By Nadia Noir A buncha earthquakes in a row and now reports of rain and even hail to hit SoCal this week? Tomorrow is April Fools Day so maybe the universe is punking us, but […]
Most of the time,morning news are just thumbs down drivel that we put on to mildly stimulate our brains in the morning while we force little Jimmy and Rebecca to eat their Honey Nut Cheerios. […]
While most Southern Californians are used to warm temperatures practically all year round, the times they are a changin’. As though you haven’t heard this enough from your peer’s social media status updates, it’s flippin’ […]
Hurricane Sandy came, and, thankfully, is now gone. (And by the way, you can follow developments in the post-Sandy story at CBS New York, CBS Philadelphia and CBS Boston, and other CBS Local sites.) We hope everyone who was in the path of the storm is safe and in the process of picking up the pieces.
The east coast is hanging on through the massive weather storm that is Hurricane Sandy, and hopefully for you, the next day (or two) will just involve staying (safely) inside. If that’s the case for you (and we hope it is), here’s a a playlist to get you through the storm. And no, we didn’t forget about The Scorpions’ “Rock You Like A Hurricane,” we just thought we’d go with some less obvious choices.
The layman’s version of Groundhog Day is pretty boring if you ask us. A big rat thing pops out of a hole and predicts the weather? Yawwwwwn. The really interesting part about this amazing holiday […]
“The craziness you see on Spanish TV you don’t see in English TV, right?” Couldn’t have said it better ourselves. To kick things off, here’s Tom Hanks giving a weather report while dancing the mambo […]
It’s hailing in Oklahoma, which is strange for them it turns out, and not just because the hail is the size of a baseball and looks like it’s being shot out of a heaven cannon. […]