The Mötley Crüe musician is asking $4.65 million for his eccentric Calabasas home.
ESCONDIDO, Calif. – Wineries are among the businesses that the green light to reopen this week for in-person service — but only those that also serve food. Cordiano Winery in Escondido has a full kitchen on site and was eagerly awaiting being able to welcome guests back on to the property after weeks of take-out…
William Lyon made his fortune following the freeways. Wherever the roads ran, that’s where the Air Force general-turned-homebuilder would mobilize construction crews, eventually building much of Orange County among many projects across the Southwestern U.S.
It’s a hobby that may quickly turn into an obsession.
Fred Willard, who parlayed a knack for naive characters into costarring roles on the television series Fernwood 2 Night and Everybody Loves Raymond and in several memorable films, has died.
Another major event has fallen to the COVID-19 pandemic, as the 2020 L.A. County Fair announced today it was canceling the event for the first time since World War II. Set for Sept. 4-27 at the Pomona Fairplex, the event ‘offers music, rides, food and showcases California’s agricultural community…
Newly minted Sports Illustrated Studios is launching its first feature film project with women’s rowing story “The Red Rose Crew: A True Story Of Women, Winning, and The Water.” David Glasser’s 101 Studios will, produce, finance and distribute the film adaptation of Daniel J. Boyne’s biography, centered on the formation of a U.S. rowing team…
More than 4,000 comic books are, or will soon be, in the hands of Fullerton School District students, thanks to a donation from Enrique Muñoz, owners of Comic Hero University.
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LOS ANGELES (CNN) — The famed Hollywood Bowl amphitheater in Los Angeles announced Wednesday it will not open for the 2020 season. The venue says the decision was made “in response to the latests guidance of public health officials and in an effort to protect artists, audiences, and staff from the spread of Covid-19.”