Arts & Entertainment
On "Front Row Seat to Earth," the indie musician uses inspiration from her Christian upbringing and growing up in a religious household.
LA's youth culture is often represented by surfer dudes and mall-loving girls. But one art show in East LA is putting a new perspective on this image.
Her latest film, "Trapped," follows abortion providers in the South struggling to comply with new state laws essentially trying to force them out of business.
It's back to the projector room for Oscar-winning director Ang Lee's pricey, gutsy movie-making experiment, “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk."
After the election, could Donald Trump turn his contempt for the mainstream media into a network of his very own?
Actress Rebecca Hall brings empathy and humanity to a troubled TV news reporter who took her life on live television in 1974.
The actress talks about feeling empowered by the nudity in the show and opens up about her past being objectified as a woman of color in entertainment.
L.A.'s poet laureate Luis Rodriguez wraps up his two-year term as the leading advocate for art and spoken word in the city he loves.
Developers want to build a temporary 12,000-seat interim stadium next to Orange County’s Great Park to replace Irvine Meadows Amphitheater, which is closing at the end of the month.
Singer Gaby Moreno may not be a household name in the U.S. but she’s something of a ‘rock star’ in Guatemala, the country of her birth.
Hernandez — a street photographer whose career has spanned decades — just got his first ever museum retrospective at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
O’Connor talks about how he and Ben Affleck approached a character on the autism spectrum. He gets emotional as his film hits theaters.
How did Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig, singers from the indie band, find themselves performing with the Pink Floyd co-founder at Desert Trip?
NPR and KPCC are looking at critical issues facing the nation before the presidential election. The Frame asked creators who work in arts and entertainment to weigh in on our nation's state of affairs.
Ethiopian chef Genet Agonafer and Guelaguetza's Bricia Lopez explain how the food they make shapes what it means to them to be an American.
Off-Ramp's R.H. Greene didn't make it inside, but only 350 people did, when Paul McCartney played at the famous Pioneertown venue Thursday night.