Helene Elliott

Los Angeles Times

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Sports columnist for the Los Angeles Times

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Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti was in the Bay Area this morning, pitching the U.S. Olympic Committee on why our city should host the 2024 summer games.

L.A.’s Olympic Bid

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti was in the Bay Area this morning, pitching the U.S. Olympic Committee on why our city should host the 2024 summer games.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Game one of the Stanley Cup finals takes place tonight here in Los Angeles. Tonight’s opener against the New York Rangers takes place here in L.A. at the Staples Center.

Stanley Cup Preview

Game one of the Stanley Cup finals takes place tonight here in Los Angeles. Tonight’s opener against the New York Rangers takes place here in L.A. at the Staples Center.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Since the Los Angeles Kings stunned the world of professional hockey last year by  winning the Stanley Cup , fans have been waiting impatiently for the next season to open two weeks…

From the Stanley Cup to Empty Ice?

Since the Los Angeles Kings stunned the world of professional hockey last year by winning the Stanley Cup , fans have been waiting impatiently for the next season to open two weeks…

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