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Late equalizer gives San Jose 1-1 draw at Los Angeles – Washington Times

Late equalizer gives San Jose 1-1 draw at Los AngelesWashington TimesCARSON, California (AP) – San Jose’s Fatai Alashe scored a late equalizer to give the Earthquakes a 1-1 draw at Los Angeles in Major League Soccer on Sunday. Alashe ran to the top of the 6-yard box and his header, off Chad Barrett’s cross, found […]

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LA Lakers Rumors: Paul George Traded To The Los Angeles As Benjamin Simmons Wants To Be Drafted By Lakers – The Inquisitr

The InquisitrThe Los Angeles Lakers are ready for an offseason that is going to be just as busy for them as a regular season hunt for the playoffs. With the second overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft, they have a number of options as to what they can do with it, and … and […]

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Space shuttle fuel tank completes journey across Los Angeles – CBS News

CBS NewsLOS ANGELES — A huge fuel tank from the Space Shuttle program completed an unusual odyssey in Los Angeles Saturday night. Crews cut no corners in relocating a massive space shuttle fuel tank — the size of half a football field — across 16-miles of …Space Shuttle Fuel Tank Arrives After Slow Roll Through […]

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Five things to know about the Los Angeles Angels, including no count is ever a bad count for Mike Trout – Dallas Morning News (blog)

Dallas Morning News (blog)Los Angeles Angels center fielder Mike Trout (27) reacts emotionally after sliding in safely with a triple to lead off the ninth inning, as Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre (29) stands by. Trout scored on Albert Pujols hit, giving the Angels a …Jered Weaver’s solid start helps Angels beat Orioles and […]

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Former Megadeth drummer dies after collapsing during Los Angeles gig – AOL News

AOL NewsMay 22 (Reuters) – Nick Menza, a former drummer for the heavy metal band Megadeth, died at age 51 after collapsing on stage at a Los Angeles club late on Saturday, a family spokesman said on Sunday. Menza collapsed while performing with his current …Former Megadeth drummer Nick Menza dies after collapsing on stageThe […]

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Calvin Thomas Conservative Racism Shows On Twitter

Calvin Thomas Conservative Racism Shows On Twitter - Video

Wow. Calvin Thomas, the conservative columnist,is really racist on Twitter. I accused him of defending Washington politicians when some were accused of child trafficking and he claims he was defending them from abortionists who were killing black babies? Wild. Then he says I was mentioning black folks when none of my tweets did. Okay!
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Calvin Thomas Conservative Racism Shows On Twitter

Calvin Thomas Conservative Racism Shows On Twitter - Video

Wow. Calvin Thomas, the conservative columnist,is really racist on Twitter. I accused him of defending Washington politicians when some were accused of child trafficking and he claims he was defending them from abortionists who were killing black babies? Wild. Then he says I was mentioning black folks when none of my tweets did. Okay!
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Former Megadeth drummer dies after collapsing during Los Angeles gig – Daily Mail

Daily MailMay 22 (Reuters) – Nick Menza, a former drummer for the heavy metal band Megadeth, died at age 51 after collapsing on stage at a Los Angeles club late on Saturday, a family spokesman said on Sunday. Menza collapsed while performing with his current …Former Megadeth drummer Nick Menza dies after collapsing on stageThe […]

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NBA Rumors: Will The Los Angeles Lakers Trade The No. 2 Draft Pick For An Impact Veteran? Sacramento And … – The Inquisitr

The InquisitrThe Los Angeles Lakers got kind of lucky with the draft lottery but ultimately may not keep the pick. Mark Medina of the Los Angeles Daily News,Kevin Ding of Bleacher Report, and Chad Ford of ESPN believes that there is a good chance that the Lakers … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles […]

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Calvin Harris hospitalized after Los Angeles car crash – 6abc.com

6abc.comMusician Calvin Harris was hospitalized following a car crash in Los Angeles Friday night, according to authorities. The DJ was on his way to the airport when a Volkswagen Bug crossed the center line and crashed into the SUV he was in, according to …Musician Calvin Harris injured in Los Angeles car crashThe GuardianCalvin Harris […]

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Steven Gerrard and wife Alex to ‘quit’ Los Angeles and come home soon – Liverpool Echo

Liverpool EchoSteven Gerrard book signing at the John Lennon Art and Design Building, Liverpool John Moores University. FORMER Liverpool FC captain Steven Gerrard is set to return to Merseyside after ‘tiring’ of life in Los Angeles, according to reports. The Daily …Alex and Steven Gerrard set to leave Los Angeles due to ‘homesicknes’Daily Star all […]

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Los Angeles, Jewish Film Festival Means Legacy with Obligation – Jerusalem Post Israel News (blog)

Jerusalem Post Israel News (blog)There are all kind of film festivals and there is the Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival (LAJFF), a program of Tribe Media, the publisher of the Jewish Journal. On May 18th 2016, at the Steve Tisch Cinema Center at the Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills … and more …read more From:: Los […]

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Ruby Rose dons edgy ensemble as she jets into Los Angeles – Daily Mail

Daily MailShe is known to write her own rules when it comes to style and Saturday was no different for Ruby Rose. The 30-year-old Orange Is The New Black star wore a pair of distinctive gold heeled boots as she negotiated the airport in Los Angeles. The … and more …read more From:: Los Angeles […]

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SNTIC Gives LVCC Expansion Priority Over Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium

SNTIC Gives LVCC Expansion Priority Over Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium - Video

SNTIC Gives LVCC Expansion Priority Over Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Oakland Raiders Owner Mark Davis was treated like Moses who came from the promised land of the NFL to Las Vegas to bless the city and Clark County and Nevada with the promise of a pro football team - his own. He wowed the media at Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval's Southern Nevada Tourism And Infrastructure Commission when he spoke on April 28th. Many of the reports coming out of that meeting would have you believe the Raiders were already packing up and leaving Oakland for Las Vegas. Formalities like the $750 million hotel tax subsidy that Mark Davis, Majestic Reallty, and billionaire Sheldon Adelson's Las Vegas Sands Corp were asking for were completely ignored by all but the local newspaper reporter from the Las Vegas Daily Review - and that person works for Sheldon Adelson. Still, SNTIC website posts and reports contained clear warnings that Davis and Adelson were far from getting what they wanted. The media was so obsessed with what the NFL would do with Davis proposal, it forgot to even learn if a $1.4 billion stadium mostly paid for by hotel taxes was what Nevada and Las Vegas really wanted? One NFL media type even remarked on Twitter "We shall see this summer", even as I told him the fate of Davis proposal would be determined on May 26th, and not later. He, liked others, automatically assumed Davis proposal was going straight to the Nevada Legislature in a special session. The page for the Governor's commission's website provided warning: that, on May 26th 2016, the group would prioritize which project was most important to implement first. Well, a simple visit to the website now will reveal that answer: the expansion of The Las Vegas Convention Center. In letters larger than the rest, the desire to give the go-ahead for this much-need new phase is described like this: "Convention Center Legislature Recommendation". Then, below those words are these: "Stadium Proposal Follow-Up". In other words, the Commission has not even finished, let alone really fully started, analysis of Davis' proposal. Indeed, the consultant to the commission intended to have an analysis, but what was out on the website are two documents that are very damaging to Mark Davis' desire to have his team in Sin City. One document describes the percentage of public money that the Mark Davis proposal calls for, and compares that to other NFL Stadiums - the Davis proposal would result in the largest tax subsidy in NFL history. And that does not include the $200 million from tax increment financing - add that (and that is a conservative estimate) and the subsidy is almost at, if not over, $1 billion. The other document details the process of evaluating the 42 acre UNLV site that is next to two runways at McClarren International Airport - that calls for far more than height constraints and noise concerns. The whole of what needs to be looked at, alone, points to a process that could take four months to complete. And if that UNLV site is not used, then it's not as if other sites will not have their own issues that have to be worked out. Nevada is not going to hold up investing in the growth of its convention and tourism industry for the development of a football stadium, even if it's for the NFL. Mark Davis Has An Oakland Lease Problem The minutes from the April 28th meeting reveal another problem for Mark Davis: the lease the Oakland Raiders signed contains what the Coliseum Joint Powers Authority Executive Director Soctt McKibben has called "warrants" or markers to determine where both the team and the City of Oakland and Alameda County were in progress toward a new stadium at the Coliseum. Davis told the SNTIC that his intent was to play the Raiders in Oakland for the three year lease and then move to Las Vegas. The problem is that's not what the Coliseum JPA lease calls for. If the Raiders are in violation of the lease or about to be, is up to the NFL and the City of Oakland, but from this blogger's perspective, it certainly looks like Davis is close to being in that position. It's one thing to make a statement pointing to a possible violation, but on the other hand the last time the Raiders suggested they might break the Coliseum Master Lease agreement was 1997, and the City of Oakland did sue the Raiders on that basis. Right now, Oakland has no stomach to file a lawsuit against the Raiders, preferring to handle the problem behind closed doors. But will the NFL allow a member club to act in what its host community believes is a less than good faith manner? The NFL Relocation Bylaws call for good faith bargaining - something Oakland Officials have told me the Raiders have not done to date. Stay tuned.
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SNTIC Gives LVCC Expansion Priority Over Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium

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SNTIC Gives LVCC Expansion Priority Over Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Oakland Raiders Owner Mark Davis was treated like Moses who came from the promised land of the NFL to Las Vegas to bless the city and Clark County and Nevada with the promise of a pro football team - his own. He wowed the media at Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval's Southern Nevada Tourism And Infrastructure Commission when he spoke on April 28th. Many of the reports coming out of that meeting would have you believe the Raiders were already packing up and leaving Oakland for Las Vegas. Formalities like the $750 million hotel tax subsidy that Mark Davis, Majestic Reallty, and billionaire Sheldon Adelson's Las Vegas Sands Corp were asking for were completely ignored by all but the local newspaper reporter from the Las Vegas Daily Review - and that person works for Sheldon Adelson. Still, SNTIC website posts and reports contained clear warnings that Davis and Adelson were far from getting what they wanted. The media was so obsessed with what the NFL would do with Davis proposal, it forgot to even learn if a $1.4 billion stadium mostly paid for by hotel taxes was what Nevada and Las Vegas really wanted? One NFL media type even remarked on Twitter "We shall see this summer", even as I told him the fate of Davis proposal would be determined on May 26th, and not later. He, liked others, automatically assumed Davis proposal was going straight to the Nevada Legislature in a special session. The page for the Governor's commission's website provided warning: that, on May 26th 2016, the group would prioritize which project was most important to implement first. Well, a simple visit to the website now will reveal that answer: the expansion of The Las Vegas Convention Center. In letters larger than the rest, the desire to give the go-ahead for this much-need new phase is described like this: "Convention Center Legislature Recommendation". Then, below those words are these: "Stadium Proposal Follow-Up". In other words, the Commission has not even finished, let alone really fully started, analysis of Davis' proposal. Indeed, the consultant to the commission intended to have an analysis, but what was out on the website are two documents that are very damaging to Mark Davis' desire to have his team in Sin City. One document describes the percentage of public money that the Mark Davis proposal calls for, and compares that to other NFL Stadiums - the Davis proposal would result in the largest tax subsidy in NFL history. And that does not include the $200 million from tax increment financing - add that (and that is a conservative estimate) and the subsidy is almost at, if not over, $1 billion. The other document details the process of evaluating the 42 acre UNLV site that is next to two runways at McClarren International Airport - that calls for far more than height constraints and noise concerns. The whole of what needs to be looked at, alone, points to a process that could take four months to complete. And if that UNLV site is not used, then it's not as if other sites will not have their own issues that have to be worked out. Nevada is not going to hold up investing in the growth of its convention and tourism industry for the development of a football stadium, even if it's for the NFL. Mark Davis Has An Oakland Lease Problem The minutes from the April 28th meeting reveal another problem for Mark Davis: the lease the Oakland Raiders signed contains what the Coliseum Joint Powers Authority Executive Director Soctt McKibben has called "warrants" or markers to determine where both the team and the City of Oakland and Alameda County were in progress toward a new stadium at the Coliseum. Davis told the SNTIC that his intent was to play the Raiders in Oakland for the three year lease and then move to Las Vegas. The problem is that's not what the Coliseum JPA lease calls for. If the Raiders are in violation of the lease or about to be, is up to the NFL and the City of Oakland, but from this blogger's perspective, it certainly looks like Davis is close to being in that position. It's one thing to make a statement pointing to a possible violation, but on the other hand the last time the Raiders suggested they might break the Coliseum Master Lease agreement was 1997, and the City of Oakland did sue the Raiders on that basis. Right now, Oakland has no stomach to file a lawsuit against the Raiders, preferring to handle the problem behind closed doors. But will the NFL allow a member club to act in what its host community believes is a less than good faith manner? The NFL Relocation Bylaws call for good faith bargaining - something Oakland Officials have told me the Raiders have not done to date. Stay tuned.
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