Capt. Stubing, Gopher and the rest of the "Love Boat" gang will reunite in November for the christening of the Regal Princess in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
When tall ships parade into L.A. Harbor in San Pedro this month, expect to see an enormous, inflatable Rubber Duck in the lead. The piece by artist Florentijn Hofman will visit the West Coast for the first time to kick off the Tallships Festival LA 2014.
There's the Giant Artichoke in Castroville, Calif., and the Giant Tire in Allen Park, Mich. Now a new roadside attraction in British Columbia has made it into the big time too: a giant canoe paddle.
The Sunset Marquis in West Hollywood will add something new to its fancy pool deck this fall: writers.
Great food is part of the Las Vegas experience and Restaurant Week provides an opportunity to savor some fine fare while helping a charity.
Despite its regulatory woes, Uber is extending its reach in the smartphone world big-time. United Airlines, TripAdvisor, OpenTable, Starbucks, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts and other companies announced Wednesday that they were adding the on-demand car service as a feature on their mobile apps.
Maybe the Dodgers got their irate manager’s message, maybe they were simply due or, just maybe, they met a team in even worse disarray. In their first game since Manager Don Mattingly publicly criticized his team’s play, the Dodgers responded Friday with a 7-2 victory over the Rockies at Coors Field. It was hardly a perfect endeavor, but behind the pitching of Hyun-Jin Ryu and the hitting of Dee Gordon, the Dodgers jumped to a 6-0 lead over the Rockies, who have now lost eight consecutive games. Mattingly lamented his team’s selfish play before the Dodgers finished a 4-6 homestand, and he said after they managed only two hits in a 2-1 loss to the Chicago White...