Crystal Cathedral Ministries now hopes its Hour of Power comes in the form of millions of dollars in donations.
On July 10, 1994, Donald Christopher Windecker set out for a dive in Lake Tahoe. He never returned. (via Los Angeles Times)
Monday’s links feature high art and low comedy. And we love both equally.
They’re cute, lonely and in need of loving homes. But California lawmakers are now doling out strict penalties — as well as warnings to the public – on the unregulated sale of pets in hopes to curb acts of animal neglect and cruelty.
Whether or not you’re a fan of his movies or his political career (it’s probably best to leave the personal life alone), it can’t have been a shock to learn that Arnold Schwarzenegger’s childhood home has just opened as a museum …
Paco is a 10-pound Chihuahua. But when he’s angry, you’d better run.
Angelenos shunned their preferred mode of transportation – the venerable automobile – as the 405 went under repair this weekend.
Even more shocking than a lack of traffic in L.A. this weekend – the work crews actually finished early.
With all the commotion, you’d think it was the only road in town.
Enjoying Carmageddon from the comfort of your home? See the poor souls trying to cross the Sepulveda Pass before it’s officially blocked at midnight.
Sometimes the best ideas are the ones you hear about after it’s too late.
Catherine Kieu Becker, 48, is accused of cutting off her husband’s penis with a ten-inch kitchen knife, the Los Angeles Times reports.