Arts & Entertainment
A cycling group comprised of mostly Latino, bilingual, bicultural bikers is growing in Los Angeles — and changing people's minds about what recreational bikers look like.
A swarm of spontaneous selfie sessions has commenced as hundreds of fans have gathered for impromptu interaction with folks they watch online.
The British model wasn't hand-picked by studio executives for her lead role in "Paper Towns. "She won the part after an audition process that included 100 other actresses.
The government confiscated his passport in 2011 after Ai Weiwei was detained in the Beijing airport and held for 81 days.
Organizers of Boston's bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics downplayed the opposition that was already galvanizing against it, according to the original bid. See the documents here.
The accomplished actor talks about reuniting with the director who helped launch his career, his over-the-top British sitcom, and the biggest misconception about him.
Here are five great things you should do in SoCal this week from the makers of the 5 Every Day app.
In its short history, crowdfunding has led to some large controversies. But the creators of this new documentary want to show how inspirational crowdfunding can be.
WWE said it's "committed to embracing and celebrating individuals from all backgrounds as demonstrated by the diversity of our employees, performers, and fans worldwide."
Can't stand the humidity? We're going to get through this together, SoCal. Whether you want a weekend at the beach or indoors with air conditioning, we've got you covered.
The noted muralist is one of three artists commissioned to create new works in conjunction with the 2015 Special Olympics in Los Angeles.
Mike Swier, who opened the Mercury Lounge and Bowery Ballroom in New York, talks about opening a new venue in L.A.'s crowded market.
Playwright Todd Almond used his favorite album to write a musical inspired by the challenges he faced as a gay teenager in Nebraska.
If you’re looking for somewhere to get your dance on, might we suggest checking out the band La Chiva Gantiva at the Skirball Center tonight:
Off-Ramp’s song of the week is “I Forgive You” by Los Angeles-based duo OOFJ, from their sophomore album, “Acute Feast."
Kurt Sutter is making the move from TV's "Sons of Anarchy" to film with "Southpaw." He discusses making the movie without Eminem and why his new boxing movie is unique.