Arts & Entertainment
Ed Moses hates the words "make" and "create" and "art." As far as he's concerned he's a "shaman" who engages in "magic."
Blues guitarist Buddy Guy was among the more than 4,000 people who filed past King's open casket at the B.B. King Museum in Mississippi Friday.
"Aloha" has been hammered by critics — it's at 14 percent positive on Rotten Tomatoes. Now, they're giving away the movie's first eight minutes online to try luring in fans.
L.A.-based arts organization Clockshop uses contemporary art to bring Angelenos back to the L.A. River. The area is set to become a California state park.
Susanna Hoffs talks about why The Bangles broke up and got back together, her favorite songs to perform, and how it was partying with The Go-Go's in Las Vegas.
The weather is set to heat up this weekend and there is plenty to do in the City of Angels, like gourmet pizza and craft beer for a good cause, an outdoor movie, CicLAvia, and more.
The 2,700-acre ranch featuring a train station, six-bedroom house and 50-seat movie theater has been in limbo since Jackson's death in 2009.
Richard Turner is a world-renowned card shark who also happens to be completely blind. He performs all over the world, usually without audiences realizing he can’t see.
One-man show "Satchmo at the Waldorf" stars John Douglas Thomas as jazz great Louis Armstrong, reflecting on his career months before he died in 1971.
In an email sent to "Serial" newsletter subscribers on Wednesday, producers said they hope to launch Season Two this fall and Season Three next spring.
The band performed the first of its five shows at the Forum in Inglewood on Tuesday night. The Frame gets the scoop from L.A. Times' Randall Roberts.
Rick Baker has been nominated for 12 Academy Awards and he's won seven. But despite considerable success, he is now retiring from show business.
The new film 'Heaven Knows What' explores the world of young heroin addicts living on the streets of New York City.
"Creativity is anytime we take the world and, with our own hands, we make a change in it," Glass says. He continues to work hard, as always — he had day jobs until he was 42.
Dennis Sheehan, U2's longtime tour manager, has died at a Southern California hotel, a day after the band kicked off a five-night stint in the Los Angeles area.