Arts & Entertainment
They were bought by a collector here in California who didn't know the items were stolen when he acquired them back in the 1970s.
A U.S. Army program allows elite athletes to join the military and train in their sport. Four Kenyan distance runners will represent America in Rio.
Cosplay has been a fixture of Comic-Con for more than a decade. Should our pets be embracing the geekery, too?
Despite the drama of a political novice accepting his party's nomination, the ratings for Trump's closing speech were just slightly higher than Mitt Romney’s in 2012.
“When I started to write, I was relatively old, and lived in California. So I was the wrong sex, wrong age, wrong coast. Luckily, I was too ignorant to know it.” -- Carolyn See
Midnighter and Apollo is the new series set to be released by DC comics in the fall. Writer Steve Orlando joined Take Two to discuss the future of the series.
One of the best things about living in Southern California are the options we have for entertainment, especially in the summer.
Opened in 1981 at Exposition Park, the California African American Museum is one of the smallest museums in a place that's becoming a renewed epicenter for Los Angeles culture.
Opening at select cinemas this weekend, "The Blackout Experiments" follows several extreme thrill seekers who participate in an "immersive horror" experience called Blackout.
The director behind "Pan's Labyrinth" and "Hellboy" owns a house filled with artifacts he has collected throughout his life, many of which will be on display at LACMA.
There aren't as many big movie panels at Comic-Con this year as fans are used to seeing, but there are still plenty of surprises.
Although you might want to stay away from certain beaches for now, there's still plenty to do inland. From free acai bowls to a zine festival, the SoCal weekend is here and it's looking pretty spectacular.
Chicas Rockeras, an affordable rock-and-roll summer camp for girls, just launched in an often overlooked part of town.
Ads and every marketing tool you can think of are everywhere at the annual pop culture extravaganza in San Diego.
Grey says filmmakers will accept a small budget in order to have a lot of control over a large cinematic experience. That's what first-time filmmaker David Sandberg experienced with "Lights Out."