LA Times columnist Arash Markazi has had quite a weight loss journey. Arash talked about the steps he took to lose so 130 pounds. He also talked about all of his health problems prior to his journey.
Fourth of July travel looks a lot different this year because of the pandemic. Many families are opting to travel by car. Doug Shupe with AAA shares some great advice and travel trends he is forecasting this summer.
Actress, TV personality, and autism rights activist Holly Robinson-Peete opens up about the conversations she's had with her son, AJ, about interacting with police. She also explains the heartache she's felt over the Elijah McClain cast.
Danny Jensen, the co-author of 100 Things To Do in Los Angeles Before You Die and the author of Secret Los Angeles, a Guide to the Weird, Wonderful and Obscure has some ideas of things you can do while still practicing social distancing.
Fandango's Nikki Novak tells us what new movies are available to watch at home this holiday weekend.
Variety's Elizabeth Wagmeister examines the Oscar winner's ability to survive scandal in Hollywood.
D.L. Hughley talks about his coronavirus quarantine, racism in America, and his new book.
Variety's Elizabeth Wagmeister discusses Weinstein survivors settlement.
Dating Expert Monique Kelley admits COVID-19 is tough on singles and calls this time "dating purgatory." But never fear, she has tips for social distance dating and more ways to get through this time safely, while still having a shot at finding true love!
The iconic singer Morris Day of Morris Day and the Time is best known for the hit “Jungle Love.” The band is bringing back their sound along with other old school bands like Cameo and The Mary Jane Girls to raise money for front line workers. The Pay-per-view special “Funk Corona” airs on July 10.
Sean Kanan is best known for his portrayals of A.J. Quartermaine on "General Hospita"l and as Deacon Sharpe on both “The Bold and the Beautiful' and “The Young and the Restless. Now, he's the creator and star of the Daytime Emmy-nominated digital series “Studio City.”
New York and L.A. are putting the brakes on stage and screen. Variety's Elizabeth Wagmeister has more.
With the recent spike in coronavirus cases, face masks have become necessary to stop the spread of COVID-19. FOX 11’s Vanessa Borge talks with Immunology Specialist, Dr. Andrew Pekosz about when and how to use face coverings
In his new Netflix comedy special, George Lopez tackles race, immigration, and politics. The comedian talks to FOX 11's Tony McEwing about his return to standup and why the title of that special, "We’ll Do It For Half" and a recent post about President Trump, which caught the attention of the U.S. Secret Service.
It's not everyday that high school students get the chance to sing with a huge star but that's what happened when students from Centennial High School in Compton Unified sang with Aloe Blacc. It was part of the "Music Unites" program.
Minority owned businesses have taken a huge hit during the pandemic, but because of the Black Lives Matter movement, some of those business owners are now reporting big sales jumps including the two black female owners of Southern Girl Desserts.
Rick Caruso, the developer for landmark shopping centers like The Grove and Americana at Brand as well as a member of President Trump’s Task Force to Reopen the US Economy talks about a wide range of topics, including an open letter to the community he recently sent out, after consulting with his employees.
Los Angeles County's Public Health Director, Dr. Barbara Ferrer, stopped by Good Day LA Thursday to provide the latest information on the coronavirus and its impact on Los Angeles County.
Word Warriors III is a powerful documentary starring actor Malcolm-Jamal Warner among others. It explores the circumstances of young black men in today's society and the concept of using one's words as a weapon of peace vs. guns and violence.
As Hollywood gets back to work many are wondering how things ill play out behind the scenes amid the pandemic.. The President of the Screen Actors Guild, actress Gabrielle Carteris joins Good Day LA to discuss the great reopening.