Despite beach closures and race cancellations, paddlers from the throughout Southern California kept the stoke alive by gathering at Two Harbors on Catalina Island on Saturday morning and paddled 32 miles to the Manhattan Beach pier.
by Paul Teetor Remember the Battle in the Bubble that was supposed to pit the Lakers against the Clippers in the Western Conference Finals — with the winner advancing to the NBA Finals? The series the LA Times and other local media treated as an inevitability, an epic match-up to look forward to during August […]
Former NBA great Paul Westphal is only 69 and still as whippet-thin and physically fit as he was in his prime not so long ago. But he’s been stricken with brain cancer.
Manhattan Beach’s Super Sports survive tough times for brick-and-mortar retail, and now the coronavirus pandemic, by maintaining a close relationship with customers.
In recent years it has become trendy in NBA media circles to argue that the Lakers LeBron James is no longer the undisputed best player in the world.
Pandemic cancels International Surf Festival, but not Surf Festival traditions.
This year’s standout high school surfers were recognized during a recent virtual awards ceremony presented by the South Bay Scholastic Surfing Association (SBSSA), with technical and financial assistance from the South Bay Boardriders Club.
The Lakers, Clippers, Dodgers, Rams and Chargers — and yes, even the Angels – start their quests for a championship in this strangest of all professional sports seasons.