of British … Continue reading

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A Long Day in L.A of Championship Golf and NBA All-Stars

I began in the morning heading to Riviera Country Club for the final round of the Northern Trust Open where someone would eventually etch their name alongside Ben Hogan’s as an L.A. champion. 3rd round leader Aaron Baddeley hadn’t won … Continue reading

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Jerry West is immortalized in bronze

How special it was to be just a few feet away from Jerry West being honored with a huge statue in front of Staples Center last night. Mr. Clutch was flanked by his longtime hall of fame Laker teammate and … Continue reading

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The PGA Invades the Palisades

It’s that time again as the PGA Tour’s Northern Trust Open is back at storied Riviera Country Club (aka Hogan’s Alley) in Pacific Palisades (just north-east of Santa Monica).  Your defending champ is Wisconsin native Steve Stricker who’s currently ranked #8 in … Continue reading

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PLAY BALL!!! (preferably much better than last season for the Dodgers)

Spring Training has arrived for us here in So-Cal with pitchers and catchers reporting today in Glendale, Arizona ‘aka’ the new Dodgertown. And as with every team this time of year, the hopes and dreams of winning a World Series … Continue reading

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Super Bowl XLV was SUPER!

It’s all over as the Cheeseburgers beat Rothlisberger 31-25 and I just missed my exact final score prediction of 31-24 Green Bay by a 2 pt. conversion, so no complaints. The game was surrounded by my whirlwind weekend flying into … Continue reading

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