LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE (KABC) -- "We missed human interaction," said 19-year-old Will Chant. "We just wanted to walk around and play some guitars."
That's how the band Rose Avenue, made up of mostly past and present La Canada High School (LCHS) students, started performing live music for their community in late April.
Chant said he and band member Langdon Dearborn, a senior at LCHS, were walking around playing guitars when a couple asked them to play Jack Johnson.
As a former LCHS student mysel...
Herstory Lessons pays tribute to women whose accomplishments are hidden from history, but who have made an impact on the world. In celebration of Women's History Month, "GMA" is highlighting these hidden female figures who have made a critical contribution to our culture.
Sleep has a public relations problem in the U.S.
"We really view it as a luxury; we view people who like to sleep or get a lot of sleep as lazy, and that’s just not true," said ABC News Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton. "We, in fact, can be referred to as a sleep-deprived society."
or the first time in American cheese history, an Oregon-made blue was named the world's best.
Rogue River Blue was named World Champion Cheese at the 32nd annual World Cheese Awards in October in Italy.
From "The Office" to motherhood, Mindy Kaling opened up about what she's learned from being a woman in comedy.
An undocumented immigrant for 15 years, Julissa Arce, 36, became "the definition of the American dream," successfully working her way up the Wall Street career ladder while hiding the fact she wasn't a U.S. citizen.
Even as the American press exercises their First Amendment right to tell the stories that are impacting society, the journalism industry has also been under attack in recent years for weaving narratives that have been accused of being “fake news.”
With the emergence of various digital media platforms, methods in which Americans obtain their news has seismically shifted from reading the daily newspaper each morning. How will modern day journalists adapt to changing news platforms in the future...
At Nakamura.ke Mobile Kitchen's, there's a one-of-a-kind of ramen on the menu.
Neon yellow, bright orange and blue -- the "lumen ramen," as it's called, literally glows in the dark!
Karina Garcia makes a living off making ... slime.
Garcia nets up to six figures per month making her ooey-gooey creations that are often colorful and sweet smelling, according to her manager.
"It's pretty crazy how something like slime made me a lot of money," Garcia said. "Literally, years ago before I started YouTube, I was making like $60 a week [as a waitress]."
Garcia said she was living in a small mobile home with her entire family, but now slime has allowed her and her family to move ...
Herstory Lessons shares the lives of women who have made an impact in history. "GMA" is highlighting these hidden female figures who have made a critical contribution to the world.
Dorothy Butler Gilliam made history by becoming the first black female reporter for The Washington Post in 1961 at the age of 23. At the time many women and minorities weren't included in newsrooms.
In her autobiography "Trailblazer," Gilliam wrote, "I immediately faced prejudice outside and inside the tension-fill...