The series, which has been in development for about a decade, will examine the former cruise liner’s storied past—from its construction in the 1930s to its missions during World War II to the present day—with a focus on the myths and urban legends of it being one of the most haunted places on Earth.
Sometimes, it’s nice to read about ghost stories that don’t take themselves too seriously.
The Queen Mary in Long Beach has been named by Condé Nast as one of the most haunted placed in the United States.
Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, The Game and Warren G were just some of the top names to take the stage.
The fourth annual ALT 98.7 Summer Camp is headed to the Queen Mary Events Park Sunday, August 12 with headliners Death Cab for Cutie, ODESZA and CHVRCHES.
Southern California firefighters can now get into The Queen Mary’s all-new CHILL attraction for free in appreciation of their efforts in fighting the recent California fires, the Queen Mary and its leaseholder, Urban Commons, announced last week.
Urban Commons, the leaseholder of the Queen Mary, has entered into an exclusive partnership with Goldenvoice, the creators of Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival and Stagecoach: California’s Country Music Fest.
From the Titanic’s conception to its infamously tragic demise, the ship’s story is one that continues to captivate the public’s imagination over 100 years later.
The post-Memorial Day program is part of the Queen Mary’s ongoing Community Service Salon Series.
The OC-based Observatory music venue has announced its latest festival, Summertime in the LBC, with a lineup to unite hip-hop and funk artists from every era at the Queen Mary on August 5.