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WatchdogI believe I can speak for everyone on our staff in saying we could have filled another sports section with A-Rod stuff we didn't have room to cover in Tuesday's newspaper. That's why God created the Internet! For example: What......
On the Yankees beatIn thinking about the opener at the new stadium, I wondered if any of the excitement and anticipation had dropped off due to the Yankees having played there already for two exhibition games. But to a person, every player I......
On the Yankees beatWelcome baseball fans! Mark Dwyer here in the Bronx for the inaugural game at the new Yankee Stadium. Click in the box below to view our live blog. Live Blog: Yankee Stadium opener The Yankees' new $1.5 billion home will......
The fans poured into the new Yankee Stadium hours early on Thursday, eager to witness the historic first regular-season game at the new ballpark. One 40-ish man said as he crossed 161st St.: "I haven't been this excited since I was a little kid." The...
sun reporterThe record-setting crowd shouted out its love of Cal Ripken Jr. at yesterday's Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony. But it was when Ripken was expressing love for his family that the usually stoic Orioles great lost his composure. Speaking of his...
Special to The TimesIN "The Same Man: George Orwell and Evelyn Waugh in Love and War," David Lebedoff has pulled off a literary feat. It isn't possible to find two 20th century literary peers who, at first glance, seem more different in ambition, temperament and subject...
Tags: Biography (genre), Jimi Hendrix, Noel Coward, England, Death
Sun reporterOn a perfect summer evening for baseball, in the sport's most venerable cathedral, with nearly 50 of its all-time greats looking on, the 79th All-Star Game simply didn't want the good times to end. The longest midsummer classic, time-wise, in history...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe gig: As city treasurer, De Foor serves as the primary banker, investor and custodian of public funds for Los Angeles and oversees its $7.5-billion investment program. Education: Bachelor's in business administration, University of Notre Dame; MBA,...
In another edition of Ask Paul, our Cubs beat writer answers your questions about Marmol's slump, Marquis vs. Marshall, whether the Fukudome factor is obsolete and other pressing issues. I have noticed that the Cubs starting pitching may not be as deep...
Today, Shermer and Lukianoff finish their Dust-Up with a discussion on lifetime tenure for professors. Previously, they discussed allegations of instructor bias in classrooms, whether it's proper for schools to set limits on the expression of their...
Tribune staff reporterYogi Berra's old adage seldom has seemed as appropriate as it was during the ninth inning of Thursday's showdown at Wrigley Field between the Cubs and Milwaukee. "It ain't over till it's over" proved to be the perfect rallying cry of a team that...
Sun reporterEarlier, whisking nearly 600 mph thousands of feet above Siberia, an airline crew member recognized the flight's most famous passenger. He pulled Cal Ripken Jr. aside, into the service area of the plane and asked for an autograph. But by the time the 13-...
Tags: Cal Ripken, Jr., B.J. Surhoff, Politics, Volleyball, Diplomacy
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