Arts & Entertainment
The end of summer is near, but it's not over just yet. You can go taco tasting, catch one last outdoor movie and attend an Elvis festival.
Every month we get a list of great movies and shows that are available for streaming. Writer Mark Jordan Legan is our guide.
The National Park Service turns 101 this year, and it's celebrating its birthday by offering free admission Friday. Here's our list of parks to check out—all within driving distance.
Don McLeod came to LA to be a "suit performer," mostly acting as a gorilla in movies and commercials but it's his training in mime that led to a career as a living statue.
Her career has spanned more than 30 years, with roles in everything from "The X-Files" to "True Detective." Now, she's finally getting widespread recognition.
One of the big four networks has doubled its number of Latino actors and writers after a little persuasion from The National Latino Media Council.
The Frame hears from a trio of actors and producers about telling authentic trans narratives in the televisions shows "The Fosters," "Queen Sugar" and "Transparent."
In a recent televised news conference, Maduro said he didn’t understand why Dudamel would want to get involved in political matters.
French filmmaker, Gregory Monro, examined the comedian's career as a director, which Lewis believed he never received proper credit for.
A new exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art traces the painter's work from his civil rights activist days to a style that was deeply personal.
Ragan Smith stepped into the spotlight for the first time in her career, claiming her first national title.
Jerry Lewis, the rubber-faced comedian and director whose fundraising telethons became as famous as his hit movies, has died.
Gregory was known for his sharp satire, political activism and health advocacy. He went on multiple hunger strikes to protest issues like the Vietnam War and police brutality.
25 years after the trial of O.J. Simpson, a brief exhibition explores the pop culture phenomenon through memorabilia.
On the same day the entire Committee on the Arts and the Humanities resigned, the President and first lady decided not to participate in this year's awards.
The fashion reality show decided to change the bodies its designers make clothes for with models who range from size 2 to 22.