As if the night wasn't crazy enough.
Hundreds of travelers poured onto the airport's tarmac late Sunday.
Earlier this morning, I ran through Terminal 4 of the Los Angeles international Airport in tears. And I'm not talking about
The close encounter came at an altitude of 5,000 feet on Friday afternoon.
We are in a new era. One in which L.A.'s transit loving forces have awakened and taken back the city from the villainous Army of NO. And that is why I am optimistic about L.A.'s transit future and that the City will continue on the positive trajectory it has found over the past decade or so.
Also an LA native, John Brian King graduated from CalArts with a degree in photography. He designed film titles for dozens
One of the biggest challenges of living in a city with 4 million souls is how to carve out a little piece of paradise where you can take a step back, take a deep breath and recalibrate your inner Chi.
Volunteering is the most fulfilling part of my life -- and I have a very good life! I have a great job, loving friends, and I'm financially stable. At the end of every shift, I leave the terminals with a high -- filled with gratitude for being able to help others. This has been an intriguing journey for me. Who knew that serving all these people over the course of three years, and more than 1,000 hours of volunteering, would end up giving me so much more than I could ever give to them?
“She said your dog bit through the kennel. And we need you to just identify the dog," he told CBSLA. "And then she changed