The circus is coming back to town and it may be the last time elephants are part of the greatest show on earth.
Animal-rights advocates protested Friday outside the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey shows at Staples Center.
The company’s trademark blue-and-yellow big top was installed on Thursday by a team of 60 crew members helping to prepare for the show’s January 17 debut.
The circus is coming to Glendale but the zebras, horses and other exotic animals are staying home.
The Los Angeles City Council Wednesday voted to ban the use of bullhooks on circus elephants.
Joe Gary from the King Charles Troupe stopped by KCAL9 Thursday to tell viewers about Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus Presents Built To Amaze!
The 143rd edition “Built to Amaze”- Ringling Bros and Barnum and Bailey’s newest show takes circus goers on a one-of-a-kind entertainment adventure to find out just what it takes to construct The Greatest Show On Earth.
A longtime battle between circus organizers and animal rights activists has returned to Los Angeles.
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The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus will begin a seven-day run Wednesday night at Staples Center, where a coalition of animal rights groups plans what it calls the “biggest circus protest on Earth” in hopes of ending the use of animals in circuses.
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Animal rights activists who want to put an end to the traditional traveling circus are getting some support from a few Hollywood celebrities.
The Irvine City Council has voted to ban the retail sales of dogs and cats, as well as rodeos and circuses featuring exotic animals.