KNX On Your Corner
When you say “earthquake” in Los Angeles, most people immediately flashback to the 1994 Northridge quake. But if you’re a longtime resident, you remember the 1971 Sylmar quake and there are still physical reminders present from that day 43 years ago.
UCLA keeps a hidden gem at the end of a private road in Marina Del Rey.
It’s practically an institution in Southern California: a restaurant at the corner of La Tijera & La Cienega that literally takes you back in time.
In Playa Vista, what once was the Howard Hughes Aircraft Company is now a thriving campus buzzing with creativity.
Starting next month Playa Vista residents will have stores within walking distance to their homes.
Avatars are alive and helping others at the USC Institute of Creative Technologies in Playa Vista.
Loyola Marymount is one of the largest Roman Catholic schools on the West Coast.
The next time you type in a web address in your smart phone or tablet or computer and it goes thru without a hitch, you can thank a quiet group of people laboring in near anonymity in Marina Del Rey.
Playa Vista is home to a major computer technology company that came from very modest beginnings.
When it comes to Marina Del Rey, most people think of the yacht harbor, condo communities and tech firms.
KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO’s award-winning series profiling Southern California’s diverse cities is taking an in-depth look at Marina del Rey and its neighboring communities.
A popular north Orange County mall is evolving into an upscale retail shopping destination.
It’s been years in the making and a ground-breaking date is still months away.
The arts are alive and well in northern Orange County.
Brea is a community dedicated to art, especially the outdoor variety.