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Kevin Marcus and Will Baptiste 'bridge the gap' of classical music and hip-hop and break down the stereotypes they face as African Americans playing violins.
Shawn Fleming (aka Diane Coffee) on how he became the drummer for Foxygen, how he writes songs for Diane Coffee and how a sense of place affects his songwriting.
This week Nic Harcourt and Chris Martins are in for Tuesday Reviewsday with their favorite new tracks. There's new stuff from El Vy, Mercury Rev, Destroyer and more.
Local ER physicians say L.A. County should not allow electronic dance music events at the county-owned Fairplex. Two young women recently died at one such event there of suspected overdoses.
The actress and filmmaker talks about the impact that having a daughter has had on her approach to work, and the rigorous ways in which she approaches directing.
Gigmor is a website that its founders say merges the best of LinkedIn and Myspace to help musicians find gigs and bandmates.
So what happened at this year's Video Music Awards? Is Kanye West really running for president? Why was Miley Cyrus talking about her dead pets? All that and more, explained.
As summer comes to an end, Rebecca Keegan from the Los Angeles Times joins us to about the latest happenings in the film business.
The legendary director of "Nightmare on Elm Street" and "Scream" has died. His films, which often mixed slasher gore with wry humor, helped reinvent the horror genre.
We've spent two weeks looking at the state of television, and now it's time to ask some questions about where it's going from here.
From the heart of the Southland, this is 5 Every Week.
Manning died earlier this month of liver cancer at age 60. The event at the Los Angeles Theatre Center begins at 5:30 p.m. and is open to the public.
Festival co-founders Jenny Yang and Keiko Agena talk about the inspirations behind the event and how they want to create an opportunity for Asian-American comics to thrive.
The Oscar-winning actor explains why his interest in creating characters trumps issues such as race-specific roles or deciding between TV, movies and theater.
You know you want to eat those eggs Benedict.