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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.
Miguel is becoming a dominant force in the music industry with over 1 billion Pandora plays on his last album "Kaleidoscope Dream," which also won him a Grammy for best R&B song.
Special Olympics spokesman Rich Perelman says 1,500 athletes and coaches spent the night at Loyola Marymount University after flights and buses arrived late on Tuesday.
“Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” and "Dope," both of which were darlings at this year's Sundance Film Festival, were unable to capitalize on their hype.
Vern Evans shot some amazing shots at this year's San Diego Comic-Con. Come see his distinctive cosplay photos, from smoking Jesus to a body-painted sword wielder.
The fictional bullet train might be the MacGuffin for True Detective's second season: where does it go and how similar is it to the real life high speed rail project?
In the classic 1973 neo-noir film, a detective battles with a similarly secretive shrink who runs a mysterious clinic for the rich and famous. Is it coincidence? Homage?
A long-time contributor to the Archie franchise has died in his hometown of El Paso.
An original manuscript and sketches were found at the late author's home and are set to be published on July 28. Two other posthumous Seuss books are also scheduled.
Vallance says the inspiration for the show came from a séance with Kahlo, DaVinci, Duchamp, Van Gogh and Pollock, some of whom are skeptical about artists and the art market.