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Activated charcoal is no longer a summer staple for barbecues; beauty and health product manufacturers are touting it as a way to purify the body inside and out.
Those heading out Saturday night can drink for a good cause at “Crawl 4 Nepal,” a fundraiser where participating bars donate proceeds from specialty beers to the earthquake relief effort.
As images of Nepal’s devastating earthquake flooded the news the past few weeks many wonder how they can help. A local group of craft beer bloggers has answered that call with a pub crawl.
A 37-year-old man in South L.A. didn’t want to see a local woman sleeping on the streets anymore, so he built her a small, portable house.
The American Council on Exercise found that “hooping” burns an average of 420 calories per hour – the equivalent of a cardio kickbox class.
Looking like you just got back from a trip to Rio could be as easy as stepping into a van – the Tanning Van, that is.
When it comes to what’s new in hair styling, ombre is out and ecaille is in!
Spring is in the air and do-it-yourself expert Stacie Krajchir-Tom has some great ideas for sprucing up your next spring soiree.
A Southland firefighter wants to warn others about a prescription drug that he says poisoned him and stripped him of the ability to do what he loves.
Traffic in Los Angeles shouldn’t be affected.
A wheelchair dance company is hosting a Valentine’s Day party with its first-ever public workshop.
Marky Ramone, renowned drummer of The Ramones Band, is shedding light on the cultural history of punk in his new memoir “Punk Rock Blitzkrieg: My Life as a Ramone,” and provides the final word on what Spin Magazine ranks the #2 “Greatest Band of All Time.”
For decades, Tai Babilonia and her partner Randy Gardner were known as ice skating royalty. Not making headlines in the years since was Tai’s alcoholism. The Olympian spoke with CBS2’s Pat Harvey about her struggle and how she changed her life for the better.
Officer Gabriel Garcia was on duty Aug. 22 when he was shot in the head in San Bernardino.
An Inland Empire community is rallying around a police officer as he struggles to rehabilitate himself after being shot in the line of duty.