In 1960, Roz Wyman was a young L.A. city councilwoman who persuaded John F. Kennedy to move his nomination acceptance speech from the L.A. Sports Arena to the Coliseum. The switch turned out to be a big success.
Phil Ramone, the masterful Grammy Award-winning engineer, arranger and producer whose platinum touch included recordings with Ray Charles, Billy Joel and Paul Simon, died Saturday of complications stemming from heart surgery, his family said. He was 79.
Tony Martin, the romantic singer who appeared in movie musicals from the 1930s to the 1950s and sustained a career in records, television and nightclubs from the Depression era into the 21st century, has died. He was 98.
Helicopter drones are one of the military’s most effective tools. Unmanned aircraft that can get in and out of touch spaces without being detected.
Add another name to the continually-revolving and evolving Dodgers bankruptcy story. And this one is famous.
The original Dominick’s restaurant and bar, established in 1948, was a favored watering hole for Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack. Only friends of friends were able to drink and dine in this exclusive Hollywood hot spot.
An unemployed construction worker who purchased a shirt once worn by Frank Sinatra for $5 at a yard sale sold it Saturday to an auctioneer for $1,200.
Unemployed construction worker Rick Gorski could turn a $5 purchase at a neighbor’s yard sale into one major business deal.