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An activity with his Big Brother unexpectedly led Markees Christmas to land the lead role in the feature film about a kid who moves to Germany with his dad.
'Southside with You' follows Michelle and Barack Obama's first date and shows something we don't get too see often in film: black romance.
Hardier than corn, this ancient grain has a subtle, nutty flavor and is full of nutrients. But for most Americans, amaranth is still obscure. Researchers in Tennessee hope to change that.
Max Ritvo, a Los Angeles-born poet who chronicled his long battle with cancer in works that were both humorous and searing, has died.
YouTube is a recent arrival in original TV content, but it has rolled out a pleasantly traditional show about friends who may or may not (oh, come on) fall in love.
The 2016 Olympic Games are over, but they once again provided inspiration to viewers around the world. Here's how you can support the Olympics and get involved.
The son of Egyptian immigrants says a visit to his parents' homeland showed him that anger could be a positive force.
The experimental Los Angeles musician studied classical composition at California Institute of the Arts. But she's enough of a pop artist to play at FYF Fest.
The helicopter Richard Nixon used during his presidency left Yorba Linda in preparation for a facelift. The goal is to restore it to its former glory.
One lucky competitive eater did last week. And although you might've missed the 2016 Day-Lee World Gyoza Eating Championship, don't worry: we have pictures.
This week, LA City College received an unprecedented gift of $10.1 million.
John Krasinski chats about directing "The Hollars," life after "The Office" and how his "face acting" compares with Denzel Washington's.
Don't hang around the house like a slug this weekend. Do yoga with cats, drink sour beer and check out an interactive "South Park" art gallery. We've got the details.
A remarkable Shakespearean, "Chimes" is an epic summation of Welles the artist on a canvas as broad and alive as "Citizen Kane," and it might include Gielgud's best performance.
Disappointed by the demolition of some of his favorite buildings in Los Angeles, Gerald Cox decided to preserve them with hand-crafted models.