Arts & Entertainment
USC's Dino Everett tracked down the student films of horror legends John Carpenter and Dan O'Bannon and compiled them into a feature-length program.
Fox's successful show 'Gotham'' found itself in hot water earlier this month when it hired a white stuntwoman as a body double for a black guest star.
Jian Ghomeshi, the co-creator and host of the popular arts and culture show "Q," will step down, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation announced Sunday.
To any over-exhausted parents who suspect they're hallucinating, we assure you: former "Reading Rainbow" host LeVar Burton gave a reading of the 2011 bestseller this weekend.
The exhibit at the Palos Verdes Art Center has artists and knitters covering furniture and even visitors to the gallery.
Shawn Levy's brick-sized new biography of screen legend Robert De Niro was produced without cooperation from the actor — but Levy says that just forced him to do better research.
Not all of us have the money to buy our own, but we can all flip through scanned images of what a $3.2 million nearly pristine copy of the 1938 book looks like.
Christmas yields dozens of holiday albums each year. But, "Monster Mash" aside, what of Halloween?
Playing alongside Eric Clapton on guitar and Ginger Baker on drums, Bruce sang such hits as "Sunshine of Your Love," "White Room" and "I Feel Free."
Things are a little sunnier on the Hollywood Walk of Fame after the posthumous unveiling of a star for John Denver. He received the star 17 years after his death.
The TAMI Show spanned two nights in late October, 1964. Acts like the Rolling Stones, the Beach Boys, the Supremes and James Brown gave career-defining performances.
Lin-Manuel Miranda and Tommy Kail have turned their the improv hip-hop show into a TV series on Pivot.
It's not that easy being dead. "The Walking Dead" hosts "Zombie School" every season for wannabe walkers. Here are some insider tips.
The hall of fame former Dodgers managers takes Off-Ramp to Paul's Kitchen, a long-running Chinese restaurant in downtown L.A.'s Fashion District.
How do cupcakes, kale and quinoa get so popular? David Sax, author of "The Tastemakers: Why We're Crazy for Cupcakes but Fed Up with Fondue" explains.
John Rabe talks with the father of found footage, Eduardo Sanchez, who revives the genre with "Exists," a movie even the Bigfoot community can love.