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People who know new Lakers coach Darvin Ham praise his virtues: 'He's the right guy'

What makes Darvin Ham the right coach for the Lakers? Former teammates and players who worked with Darvin Ham explain why he's ready for the job.

Chatsworth shuts out Birmingham to win City Open Division baseball title

Jose Ruedas led Chatsworth to the City Section Open Division baseball title Saturday by pitching a four-hit shutout against Birmingham at Dodger Stadium.

IL-bound Max Muncy says elbow has been a factor in slow startA but isn't excuse

After going on the injured list because of left elbow inflammation, Dodgers infielder Max Muncy said his elbow has been a factor in his struggles.

Garfield wins City Division I baseball title at Dodger Stadium

Garfield defeats Narbonne 5-3 to win the City Section Division I baseball championship before more than 2,000 at Dodger Stadium on Saturday.

Olympic volleyball player's gold medal stolen from her car in Anaheim

Jordyn Poulter's gold medal was stolen when she left it in an unlocked car in Anaheim: "Obviously, hindsight is 20/20."

Letters to Sports: Lakers have a new coach, same old problem

Readers of the L.A. Times are split on the Lakers' decision to hire Darvin Ham as first-time NBA head coach. Most agree Doc Rivers was a bad fit.

HernA!ndez: Now that the Lakers have a coach, it's time to trade Russell Westbrook and more

The Lakers can now trade Russell Westbrook with Darvin Ham hired as the new coach. And look for defenders. And shooters, ballhandlers and creators.

DiDi Haracic, Stefany Ferrer Van Ginkel shaped by harrowing journeys to Angel City FC

Stefany Ferrer Van Ginkel and DiDi Haracic have overcome huge obstacles in their quest to become NWSL players with Angel City FC.

Megan Faraimo delivers pinch-hit heroics in UCLA's super regional win over Duke

UCLA's Megan Faraimo hits a two-run single in the sixth inning to spearhead the Bruins' 3-2 comeback win over Duke in the NCAA super regional Friday.

Edwin RAos bolsters case for more playing time in Dodgers' win over Diamondbacks

Edwin RAos spearheaded the Dodgers' 6-4 win over Arizona with a three-run home run in the second inning, giving him six homers in 69 at-bats this season.

High school baseball: City championship results

High school baseball: City championship results

Golden Valley girls' relay team showcases its speed at state track and field prelims

The CIF state track and field championship prelims featured standout performances from the Golden Valley girls' 400-meter relay team and Carson's Reign Redmond.

Slumping Anthony Rendon is injured again and Angels lose to Blue Jays

Angels third baseman Anthony Rendon was put on the injured list with with inflammation in his right wrist in a troubling turn for the slumping veteran.

Plaschke: Lakers hiring of Darvin Ham is nuts a and maybe perfect

Darvin Ham will be the Lakers' next head coach, with no experience as a head coach. It sounds crazy, but that strategy in a crazy franchise might work.

Angels agree to Anaheim's request to abandon Angel Stadium sale

Three days after the Anaheim City Council decided to kill the Angel Stadium deal amid a corruption probe, the Angels have agreed to not contest the decision.

Darvin Ham: Five things to know about the new Lakers coach

The Lakers hired longtime NBA assistant Darvin Ham to be their next head coach. Here are five things to know about the former Milwaukee Bucks assistant.

How Darvin Ham landed the Lakers' head coaching job

The Lakers have hired Milwaukee assistant Darvin Ham to be their next coach. It will be Ham's first head coaching job in the NBA.

Colin Sahlman adds another 'proud' moment to prolific career at Prefontaine Classic

Newbury Park High star Colin Sahlman has a habit of shattering records, and he came within seconds of breaking another one at the Prefontaine Classic.

City Section championship game returns to Dodger Stadium on Saturday

Birmingham will play Chatsworth on Saturday in Open Division final. Garfield will face Narbonne in Division I final.

HernA!ndez: Angel Stadium has a charmed simplicity, but will it last?

Change is in the future for Angel Stadium. But can the venue keep its charm if the place is more about being an event than just a game?

Indy 500, Monaco Grand Prix and Coca-Cola 600: How to watch and start times

Here's everything you need to know to watch and stream the 2022 Indianapolis 500, Formula One Monaco Grand Prix and the NASCAR Coca-Cola 600.

The Craig Kimbrel experience: How the Dodgers closer flips the switch from fun to fierce

Dodgers closer Craig Kimbrel intimidates on the mound. But his real persona has quickly become a favorite with teammates.

Helio Castroneves passed Alex Palou for Indianapolis 500 glory. Palou is ready for a rematch

After finishing second to four-time Indianapolis 500 winner Helio Castroneves last year, defending IndyCar Series champ Alex Palou is determined to win.

Freddie Freeman leads Dodgers with five RBIs to 14-1 rout over Diamondbacks

Freddie Freeman highlighted a five-RBI night with a three-run homer as the Dodgers go on a 24-hit barrage in the 14-1 rout over the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Shohei Ohtani bested by bestie Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Blue Jays, leaves with sore back

Shohei Ohtani was all smiles posing for a photo with Vladimir Guerrero Jr. last year. On Thursday, Guerrero homered in an Angels loss to the Blue Jays.

Max Muncy could be headed for injured list with elbow bothering him again

Max Muncy could be headed for a stint on the injured list after banging his elbow into a wall while trying to catch a foul ball in Washington.

As new Rams start to train, staff also starts new era in NFL diversity program

Thomas Brown and Rams executive Ray Farmer were among those who participated in the NFL's inaugural "Coach and Front Office Accelerator" in Atlanta.

Rodrick Pleasant in good position to break his 100-meter record at state championships

Warm weather and a hot track probably will aid Rodrick Pleasant's pursuit of another 100-meter record at the CIF state track and field championships.

Valencia's Colton Herta willing to take risks for Indianapolis 500 victory

Colton Herta will start a distant 25th at the Indy 500, and his aggression won't be lessened by his crash at the Grand Prix of Long Beach in April.

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Watch Peaches Perform A Bonkers aFuck The Pain Awaya And Play A Womenas Health Guessing Game On Samantha Bee

Samantha Bee and Peaches go back a long way: The theme song of Bee’s late-night TBS show Full Frontal is Peaches’ 2006 single “Boys Wanna Be Her.” Peaches, who is currently on her The Teaches Of Peaches 20th Anniversary Tour, also memorably opened Bee’s 2017 “Not the White House Correspondents’ Dinner” special. Now, Bee and Peaches have reunited again. Last night, Peaches did a truly bonkers performance of “Fuck The Pain Away” on Full Frontal, where she inflicted a bit of chaos and destruction around the Full Frontal set and rolled around a craft services table, munching on a donut mid-song. Later, she joined Bee to celebrate “or mourn” Women’s Health Month with a game of “Uter-Us or Uter-SOS,” where the two went through a series of bonkers quotes and guessed whether it was made up or if a conservative actually said it. Watch below.

Jack White Shares Plea For Gun Control Laws Following His Texas Concerts

Following his concerts in Texas, Jack White has issued an urgent plea for gun control in light of the horrific elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas that left 19 children and two teachers dead. “As we tour in Texas these past few days, I canat help but to feel saddened in so many ways about the latest in a long line of mass shootings, but mostly Iam exhausted,” White wrote on social media.

Watch Japanese Breakfast Throw Out The First Pitch At The Mets Game

Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast had the honor of throwing the first pitch at yesterday’s Mets vs. Phillies game at Citi Field. “Lord help her,” Zauner captioned a photo of herself standing in a baseball jersey gazing out at the diamond. You can watch Zauner sling the first pitch below.

Shut Up, Dude: This Weekas Best Comments

Good on Harry Styles.

The Dinosaur Jr. Doc Freakscene Captures A Legendary Rock Bandas Sound And Fury

“I don’t know where people get this idea that it’s supposed to be fun or something to play music,” J Mascis says in his signature hyper-relaxed drawl, near the beginning of the new documentary Freakscene: The Story Of Dinosaur Jr. “That seems to hinder a lot of people: ‘Well it’s not fun, why should I do it?’ That never occurred to us that it’s supposed to be fun. It’s just, music was really important and we wanted to do it.”

Celebration Rock Turns 10

Imagine how we’d be talking about Celebration Rock if it was named literally anything else. If Polyvinyl label manager Seth Hubbard had it his way, that’s exactly what would be happening right now. Throughout the ongoing Polyvinyl Podcast series, nearly everyone involved in recounting the label’s 25-year history describes its brain trust as almost invariably hands-off and artist-friendly, including Japandroids. Drummer David Prowse recalls how he and guitarist/vocalist Brian King wanted to preview some rough drafts as they struggled through the writer’s block and self-doubt that had turned their second LP into an arduous, seemingly endless slog. Japandroids had made it abundantly clear throughout their relationship that they’d rather quit music altogether than commit to songs that were anything less than great, so Polyvinyl politely declined to hear the demos, trusting Japandroids’ internal quality control — that is, at least until they shared their idea for the album title.

NRA Convention Concert Cancelled As All Artists Drop Out In The Wake Of Uvalde Shooting

In the days since the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, that left 19 students and two teachers dead, musical performers have been gradually pulling out of a concert at this weekend’s National Rifle Association convention in Houston out of respect for the victims. As of today, the final performer has dropped off the bill and announced that the concert has been cancelled.

Kali Uchis a aDesafinadoa (Stan Getz & JoAPSo Gilberto Cover)

Earlier this month, news arrived of the soundtrack for the forthcoming Minions movie, The Rise Of Gru. It was produced by Jack Antonoff and primarily features artists covering ’70s tracks: St. Vincent doing “Funkytown,” Phoebe Bridgers singing the Carpenters, Antonoff himself covering John Lennon, Brockhampton doing Kool & The Gang, etc. It also features some originals, including the Diana Ross and Tame Impala collab “Turn Up The Sunshine,” which we heard last week. Today, we get to hear one of the soundtrack’s covers.

The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

Every week the Stereogum staff chooses the five best new songs of the week (the eligibility period begins and ends Thursdays right before midnight). We’ve kicked off a partnership with TIDAL, the global music streaming service that offers the highest sound quality and Fan-Centered Royalties. You’ll find our new Favorite New Music playlist updated weekly here on TIDAL.

Martha a aPlease Donat Take Me Backa

It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from Martha, but today they’re back with news of a limited 7″ release due out in a month. It comes with a new song called “Please Don’t Take Me Back,” and a b-side featuring a cover of Allo Darlin’s “My Heart Is A Drummer.” Today, we get to hear “Please Don’t Take Me Back.”

Watch Flea Play A Bounty Hunter On The New Star Wars Series Obi-Wan Kenobi

Flea will always be best-known as the slap-bass master behind the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and this is a fine vocation. But ever since the early ’80s, Flea has also maintained a side hustle as a character actor. He’s got a great slimy presence, and he’s also got good taste. The man made his debut in the rumble scene from Coppola’s The Outsiders, and his filmography is full of good shit: Suburbia, Back To The Future II and III, My Own Private Idaho, a classic Simpsons, The Chase, The Big Lebowski, Fear & Loathing In Las Vegas, Baby Driver, Queen & Slim. Today, Flea has also joined the extended Star Wars universe.

Remission Turns 20

When sound designer Gary Rydstrom created the roar of the Tyrannosaurus rex for Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park, he was looking for something that would feel otherworldly and organic at the same time. He ultimately settled on a composite of field-recorded animal noises: the high-pitched scream of a baby elephant, the stately growl of a lion, and the deep gurgle of an alligator. The resulting roar was a triumphant, terrifying masterstroke, a sound that was totally alien and yet just familiar enough to feel like a threat. Rydstrom won two Oscars for his work on the film, and his T. rex roar became one of the most readily identifiable pieces of sound design in movie history. That roar is also the first thing you hear when you hit play on Remission, the debut album by Mastodon. As a piece of pure intention-setting, it’s hard to imagine a sample that would have worked better. The Mastodon that emerged from the Atlanta underground 20 years ago this Saturday was primordial and elemental, but in a way that felt exhilaratingly new. They also wanted to kill you.

Stream Your Old Droogas New EP YOD Stewart

The New York rapper Your Old Droog works a lot. In the first few months of 2022, Droog released two full-length projects: Tha Wolf On Wall St 2: The American Dream, a team-up with longtime collaborator Tha God Fahim, and YOD Wave, which was produced entirely by Montreal’s Nicholas Craven. For Droog, that’s not even a particularly busy stretch; he’s been doing it like that for years. Today, Droog has once again released another record, and it’s up to his regular standards.

Stream Conway The Machineas New EP Organized Grime 2

Earlier this year, the great Buffalo rapper Conway The Machine, one third of the core trio behind Griselda Records, released his excellent album God Don’t Make Mistakes. Conway got intense and personal on that record, and it was Conway’s first solo album for Shady Records. But Conway always maintains a sort of strange balance between his mainstream and underground material, and he’s always releasing new music. Today, there’s a new Conway EP out on the world, and it definitely does not have a major-label stamp on it.

Bruce Hornsby a aDays Aheada (Feat. Danielle Haim)

Bruce Hornsby, the ’80s hitmaker and adventurously laid-back elder statesman, has a new album out in the world. After working with indie rockers like Bon Iver and the National in recent years, Hornsby recorded his new LP ‘Flicted with producer Ariel Rechtshaid and guitarist Blake Mills. We’ve already posted Hornsby’s Ezra Koenig collaboration “Sidelines” and his cover of Chuck Berry’s “Too Much Monkey Business.” Now, we also get to hear what happens when Bruce Hornsby and HAIM’s Danielle Haim team up.

Neil Young Releasing Shelved 2001 Crazy Horse Album: aToast Was So Sad That I Couldnat Put It Outa

Neil Young has released many, many albums in his career, but he’s also shelved a ton over the years. In recent times, he’s been emptying out the vaults, releasing the legendary Homegrown about two years ago, alongside 1982’s Johnny’s Island and 1987’s Summer Songs last year. In April of last year, he also shared a bunch of details about upcoming archival releases, including a 2001 album with Crazy Horse called Toast.

Watch Harry Styles & James Corden Film An aImpromptua Music Video In Some Brooklyn Girlsa Apartment

Last week, Harry Style’s released his latest album Harry’s House. He’s been in rollout mode for a bit, and that hasn’t stopped since the album’s arrival. Now, that includes making an “impromptu” music video with James Corden — not in Harry’s house, but in some Brooklyn girls’ apartment.

The Number Ones: Usheras aNice & Slowa

In The Number Ones, I’m reviewing every single #1 single in the history of the Billboard Hot 100, starting with the chart’s beginning, in 1958, and working my way up into the present.

Chance The Rapper a aA Bar About A Bara

In March, Chance The Rapper returned with a new song called “Child Of God.” It was billed as a sort of “interdisciplinary” art piece, with a video featuring Chance alongside footage of Gabonese artist NaA-la Opiangah painting the single’s cover art. Today, he’s back with another new song and a similar premise.

Angel Olsen a aOne Too Many Morningsa (Bob Dylan Cover)

As Angel Olsen prepares to release her new album Big Time on June 3, she’s teamed up with the creators of Apple TV+ series Shining Girls (starring Elisabeth Moss) to cover Bob Dylan’s 1964 classic “One Too Many Mornings.” Olsen’s reimagining is gentle yet urgent, with delicate guitar picks and the singer’s quavering alto. It’s the third track on the just-released Shining Girls soundtrack, which also features a score by Claudia Sarne. Listen below.

Stream Bright Eyes Companion Re-Recordings Feat. Phoebe Bridgers, Waxahatchee, & More

Earlier this year, Bright Eyes announced that they were undertaking an ambitious reissue and re-recording project after moving their entire catalog to Secretly Group. Over the next year, the band will reissue all nine of their studio albums, and each of them will be accompanied by a Companion EP that will see Conor Oberst, Mike Mogis, and Nathaniel Walcott reworking older songs and inviting some new contributors into the fold, including Phoebe Bridgers, Waxahatchee, M. Ward, and more.

Calvin Harris, Dua Lipa, & Young Thug a aPotiona

Calvin Harris is about to bless us with the sequel to Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1, his exceptional, star-studded summertime party record from 2017. After spending the spring teasing Vol. 2, the Scottish DJ/producer is kicking off Memorial Day weekend with the new album’s lead single, a collaboration with Dua Lipa and Young Thug called “Potion.” Built around a Rhodes riff and accented with rhythmic guitar jabs and smooth bass, it taps right back into the first volume’s fun beachside vibe. Listen below.

Hollow Comet a aRight Nowa

Barely 10 days ago, Strange Ranger founding member Isaac Eiger released a new song under his Hollow Comet moniker. The delicate “Waiting For Today” followed Eiger’s 2019 self-titled Hollow Comet album and a 2020 Strange Ranger-curated benefit comp for Bernie Sanders. Now, Eiger is back with another Hollow Comet song. The piano-led “Right Now” is a quiet, hazy breakup ballad (“You said my shirt’s the same color as the sky/ The sun can set on this too/ It’s setting on me and you”) reminiscent of The Glow, Pt. 2-era Microphones. Listen below.

Musicians Cancel NRA Convention Performances In The Wake Of Texas School Shooting

The National Rifle Association is holding its convention in Houston, Texas this weekend, just days after America’s deadliest school shooting in a decade transpired at Robb Elementary School across the state in Uvalde. “American Pie” singer Don McLean was scheduled to perform at the convention, which will feature Republican leaders such as Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, but McLean canceled his appearance in light of the school shooting, which took the lives of 19 students and two teachers. Now other musicians are following suit, including Larry Gatlin, Larry Stewart, and Danielle Peck.

Depeche Modeas Andy Fletcher Dead At 60

Depeche Mode’s Andy Fletcher has died at 60.

Yes Drummer Alan White Dead At 72

The Eminem Show Turns 20

In the summer of 2000, a mentally disturbed, gleefully transgressive white guy became the most popular rapper of all time. Eminem was already a star before he released The Marshall Mathers LP, and he spent much of the album wrestling with the implications of that stardom, but that stardom had nothing on what was about to follow. The Marshall Mathers LP became something bigger than an album. It was a cultural phenomenon, a problem to be solved. The Marshall Mathers LP sold 2 million copies in its first week. Within a year, it was diamond. It’s still the biggest-selling rap album of all time. Its edgelord lyrics catalyzed dinner-table fights and Senate hearings. Nobody knew how to make sense of what happened with The Marshall Mathers LP, least of all Eminem himself. But he tried.

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