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Actually, the Staples Center will serve meat at that Morrissey concert after all

Morrissey In Concert

But McDonald’s may or may not be allowed to be open the night of his concert

Insufferable musician granted insufferable request for meat-free Staples Center

Morrissey

Staples Center to go vegetarian during Morrissey concert March 1 because he asked them to

2011 Grammy Awards: Who, what, where, and when - Toronto Sun

The essentials of the 53rd annual Grammy Awards this Sunday

Bryant, Jackson exchange passive-aggressive criticisms - SB Nation

Kobe took 22 shots in the game; no other Laker, and after the beatdown, Jackson seemed to blame Kobe’s selfishness for the loss

Party in the USA: Bill Clinton planning 65th birthday bash - TheDC

Former President Bill Clinton is in the works of organizing his 65th birthday party, which will be held at the Staples Center and is expected to draw many celebrities

Kings have some fun and fight in them to beat Tampa Bay - LAT

Drew Doughty made it a personal mission Thursday to shut down Tampa Bay center Steven Stamkos, a friend and fellow member of the 2008 NHL draft class

Musings on the NBA championship

It’s been a week since the Celtics lost to the Lakers in Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Championships. As kids, my parents taught us to take the high road in the wake of defeat. Someday I will

Lakers-Celtics. Game 7. Enough said - LAT

It’ll be a memorable night for the Lakers, for better or worse, with so many elements up for grabs, as if a Game 7 against the Boston Celtics needed to distinguish itself any further

Title and history are on the line as Celtics head to Game 7 - BOSTON GLOBE

So now it comes down to a seventh game, on the road, against the West Coast brothers who seem to have been put on this earth to provide the Celtics with a measure of greatness

Lakers put Celtics in a hole - NYT

Boston falls to the men in yellow in game one of the NBA finals

LA mayor skirts disclosure law, attends events for free - LAT

Antonio Villaraigosa admits not paying to go to major events, says it is his civic duty to attend