Walter Mencken 1 p.m., May 1
Team always wanted to stay. Huh?
Spanos poured gas on the bridge while his jilted lover traveled across it.
It wasn’t long before her nagging resumed
Your girl, wooed away by the Swaggering Beast of the Midwest.
Spanos family possibly can't afford Inglewood
It's time to talk sense about the Chargers. San Diego, with a massive infrastructure deficit, a need for bolstering police and fire protection, and voters wising up to the billionaire stadium scam, can't afford and ...
League will toss in $100 million to sweeten the pot
Those wanting the San Diego Chargers ongoing drama to be ended this week will be disappointed: the National Football League is giving the team another year, at most, to get San Diegans to give the ...
Vote said to be 20-12 in favor of opulent Kroenke facility
According to espn.com, the bid by Rams owner Stan Kroenke for a $2.6 billion Inglewood stadium appears to be leading the Chargers/Raiders proposal for a much more modest Carson stadium. The vote has been reported ...
Battle of the talking apps
I clamber out of bed, make for the kitchen and coffee. While passing through the living room a thought arises, “There’s too much Apple dreck in my life.” I have a second-generation iTouch with a ...
Do rowdy fans pose a danger in the final days?
With the departure of the Chargers for Los Angeles looking likelier than ever, according to many accounts, do rowdy fans pose a real danger to what could be the team’s last days in Mission Valley? ...
Los Angeles means wheeling and dealing with wealthy Democrats
Word that soon-to-retire Walt Disney Company chief executive Bob Iger is in line for similar duties with the Chargers if the organization is green-lighted by the NFL to head for Los Angeles marks yet another ...
Hipsters are the perfect group to repurpose the ex-Murph
First off, Qualcomm needs a 250m, Olympic-caliber velodrome.
Dog-and-pony show reeks of NFL ego
Chargers public hearing on relocation.