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4 to Watch: Take Look at the Eerie Remnants of California's Bombay Beach Resort

The Salton Sea resort once attracted tourists and celebrities, but only decaying reminders of those days remain

During the mid-20th Century, California's largest lake was home to a buzzing tourist resort with an air of celebrity glamour. Decades later, curious visitors still find remnants of that time dotting the other-worldly landscape about 90 miles north of Mexico.

It's one of the stories we're featuring Friday on NBCLA.com

Photos: The Remnants of Bombay Beach, California's Abandoned Lake Resort

The signs of a popular resort destination are still there along California's Salton Sea shoreline, but they exist in a state of decay -- abandoned remnants and reminders of what used to be. Click here for new photos from Bombay Beach.

[LA GALLERY] Bombay Beach: Remnants of a California Tourist Destination on the Salton Sea Shore

Rams Throwback: What Else Was Happening in 1980?

The year was 1980. Pac-Man and Rubik's Cube arrived in the U.S, the U.S. hockey team shocked the world and the Los Angeles Rams faced the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Super Bowl. Take a look back at what else was happening the last time the Rams reprented LA on the NFL's biggest stage.

Rams Throwback: What Else Was Happening in 1980, When the LA Rams Last Played in a Super Bowl

Get in the Game at the LAFC Job Fair

The Los Angeles Football Club is hiring as the team gears up for its second MLS season. Here's what to know about the Friday-Saturday hiring event at the team's stadium in Exposition Park.

PHOTOS: Take a Tour of LAFC's New Stadium

Arriving Soon: Metro Blue Line's $350 Million Upgrades

The Metro Blue Line's upcoming $350 million project will requires some closures that begin Saturday and continue along portions of the line for two extended four-month periods. What to know about the project.

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