One of the big reveals at Comic-Con International last week was a peek at the film “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” due out next year, and news that his nemesis would be the Vulture.
For those who need a Spidey fix before then, the Marvel hero is still spinning a web in — of all places — the baggage claim area of San Diego International Airport’s Terminal 2.Read more
Here’s an outdoor getaway with a twist: Go horseback riding, fishing, hiking and biking at the Ranch at Rock Creek in Montana — and then attend a barn dance where two-time Grammy winner LeAnn Rimes will perform.
The country-pop singer will appear at the all-inclusive Autumn Harvest Getaway at the luxury resort in Philipsburg.Read more
Partly to mostly sunny skies returned to Hawaii on Monday, and two popular national parks were again welcoming visitors after Tropical Storm Darby brought high winds, dangerous surfs and heavy rain over the weekend.
At 8 a.m. Pacific time Monday, Darby was downgraded to a tropical depression by the Central Pacific Hurricane Center. It was located 185 miles west-northwest of Honolulu.Read more
Here’s a chance to leave your car — and all the freeway traffic — behind when you escape from L.A. to beach cities San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano and Oceanside. Metrolink will take you there with $10 day passes good for unlimited rides on Saturdays or Sundays.Read more
One of the craziest and most improbable rumors ever to emerge from the secretive halls of Walt Disney Imagineering turned out to be true: The venerable Twilight Zone Tower of Terror at Disney California Adventure will get a “Guardians of the Galaxy” overlay in time for the May 2017 release of the film’s sequel.Read more
As Tropical Storm Darby menaces Hawaii, most airlines flying from Southern California to the islands are waiving fees for reservations changes.
As of 7 p.m. Pacific time Saturday, the storm was 45 miles south of Hilo on the Big Island, where heavy rain was reported Saturday evening. Tropical storm, flash flood and high surf warnings were in effect there.Read more