It was 50 years ago this weekend that Marilyn Monroe was found dead.
One year ago today Amy Winehouse died in her London home from accidental alcohol poisoning. The sultry singer was known for her addiction to drugs and alcohol as well as her trouble with the law.
The Special Olympics, which is one of only two organizations allowed to use the name “Olympics” in the United States (the other is currently doing its thing in London), held its first International Special Olympics […]
A memorial commemorating the victims of the July 4, 2002 shooting attack at Los Angeles International Airport that left two dead and four others wounded will be held Wednesday.
Police in Los Angeles and across the country went into a heightened state of alert Monday night, the day before the first anniversary of Osama bin Laden’s death.
As not one, but two cruise lines recreate the splednor of the Titanic 100 years ago this week — well, not the entire voyage, one hopes — this picture reminds us some Hollywood magic is best left to Hollywood.
Bring your whole brood, book all 14 hotel rooms and have an unforgettable coastal bridal bash, a charmed family reunion, an enchanted anniversary, a chill company soiree, … you get the inn idea. This lovely, […]
Some married couples don’t make it 75 months (or for that matter, 75 weeks — hello Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries!) but one Santa Ana couple knows how to make a marriage work.
Communities in Los Angeles and across the world are pausing to remember the devastating earthquake that rocked Japan one year ago today, killing nearly 20,000 people.
Los Angeles transportation leaders plan to gather at Caltrans headquarters Monday morning to commemorate the anniversary of what may be L.A.’s most iconic gift to the rest of the world: the SigAlert.
The Angels Flight Railway is expected to mark its 110th anniversary with a 1-cent fare promotion.
Ten years after L.A. County created the Safe Surrender program, which allows parents to leave unwanted newborns at designated sites, families gathered to celebrate the program’s success.
Ladder Truck 152 — now at rest at the Nixon Library — was among those crews on the scene fighting flames in the World Trade Center on that fateful day in 2001.
Sixteen tons of wreckage from New York’s World Trade Center, and a damaged NYFD ladder truck, will be driven under police escort from the Inland Empire to the Richard M. Nixon Presidential Library in Yorba Linda Monday morning.
The traditional anniversary gift to celebrate 25 years of marriage is silver. But Zsa Zsa Gabor’s husband is observing the occasion in a different way.