Arts & Entertainment
With chiseled muscles and a flair for entertainment, Joanie Laurer exploded onto the scene of professional wrestling in the late '90s. She was found dead in her apartment Wednesday.
Social media is having a real effect on the way architects and artists think about designing the next Broad Museum or Getty Center.
There were 128 people arrested during Coachella's first weekend, most for illegal possession of a controlled substance or alcohol-related crimes.
She's a rarity among film composers, who are overwhelmingly male and white, but Bostic has carved out a career simply by dedicating herself to the work.
The Ford Amphitheatre in the Hollywood Hills has undergone a $65.8 million renovation, updating the 1931 structure to modern standards.
Artist Shepard Fairey, known for the HOPE portrait of Obama, designed the art for a special edition library card available at all 73 of L.A.'s public libraries.
The comedian uses his brand of sociopolitical humor and insight in a new CNN docu-series that sets out to engage Americans with divergent views.
A family spokeswoman said Monday that Roberts, winner of four Emmys outstanding supporting actress Emmys for her role on the beloved comedy series, died overnight in her sleep.
The music festival has shifted from featuring indie artists to EDM acts and DJs; and Doppler Labs used the festival to promote earbuds that allow the user to customize the sound mix at each stage.
Rachel Bloom, the star and co-creator of the unconventional show, was inspired by everyone and everything, from Stephen Sondheim to "South Park."
The Times won for its coverage of the deadly shooting rampage by husband-and-wife extremists at a government building in San Bernardino.
The Walt Disney Co.'s "The Jungle Book" opened with $103.6 million in North America, one of the biggest April debuts ever at the box office.
After a backlash on social media following the announcement of a possible texting-friendly policy in theaters, the company says no to texting.
The Frame's host, John Horn, visited the CinemaCon exhibit floor to get an idea of how theater owners are hoping to keep you going back to the multiplex.
The former "Daily Show" correspondent takes his comedic sensibility to a new TBS series that puts an edgy twist on the traditional family sitcom.
The associate artistic director at the Center Theater Group was recently appointed by President Obama to the National Council on the Arts.