It’s “ADD-vocado Season” at SUBWAY® restaurants nationwide! Chef Robert Irvine is joining forces with the sandwich chain, promising to eat avocado every day for the next 84 days. He stopped by KCAL9 Thursday to talk about his culinary quest and his show “Restaurant: Impossible.”
UCLA student Cameron Hajialiakbar was among 10 people honored at a White House ceremony Thursday as a “Champion of Change.”
First Lady Michelle Obama is pushing for fresh, healthy food in one of Southern California’s most impoverished neighborhoods. She spoke at the future site of a Northgate Gonzales Market in Inglewood Wednesday morning.
First lady Michelle Obama is scheduled to begin a two-day visit to Southern California Tuesday, when she will appear on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” and speak at a Democratic National Committee fundraising reception in Beverly Hills.
First lady Michelle Obama will spend two days in the Southland next week, speaking at a pair of Democratic National Committee fundraisers and appearing on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” and “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”
An attorney and an Army sergeant were among the guests in First Lady Michelle Obama’s box at Tuesday night’s State of the Union address by President Barack Obama.
Tuesday’s memorial service for former first lady Betty Ford will be attended by current and former first ladies Michelle Obama, Nancy Reagan, Hillary Clinton and Rosalynn Carter.
First lady Michelle Obama took time off from a fundraising trip to the Southland Monday to encourage Hollywood writers and producers to help in her initiative to raise awareness of military families by telling more stories about them.
First Lady Michelle Obama is holding fund-raising events Monday for President Barack Obama’s 2012 reelection campaign.
For the First Lady, there is such a thing as too many friends — or too many enemies.
Michelle Obama is going on “The Oprah Winfrey Show.” The White House says the first lady is returning to her Chicago hometown Friday to tape one of the last original episodes of Winfrey’s nationally syndicated talk show.
First Lady Michelle Obama has written a letter to parents after the tragedy in Arizona last weekend.
First lady Michelle Obama exhorted the crowd of Democratic supporters to stay the course for change, saying she knows it’s not coming fast enough for many people.
Organizers say the mission of the event, featuring appearances from the first and second ladies of the United States, is to create “architects of change” among the expected 14,000 attendees.
California First Lady Maria Shriver is expected to kick off the annual Women’s Conference Sunday with a March on Alzheimer’s and candlelight vigil in Long Beach.