A source has claimed that Nina Dobrev and Shaun White's romance has become "more serious" in recent weeks.
From the rested in Kansas City and Pittsburgh to the relieved in Cleveland, Chicago and Los Angeles, the field for the Super Bowl chase is set. There are some powerhouses and some pretenders — and a team with a losing record.
Actor David L. Lander, who played Squiggy on "Laverne & Shirley," has died after a decades-long battle with multiple sclerosis, his wife said. He was 73.
Rafer Johnson, who won the decathlon at the 1960 Rome Olympics and helped subdue Robert F. Kennedy's assassin in 1968, died Wednesday. He was 86.
Bobby Brown has broken his silence following the tragic passing of his son Bobby Brown Jr. at the age of 28.
Nicole Scherzinger and Thom Evans are reportedly keen to start a family and they have been looking for a base in Los Angeles to raise kids.
Follow the latest scores and updates, as the Los Angeles Dodgers face the Tampa Bay Rays in the first game of the World Series.
Bob Gruen is a pre-eminent roll ‘n’ roll photographer who has captured images of icons such as John Lennon and Yoko Ono, the Rolling Stones and Tina Turner. In his latest book, “Right Place, Right Time: The Life of a Rock & Roll Photographer” (Abrams Press, $32.50), Gruen shares his stories and photos. Though he has traveled worldwide, he still remembers his first big solo trip. “My mom sent me to a school in Switzerland the summer I was 15,” said Gruen, who was born and raised in New York. “I traveled alone through Dublin and Paris and Geneva to get there. It was amazing. I loved traveling and eating new foods. I met students from other countries and learned about their cultures.”
Similar sightings of a man in a jetpack near LAX were reported to the FAA in September. The FBI is investigating the incidents.
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton's relationship has been "stretched to the limit" during quarantine, according to insiders.
Prince Harry would have already returned to visit the UK if it wasn't for coronavirus.
Born in Los Angeles and currently a resident of California’s Bay Area, author Nancy Jooyoun Kim focuses on a daughter who investigates her mother’s mysterious death in her novel “The Last Story of Mina Lee” (Park Row, $27.99). An avid traveler, Kim says she still has a destination she’d like to check off her bucket list. “I’ve always wanted to go to Australia and dive or snorkel at the Great Barrier Reef,” she says. “(It) is now in so much danger, because of climate change and global warming.” For more information on Kim and her book, check out her website (www.nancyjooyounkim.com).
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan volunteered with the Baby2Baby charity in Los Angeles this week as they handed out supplies at Knox Elementary School.
Tristan Thompson wants Khloe Kardashian to move in with him "forever".
Actor Sebastian Zurita views his hometown of Mexico City as another character on his Amazon Prime Spanish-language scripted series, “How to Survive Being Single” (“Como Sobrevivir Soltero”). Splitting his time between Mexico and the United States, Zurita, 33, traveled frequently prior to the coronavirus pandemic and said the destination was less important than his traveling companions. “I truly believe a dream trip comes from the people you are with and the type of trip you are making,” Zurita said. “Anything with friends without having to rush. I hate rushing.” The actor is active on Instagram (@szuritaoficial) and Facebook (@szuritab).
While isolating during a pandemic isn’t the best way to work on new music, singer-songwriter Kiiara is making the best out of an unfortunate situation. Based out of Chicago, the 25-year-old musician is celebrating the release of her latest single, “I Still Do,” which tackles how inexplicable your feelings about love can be. Her previous releases include “Open My Mouth” and her Linkin Park collaboration, “Heavy.” Fans may stay in touch with her on Instagram and Twitter (@kiiara), Facebook (@kiiaraofficial) and on her website (kiiara.com).
Kim Kardashian West has returned to Los Angeles after an emotional trip to see Kanye West in Wyoming.
After participating in the reality series, “The Bachelor: Listen To Your Heart,” Rudi Gutierrez is concentrating on her first love: music. Rebranding herself simply as Rudi, the 25-year-old singer’s latest single is “Stupid Boy” – a not-so-cloaked account of her relationship with castmate Matt Ranaudo on “The Bachelor” spinoff. (They are no longer together.) She has a home in Los Angeles, but has been social distancing in San Antonio, Texas, since the coronavirus pandemic hit the United States. Fans may keep tabs on her music on Instagram (username @itsjustrudi).