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'Bad Hombre': Jazz drummer/composer Antonio Sánchez's musical response to Donald Trump


The Mexican-American jazz drummer talks about drum improvisations and creating an album that directly responds to Donald Trump's rhetoric about Mexicans in the U.S.

Jason Aldean 2nd Annual Concert For The Kids

Jason Aldean's message for those who would sow fear with violence


Country music singer Jason Aldean took the stage in Tulsa, Oklahoma at his first concert since the deadly mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas.

The Weinstein Company's Pre-Oscar Dinner in partnership with Bvlgari and Grey Goose

​Weinstein Co., overwhelmed by backlash, may be up for sale

The company said Monday that it will receive an immediate cash infusion from Colony Capital and is in negotiations for the potential sale of all or a significant portion of the company.

Berlin soccer team takes a knee to support NFL players

"We wanted to make a stand against racism," said the team's captain.

Kazuo Ishiguro wrote a screenplay about eating a ghost

Written in the '80s, The Gourmet is an absurdist satire exploring the politics of food and the hedonistic culture of consumerism.

You can now walk the line on Folsom's Johnny Cash Trail

The city completed the second phase of the 2.5-mile trail, which criss-crosses prison property and connects to other trails.

Academy kicks out Harvey Weinstein

How do you solve a problem like Harvey Weinstein? The folks who hand out the Oscars have expelled the movie producer from their ranks.

The chef who's making the slow-cooker hip again

Hugh Acheson says the workhorse kitchen tool "is a gateway to cooking from scratch." His new book contains more than 100 slow-cooker recipes.

Thomas the Tank Engine gets two girlfriends

Three of the seven engines at Tidmouth Sheds will be female when Nia and Rebecca join the "Thomas & Friends" TV series next year.

‘Lore’: From terrifying podcast to more terrifying TV show

How did Aaron Mahnke turned his popular podcast about dark historical tales into a TV show?

Filmmaker Angela Robinson lassoes the other Wonder Woman movie

The director of "Professor Marston and the Wonder Women" opens up about the strange, fascinating life of the superhero's creator — and about sexism in Hollywood.

Billionaire LA philanthropist Eli Broad retires from foundation

Broad's foundation will continue to support his interests, including stem cell research at California universities and charter-school advocacy and grants.

Amazon Studios chief on leave after producer details alleged harassment

The decision came hours after The Hollywood Reporter published a producer's detailed claims of harassment by Price.

NBC passed on a bombshell Harvey Weinstein story. Why?

As more women come forward with their sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein questions keep piling up. Among them: Why did Ronan Farrow, a reporter for NBC News, publish his story about Harvey Weinstein in The New Yorker?

6 things to do this weekend in SoCal

Fall is in full swing. Our list of weekend events includes an L.A. version of Burning Man, an oyster festival and more pumpkins!

Getty director tapped to lead National Trust board

Timothy Whalen,director of the Getty Conservation Institute, has been elected to serve for three years as the Chair of the National Trust's Board of Trustees.