The Iranian American Women Foundation (IAWF) will present the inaugural gala “Women of Influence Soirée” on Saturday, April 13 at The Beverly Hilton.
A weekday commuter service between Long Beach and Westwood, including the UCLA campus, will begin Monday.
Worldwide music sales rose by nearly 10 percent in 2018, a fourth consecutive year of growth fueled by online streaming, according to figures released on Tuesday by an industry body.
Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger will undergo surgery to replace a heart valve, with the band postponing the North American leg of a tour as a result, a report said Monday.
Representatives of a company that makes digital rooftop advertising for taxi and rideshare employees sounded off Monday on a Los Angeles City Council committee's support for a motion to ban the devices, saying such a move would impact the pocketbooks of drivers who are already struggling to make ends meet.
Outspoken attorney Michael Avenatti, known for his past representation of adult-film actress Stormy Daniels in her lawsuit against President Donald Trump, made his first appearance Monday in Santa Ana federal court in connection with charges of bank and wire fraud.
A man matching the description of the suspect accused of killing rapper Nipsey Hussle in South Los Angeles was arrested Tuesday in Bellflower, but authorities were still working to verify his identity.
Rapper Nipsy Hussle was fatally shot Sunday and two other men were wounded outside Hussle's clothing store in South Los Angeles.
Wide strollers, children's push wagons and several smoking areas are getting nixed at Disneyland to help ease the crowding that is expected when the theme park opens its much-anticipated Star Wars land in two months.
President Donald Trump on Thursday reversed his administration's decision to cut funding for the Special Olympics, saying the competition for people with intellectual disabilities is "incredible."