Arts & Entertainment
"Unfriended" presented the difficulty of showing a whole movie on one computer screen, as well as trying to accurately capture millennials' Internet habits.
The North Carolina duo Sylvan Esso released its self-titled debut album last year to widespread acclaim, and they've been touring ever since.
It's official: Dennis Quaid is a good enough actor to convince the Internet he was having a meltdown. Instead, it's a hoax setting up a more elaborate Funny Or Die video.
Most of the thousands of audiobooks recorded every year are read by literary character actors — you don't know their names, but you recognize their voices.
Singer-songwriter Jenny Lewis tells us about her 15 years on the road, the song she hates playing live and why 2013's Coachella was the best performance of her life.
“There’s nothing like meeting a child and having a 90-minute interaction for four days, and that last day, they’re saying ‘I love you.’ And you don’t want to leave."
The R&B singer, who died Tuesday at 73, had 15 songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, but he's likely to be remembered by most fans for his 1966 hit.
This week on Tuesday Reviewsday, Oliver Wang and music supervisor Morgan Rhodes join Alex Cohen to talk about the latest in music.
A No. 1 hit in 1966, "When a Man Loves a Woman" was Sledge's debut single, an almost unbearably heartfelt ballad with a resonance he never approached again.
A veteran stand-up comedian, Schaal co-hosts the Hot Tub comedy night, which she launched 10 years ago in New York and brought with her to L.A. two years ago.
In his first U.S. club dates since being named Jon Stewart's successor, the South African comedian stayed away from the controversy that got him in hot water.
The Frame host John Horn got on the line with assistant producer James Kim to discuss highlights from Coachella’s opening weekend.
Despite its original writer/director walking off the project, and a mediocre early teaser trailer, reaction to the new "Ant-Man" trailer has been positive all around.
The final day of the California music festival ended with a bang last night, and we've got photos from some of our favorite sets of the day.
In 2006, the Nobel prize-winning author of "The Tin Drum" admitted that as a teen during World War II, he had served with the Waffen-SS — the combat unit of the Nazi Party's elite military police force.
This year marks the 60th anniversary of Ginsberg's once-controversial poem. A group of musicians and actors put on a show in Los Angeles this week in celebration of Ginsberg and his iconic poem.