A Justin Timberlake show in Hollywood Tuesday night, which was part of ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” concert series, drew thousands of fans.
There are few things Ron Rickard likes more than the Raiders. He just hasn’t thought of what those things are.
Are you ready for some football without all the baggage?
The MTV Movie Awards are as much about the anticipated movies of the upcoming summer season as they are about the winning films of last year.
“Veronica Mars” fans just bought themselves a big-screen version of the cult favorite TV series.
The Los Angeles Dodgers announced Thursday the launch of a comprehensive engagement program that will reward fans for supporting the club online, via social media and at Dodger Stadium.
To avoid delays, Rose Bowl officials are encouraging fans Friday to plan on arriving early to the USC—UCLA football game on Saturday.
The locals will tell you that, as military town, San Diego is home to transplants from all over the country, especially other towns and states where professional sports are well represented. Many of those fans end up in Qualcomm Stadium rooting for the Chargers’ opponents.
TMZ.com is reporting “Modern Family” actor Eric Stonestreet was asked to leave Dodger Stadium Saturday after he and a St. Louis Cardinals fan got into a verbal altercation.
The Stanley Cup Final take the ice at a sold-out Staples Center Monday night with the Los Angeles Kings up two games in the series.
You may have heard of “flash mobs” or “cash mobs.” Throughout the day Friday and into the weekend, The Orange County Register is unveiling the first-ever “News Mob” in Friday’s newspaper, online and through its smartphone and iPad apps to celebrate Opening Day of Angels baseball season!
A group of Whitney Houston fans gathered in Culver City Sunday night to celebrate her life, sing her songs and mourn her passing.
Celebrities — fans and friends — took to Twitter to express their shock and grief about the untimely death of singer/actress/legend Whitney Houston at 48. And they get so emotional…
Karen Jackson and Kiki Stafford were moved to tears as they walked among the items that surrounded Michael Jackson in his final days: The Victorian baby grand piano, the wooden armoire where Jackson had written a note to himself on the mirror, the kitchen chalkboard where his children inscribed the message, “I love daddy.”
The proposed NBA settlement is good news for restaurants and other businesses near Staples Center that rely on potential business from the nearly 19,000 basketball fans who fill the arena.