Around the world, Hollywood has long been the icon for glamour, sophistication, drama, and swaying palm trees. This image of a place that may only be a state of mind for some Angelenos is, at the very least, found on celluloid. Consider the following five movies filmed in the City of Angeles, also known as Tinseltown, the toast of the west coast.
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Yablans also co-wrote the screenplay for “Mommie Dearest,” a biopic about movie star Joan Crawford’s deeply troubled relationship with her children.
A Turkey Platter Museum will be open to the public in downtown Los Angeles starting this weekend.
Dodger fans are complaining that the shuttle that takes them from Union Station to the stadium takes too long, causing them to miss significant portions of the ball games.
Business will return to normal Friday at Homeboy Industries after a hostage scare overnight.
Police told CBS2’s Juan Fernandez they were going to “actively” enter the building to search for the alleged gunman.
SKY9’s Kevin Takumi reports undercover officers were in the area when they witnessed shooters in a vehicle on Mission Road and Main Street at approximately 3:15 p.m.
“I didn’t want to hear the kids playing. I’d rather drive nails into my ears before I’d hear that show,” said Martin Wong.
Two mothers were miles apart when they went into labor Tuesday and say they never would have expected their newborns to be the first in the area delivered in 2014.
Demonstrators gathered outside the retail store to demand better pay and more full-time jobs.
Tens of thousands of bicyclists and pedestrians have a portion of downtown Los Angeles to themselves during the city’s eighth CicLAvia event.
The upcoming Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival is soon expected to spike Southern California’s demand for a delicacy, known as moon cakes.
There is only one way to get to China without a plane ticket and a passport. Of course, that’s by visiting the historic Chinatown, Los Angeles.
Two Southern California labor groups took legal action Thursday against a proposed Walmart store in Chinatown.