Saturday, the U.S. national men’s soccer team plays South Korea in an exhibition game. The match is a friendly, but a lot is at stake ahead of the World Cup.
How to throw a memorable last-minute party on Super Bowl Sunday — the easy, SoCal way.
Cookbook and children's book author Ying Compestine recently gave her favorite steamed dumplings an update by adding green tea.
Playing would-be lovers, singers Duy Truong and Huong Thuy sashay on the stage at the Pechanga Casino and Resort, as a full band keeps beat.
Come down from your scattered showers high and gear up for the weekend. We've got artsy activities to keep you occupied — plus one broed-out event for the football fans.
Get your tissues ready, celebrity cat lovers. Beloved Internet-famous sourpuss, Colonel Meow, has died.
By some measures, Mexico might have some of the fastest Internet speeds in Latin America. But for Tijuana's ambitious tech entrepreneurs and aspiring professional gamers, it's still painfully slow.
Los Angeles will host the U.S. marathon trials for the 2016 Olympic Games, city and USA Track & Field officials announced Wednesday.
It's the period-specific details that can lend credibility to a film, and to fill those needs Hollywood goes to Jim Elyea. He's the owner of a vintage prop house and the latest subject of our series, Hollywood Jobs.
Families of athletes normally make a pilgrimage to see the Olympics, but this year is different: The trip is more costly than previous games.
The 2014 Winter Olympics kick off in Sochi next week. Viewers across the country will be tuning into watch luging, snowboarding and curling. But will they be watching figure skating? Maybe not.
See a faux cat riding a roomba, enjoy free yoga at the Sylmar Library or learn about the dark side of love at the Last Bookstore. It's all happening this weekend.
Hockey writer Helene Elliott says Saturday's Kings-Ducks matchup at Dodger Stadium will be a spectacle, but it will also be a great, real hockey game.
Lots of podcasts do live shows, but "Jordan, Jesse, Go!" is upping the stakes by recording the show from inside the historic USS Iowa battleship.
The California Report's Diane Bock brings us this profile of a photographer who is still behind the lens, nearly 50 years on.
A funny thing happened to KPCC's Adolfo Guzman-Lopez a few weeks ago: He heard his name turned into a brief joke on the Simpsons.