‘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.
The Queen Mary’s annual haunted Halloween event in Long Beach is set to debut on Friday.
Of course your entire clan wants the family reunion to be here in SoCal. What better place is there? These locations are big and fun enough to house and entertain everyone.
Make this 4th of July one filled with long-lasting memories and plenty of good times at the best fireworks displays in the city.
An exhibit chronicling the British royal family opens Saturday at the Queen Mary, hotel officials announced Thursday.
Royalty is coming to the Queen Mary in Long Beach.
We believe that there is more to Valentine’s Day week than chocolates, hearts, flowers, and all of that sappy stuff.
The concept of the Bloody Mary as a Sunday brunch staple and reliable hangover remedy has remained intact over the years. Keep the tradition going and check out the best spots for Bloody Marys in L.A.
Authorities say Kelly Ryann Dorrell, 26, of Long Beach plummeted 75 feet into the water from a third-story railing around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday.
A 26-year-old woman died after falling from the Queen Mary Tuesday night. The woman plummeted 75 feet into the water from a third-story railing around 8:30 p.m., according to the Long Beach Fire Department.
A 26-year-old woman was severely injured after falling off the side of the Queen Mary at the Port Of Long Beach Monday night.
November brings falling leaves, Thanksgiving meals and the unofficial start of the Christmas season with tree lighting ceremonies in nearly every city across the Southland. Here is a guide.
These LA and OC haunted houses and spooky Halloween events are sure to make everyone in your family shriek with delight–and you don’t have to go to hell in a hand-basket to get there!