Arts & Entertainment
Beyonce and Adele were nominated for album, record and song of the year. Beyonce leads overall with nine nods, followed by Drake, Rihanna and Kanye West, with eight each.
Emily Friedlander of Vice Media says there are underground music communities around the country and that the scene is L.A. is "very large and very active."
Months after the death of his son, Cave approached his friend/director Andrew Dominik with the idea to film the recording of his latest album, "Skeleton Tree."
At least five video games starring President-elect Trump have come on the market this year. Some carry a very pro-Trump message; others are decidedly anti-Trump.
Sandra Bernhard brings the raucous style of her one-woman stage shows to radio with her SiriusXM talk show "Sandyland."
After a year of getting sidelined in Hollywood, Asian-American comedians celebrate their first mainstage show at the popular Upright Citizens Brigade.
Bottoms up! It's Repeal Day, when we toast the end of Prohibition. To celebrate, several bars are offering drink specials.
After an 18-year closure, Santa's Village in Lake Arrowhead was set to reopen on Friday. Unfortunately, the festivities hit a snag, a force of nature even Santa Claus couldn't control: wind.
"I think it shows not only what people went through and what was lost because we weren't listened to, but I think it shows our resilience."
Since hoverboards aren't a reality and hills are, pedal power promoters who want a little extra push say electric bikes could be the next big thing.
Businessman Steven Mnuchin has his hands full as nominee for Secretary of Treasury so he's resigning from the downtown museum's Board of Trustees.
Chris Wells is a veteran of the LA theater community who created The Secret City to break down the walls between audience and performer, bring community together and worship art.
The songwriter and producer has ben branching out into films and his latest is based on the true story of three African American women at NASA in the 1960s.
We visit a racetrack where the cars do thousand-foot laps in 17-seconds, cost $4,000, and are as big as a shoebox.
Drew Struzan was designing album covers in the 1970s when Hollywood came calling. He'd go on to create posters for some classic blockbusters, taking the idea of an ad to the level of art.