Arts & Entertainment

The Getty's new $65M Manet: 'Spring' from an artist in the autumn of his life

“Spring” became one of Manet’s most popular works, deeply appreciated by art lovers young and old and by critics of both the old guard and the avant garde.

Ronald And Vivian Joseph perform the "Death Spiral' on Oct. 26, 1963, at the World Championships. The International Olympic Committee announced this week that the Josephs, who originally placed fourth in the 1964 Winter Games in Innsbruck, Austria, were in fact the bronze medalists.

After 50 years, an Olympic medal dispute is resolved

The Olympic Committee recognized that American figure skaters Vivian and Ronald Joseph, who originally finished fourth, won the bronze at the 1964 Winter Games.

David Lowery, of Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven, says he's wary of the way Pandora pays for music.

Pandora's new deal: Different pay, different play

A deal between Pandora and a group of record labels has raised concerns that the company is favoring certain songs over others.

Tuesday Reviewsday: Azealia Banks, Prhyme and more

Morgan Rhodes and Oliver Wang join A Martinez to talk about their favorite recent releases, including music from Azealia Banks, Prhyme, Pace Cadets and more.

Top Independent Spirit Award nominees: 'Birdman,' 'Boyhood' and 'Selma'

The indie film world's version of the Oscars reveals picks for the 30th annual Spirit Awards. Alejandro Iñárritu's "Birdman" leads the way with six nominations.

Dog follows athletes through mud and water, and melts hearts

After a stray dog met a team of Swedish adventure athletes in Ecuador, he ran for miles through rough terrain and swam to keep up.

10 fun and almost-free things to do Thanksgiving weekend

This year, we're thankful for some time off. If you're sticking around Los Angeles for the holidays, we've got you covered with cheap events through the weekend.

19 classic Thanksgiving TV specials and comedy videos

Holiday traditions in our digital age may include less appointment viewing, but you can have your own Thanksgiving celebration online with these Turkey Day videos.

'The Imitation Game': Benedict Cumberbatch couldn't 'bear the tragedy' of Alan Turing

The actor talks about how much he knew about the WWII codebreaker before taking the role, whether or not motion capture is "real" acting, and more.

Rapper Killer Mike on his emotional St. Louis speech in the wake of Ferguson

Killer Mike talks about the Ferguson decision, how they'd originally refused to play in St. Louis and how he's explaining the outcome of the case to his kids.

Why turkey on Thanksgiving? A food historian explains

Why is turkey the star of the show on Thanksgiving? Andrew F. Smith, author of "The Turkey: An American Story,” explores this question.

Take a bite out of Ringo: Giant cookies honor pop culture icons

From Calvin and Hobbes to Fall Out Boy, two self-taught pastry pros specialize in hand-painted cookies of musicians and other cultural icons. Their creations seem almost too beautiful to eat. Almost.

Boots: Beyoncé's most mysterious and least talkative collaborator

He became the Internet’s favorite mystery late in 2013 when he was credited as a songwriter and producer on Beyoncé’s surprise self-titled album.

'Hunger Games' director Francis Lawrence knows the pressure is on

The director of "Mockingjay: Part One," says he was "a little nervous" about meeting fans' expectations for this episode, which doesn't have much action.

'Stop Kiss': Playhouse director makes risky debut with lesbian love story

Seema Sueko, director of the Pasadena Playhouse's run of 'Stop Kiss,' talks about how the audience response to her directorial debut exceeded all of her expectations.

'Mike Tyson Mysteries' producer says boxer plays a 'comedic fantasy' of himself

Hugh Davidson, producer/writer of the Adult Swim show, says the former boxer "is very aware and trying to do the best he can, and it's hard not to root for that."