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Kareem restrains Magic
  • Joe Kennedy / Los Angeles Times

Kareem restrains Magic

Posted On: 12:34 a.m. | January 19, 2012

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar restrains Magic Johnson in a 1985 NBA championship game against Boston. View Post»

Marilyn and Jane cement their fame
  • Los Angeles Times Archive, UCLA

Marilyn and Jane cement their fame

Posted On: 12:27 a.m. | January 18, 2012

Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell put signatures, hand and shoe prints into cement at the Grauman's Chinese Theater. View Post»

Mae West named Woman of the Century
  • Boris Yaro / Los Angeles Times

Mae West named Woman of the Century

Posted On: 12:09 a.m. | January 17, 2012

Mae West, UCLA's Woman of the Century, speaks to students after a screening of her 1933 classic movie "I'm No Angel." View Post»

L.A. Times' images of Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Jack Carrick / Los Angeles Times

L.A. Times’ images of Martin Luther King Jr.

Posted On: 2:09 a.m. | January 16, 2012

Images of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by Los Angeles Times photographers. View Post»

Tall photographer
  • Paul Calvert / Los Angeles Times History Center

Tall photographer

Posted On: 12:14 a.m. | January 13, 2012

World's tallest man Robert Wadlow' at eight feet, 8 inches, takes a photo of Sheriff Eugene Biscailuz during a visit the Los Angeles County Sheriff's office. View Post»

Glenn Curtiss takes off
  • Los Angeles Times Archive/UCLA

Glenn Curtiss takes off

Posted On: 12:49 a.m. | January 12, 2012

With Glenn Curtiss at the controls, his biplane lifts off in front of the grandstand on second day of the Los Angeles International Air Meet. View Post»

Bing Crosby golf lesson
  • Julian Robinson / Los Angeles Times

Bing Crosby golf lesson

Posted On: 12:47 a.m. | January 11, 2012

Bob Hope admires Bing Crosby's putting technique during photo session for Los Angeles Times photographer Juliian Robinson. View Post»

Julius Erving slam dunk

Julius Erving slam dunk

Posted On: 12:59 a.m. | January 10, 2012

76ers' Julius Erving slams the ball past Clippers' Joe Bryant during game in San Diego. View Post»

Sepulveda Boulevard tunnel opens
  • Los Angeles Times

Sepulveda Boulevard tunnel opens

Posted On: 12:23 a.m. | January 9, 2012

Following opening ceremonies, a procession of cars, horses and wagons proceeds south through the new Sepulveda Blvd. tunnel. View Post»

From the Archive - best of 2011

From the Archive – best of 2011

Posted On: 9:10 p.m. | December 31, 2011

Here are the readers' favorite – and mine – From the Archive posts of 2011. View Post»

The Rose Parade
  • Los Angeles Times

The Rose Parade

Posted On: 7:06 a.m. | December 30, 2011

The Rose Parade began in 1890 as a promotional winter festival by the Pasadena Valley Hunt Club. Nothing like sun, clean air and snow-capped mountains to sell Southern California to the frozen East. View Post»

Tournament of Roses chariot races
  • E. J. Spencer / Los Angeles Times

Tournament of Roses chariot races

Posted On: 12:57 a.m. | December 30, 2011

From 1904 - 1915, instead of football, after the Rose Parade there were chariot races. View Post»

Blocked punt
  • Charley Strite / Los Angeles Times

Blocked punt

Posted On: 1:27 a.m. | December 28, 2011

UCLA punter Bob Waterfield has his punt blocked by Georgia's Willard Boyd on the first play of the fourth quarter of the 1943 Rose Bowl game. View Post»

Tragedy at the 1926 Rose Parade [updated]

Tragedy at the 1926 Rose Parade [updated]

Posted On: 12:01 a.m. | December 27, 2011

Grandstand for 1926 Tournament of Roses parade collapses, killing 11. View Post»

Remembering Art Rogers
  • Art Rogers / Los Angeles Times

Remembering Art Rogers

Posted On: 7:13 p.m. | December 24, 2011

Retired Los Angeles Times staff photographer Art Rogers passed away. A look at some of his work. View Post»

Bob Hope entertains the troops
  • Los Angeles Times Archive/UCLA

Bob Hope entertains the troops

Posted On: 12:23 a.m. | December 23, 2011

Over a 50-year span, Bob Hope entertained American troops overseas. Many of his USO tours were completed over Christmas with his departures and arrivals often covered by Los Angeles Times photographers. View Post»


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