Los Angeles Convention Center
Next year, cosplay and Hollywood will collide when WonderCon moves from Anaheim to Los Angeles.
Mayor Eric Garcetti and his wife will join volunteers at the Los Angeles Convention Center Wednesday to fill gift bags that will be delivered to about 4,500 homebound seniors.
Steve McCord and Brandon Boeckmann from Galpin Auto Sports stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to discuss this year’s LA Auto Show.
Regina Carpinelli, founder and president of Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo, stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday to tell viewers about the event.
As the prospects of Los Angeles attracting an NFL team grow increasingly slim, a City Council committee, along with Mayor Eric Garcetti Tuesday voiced support for a plan to revamp the Convention Center without a football stadium.
Among the must-see technology conventions to visit are the Cloud Expo in New York, E3 2014 in Los Angeles, MacWorld/iWorld and Dreamforce in San Francisco and South by Southwest in Austin.
Welcome February with these exciting events for the first week of the month.
This week brings with it an exciting array of artsy activities as well as outdoor exploration, movie screenings and an impressive car show that will get you revved up. So, get ready for some fun. […]
The annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) kicks off Tuesday at the Los Angeles Convention Center downtown with two major gaming companies touting new technology.
Approximately 2,000 turkeys were being handed out in downtown Los Angeles Monday during the city’s largest turkey distribution of the Thanksgiving season.
The Los Angeles Ski Show & Snowboard Expo opened Friday morning, celebrating its 49th year.
All but one of the four major candidates for Los Angeles’ new mayor said the sale of AEG will not affect plans to bring an NFL stadium to the city.
It’s a fun and charitable week around LA. Check out these great activities that you can enjoy while also helping someone out.
The next seven days will be great for foodies, rock fans, and extreme sports enthusiasts. In other words, just another awesome week in L.A.
A $12.3 million marketing campaign designed to lure tourists to the United States was unveiled at the Los Angeles Convention Center Monday.