A taste of Scotland is coming to the Southland.
Los Angeles has some great options for watching the fireworks on New Year’s Eve from high and low.
With theme parks, museums and performing arts venues to visit, Orange County has a huge variety of must-see attractions you won’t want to miss.
Blood, gore, special effects and fountains of blood await you at these horrific locales. Some are even designated as actual haunted spots, so the creepy factor ratchets up a few notches on All Hallows Eve.
As fall has arrived and Halloween approaches, there are many ways to celebrate the change of season and upcoming holiday. The weeks are filled lots of spooky fun for all.
Long Beach Councilwoman Gerrie Schipske is feeling nostalgic and will ask her fellow council members to vote on a proposed new roller coaster.
School is back in session for Southern California students by now but that doesn’t mean you can’t squeeze in a few family-friendly events and activities while the weather is still warm.
Start the week off by honoring members of the armed forces aboard the “Grey Ghost” and bask in a sunny day performance of Sesame Street with the kidlets. Salute, laugh, and sing as we say goodbye to the month of May!
After a hard week at work, you deserve some rest and relaxation in true luxurious style. Check out a weekend trip to the Queen Mary.
Steve Sheldon, the Director of Entertainment for The Queen Mary, stopped by KCAL9 Sunday to tell viewers about the 2nd Annual West Coast BBQ Classic!
Two sister ships of the Cunard line transcended the years on Tuesday night when the Queen Elizabeth visited the Long Beach Harbor and paid homage to the pinnacle of the Golden Age of luxury ocean liners, The Queen Mary.
The Queen Mary will rendezvous with her sister ship Tuesday evening in the Long Beach harbor.
‘Tis the Season to be jolly at one of these festive holiday events happening around the Southland. These fun events are packed with plenty of holiday cheer including Christmas trains, music, snow and more. Your […]
Jazz artist and four-time Grammy nominee, Tierney Sutton, and Communications Director for The Kierrah Foundation, Phyllis Banks visited the KCAL9 studios Friday to talk about the upcoming “Masquerade on the Water” event!
Los Angeles may be a younger city when compared to others around the country, but that does not mean it lacks its fair share of ghost stories. Turns out, some of Hollywood’s most famous were not ready to leave town even after their unfortunate deaths, so they apparently still hang around, sometimes to be seen by the living. If you like to feel hot and cold breezes that come seemingly from nowhere, and if you enjoy feeling the hairs on your neck stand at attention, check out these haunted places.