Arts & Entertainment
Comedy Central chose the relatively unknown South African comedian as the new host of "The Daily Show," but his lack of notoriety could be used to his benefit.
The youth orchestra from Fukushima and 15 young musicians from L.A. have a rehearsal with the L.A. Philharmonic's artistic director in Tokyo's prestigious Suntory Hall.
The sticks are banned this year at the events in Indio, California, and Chicago. Coachella dismissed them as "narsisstics" on a list of prohibited items.
Comedy Central President Michele Ganeless says that Trevor Noah "has a huge international following and is poised to explode here in America."
Alec Gibney talks about using drones to film his Scientology doc and describes finding a long-lost piece of archival footage featuring Church founder L. Ron Hubbard.
Branching out from its original home in Fullerton, the record label opens a store in L.A.'s Cypress park neighborhood and preps for its 4th annual music festival.
Fifteen members of Youth Orchestra Los Angeles are collaborating with a new ensemble in Fukushima, which is still recovering from the 2011 disaster.
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The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association Board made the announcement from Tokyo during the orchestra's first tour of Asia under Gustavo Dudamel.
The president called the show "one of the greatest, not just television shows, but pieces of art in the last couple of decades." Their conversation was about the effects of the war on drugs.
The heat wave is back, just in time for the weekend. That's why we're keeping you cool with indoor events. Here's everything you need to know.
Jim Ross is the most famous pro wrestling play-by play commentator of all time. He no longer commentates for WWE, but he's still telling stories in person and online.
Long Beach Opera's U.S. premiere of the new work has a libretto by Marilyn Bowering, who wrote a series of poems about Marilyn Monroe 30 years ago.
The Orange County-based school has launched a production company that will make low-budget films for the marketplace, debuting with a psychological thriller, "The Barber."
Fifteen young musicians from Los Angeles will perform with a new youth orchestra from Fukushima, the area his by a series of disasters four years ago.
The stage production tells the stories of undocumented youth in their own words in a collaboration with musicians including Shawn King of DeVotchka and singer Ceci Bastida.