When a stadium has been around as long as Angel Stadium, it can be difficult to make the necessary adjustments to keep up with the modern amenities that today’s ballparks offer. Yet, this year, with […]
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Former Laker Byron Scott was officially introduced Tuesday as the new head coach of the Purple and Gold. Scott, of Inglewood, and the Lakers have agreed to a 4-year deal reportedly […]
Whether you’re in West Hollywood, Los Feliz, Beverly Hills or Hollywood, you’re bound to recognize a famous face at any one of these celebrity brunch hot spots.
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — President Barack Obama Thursday made a surprise visit to a famous Southland deli. The president stopped at Canter’s Deli, 419 N. Fairfax Avenue, where he mingled with patrons for an impromptu lunch. […]
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A 57-hour bridge demolition and major street closure of one of the busiest entrances to the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is taking place this weekend. The “Century Crunch” will shut […]
By Nadia Noir In Chinese astrology it might be Year of the Horse, but in Los Angeles gastronomy it’s the Year of the Flaming Rooster. From the srirachapocolypse that threatened the breakfast burritos of Angelenos […]
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — In light of President Obama’s scheduled visit to Los Angeles on Wednesday, a traffic advisory has been issued in an effort to limit congestion on the road. The advisory, according to […]
We take a look back at eight stores which were known throughout Southern California but are no longer around.
Los Angeles, we love you but chill with the freeway closures.
Angelenos might be going through a literal drought, but if the Los Angeles Workers Assembly and Peoples Power Assemblies get their way many would see their figurative monetary drought go away.