Arts & Entertainment
"The X-Files" is coming back as a six-episode limited series on Fox with the original stars, but in some ways it never left. Here's a look at what it saw first and what it inspired.
Round 2 is in the books, and we're down to the top 8 in KPCC's Public Radio Bracket Madness! Go vote in Round 3 (including dream match This American Life vs. Serial)!
Cordon, who followed Craig Ferguson as host of "The Late Late Show," is part of major changes for CBS late-night. Mila Kunis and Tom Hanks were guests Monday night.
The latest album from George Lewis Jr. marks the transition from an indie sound to pop, but according to the artist, it's part of a natural progression.
Filmmaker Lacey Schwartz talks about her decision to pursue her story via film, how she came to understand her true ethnicity and what she plans on teaching her kids about race and identity.
Eight years. That's the length of time a president might serve, or for fans of the band Modest Mouse, it's how long they've had to wait for a new LP. That wait's finally over.
Perro Aguayo Jr. apparently hurt himself in the wrestling ring's ropes while getting ready to take one of Mysterio's signature moves, the 619.
On the eve of the awards ceremony, GLAAD's director of entertainment media breaks down the current situation for LGBT characters in entertainment.
Find out what access Iranians have to popular music, why Kiosk's founder decided to leave Tehran and how he got his hands on rock music.
It's time for this year's bracket featuring all of your favorite public radio shows, including podcasts for the first time. Show your love and vote!
This weekend, two of X's members, John Doe and Exene Cervenka, will perform an acoustic set at the First Unitarian Church of L.A.
Can you feel that breeze? It's the cool temps calling your name. The heat wave is over just in time for a weekend of outdoor activities.
Charles Atlas is an pioneer in 'dance media' documenting Merce Cunningham for a decade at his dance company. He also has taken his camera into subcultures and outsider communities.
Ethan Hawke has a confession to make: He suffers from stage fright. It's something pianist Seymour Bernstein at a dinner party.
Starting Monday night, 36-year-old British actor James Corden will take over as host of "The Late Late Show” on CBS, replacing Craig Ferguson.
William Pope.L's "Trinket" — at MOCA's Geffen Contemporary — is just a flag in the wind, but it's also so much more.