Arts & Entertainment
Lynn was featured at the end of many of Common's albums, reciting poignant and sometimes regretful poems based on his own experiences.
The well-preserved Art Deco jewel box of a restaurant closed in 1967, and except for appearances in films and TV, has remained locked up. Until now?
Food writer Bill Esparza toured 13 towns in Guatemala where he tried an array of Mayan dishes. He profiled the food as bitter — that's not a bad thing.
Time Warner Cable announced Monday it had reached a deal that will allow independent broadcaster KDOC to televise the games. Here's your channel guide.
A football fan who's also the mother of three daughters, ESPN's Hannah Storm asked some tough questions Sunday that show how hard the week has been for families who follow the NFL.
LAPD North Hollywood Division's Facebook page has been pummeled with angry comments since the alleged cuffing of actress Daniele Watts in Studio City. She maintains she was kissing her boyfriend in public.
The "Daily Show" correspondent will become the first black co-anchor of SNL's "Weekend Update." His hire could help diversify comedy well beyond NBC.
Kevin Smith screens his horror film "Tusk" to Toronto Film Fest audience. "I can still show 'em something new after two decades doing the job."
Digging through stacks of vinyl is how some enthusiasts discover new music. But with L.A. garage-rockers Allah-Las, it's how the band actually formed.
A group of artists, designers, scientists and urban planners conceived the event to encourage citizens to explore the waterway, which is targeted for revitalization.
On Sept. 27, the West Adams Heritage Association hosts its annual Living History Tour of Angelus Rosedale Cemetery, where hundreds of historic figures are buried.
Music supervisor Brian Reitzell says scary music "should be kind of unfamiliar." The film and television music maker shares more on making scary sounds and the soundtrack for an LA drive.
Nate Silver’s burrito bracket collected 64 great burritos from across the country, and with a dedicated burrito journalist, FiveThirtyEight took on a mission to find the best burrito in America.
When casting first started for the new movie drama, "The Skeleton Twins," Bill Hader wasn't even being considered because filmmakers feared he couldn't do drama.
Brace yourselves, people. It's going to be hot, again. Lucky for us, we can take our minds of the brutal temps with free music and film.
Some leaders of an extreme city sport where people run, jump and slide on streets and over buildings, hope to slip into the Olympics.