Arts & Entertainment
A permanent "The Walking Dead" attraction is coming this summer, following three years of seasonal "Walking Dead" mazes as part of the annual Halloween Horror Nights.
Recently Cartoon Network revealed that one of their most beloved original shows, "The Powerpuff Girls," was returning to the network. What's with all of the revisited content?
In an unpretentious part of Orange’s Old Town is a brand new art museum. The Hilbert aims to represent all California art from the last 100 years. Right now, it's focusing on a genre called California Scene Painting.
Pi Day means a celebration of not just math but food, including pies and a chance at free pizza for 3.14 years.
The Grammy-winning singer and bassist has adapted her new album for a tour that comes to Los Angeles on March 15.
Austin darling Richard Linklater's new film, "Everybody Wants Some," will have its world premiere at the festival, as will "Pee-wee's Big Holiday."
Gallery partner Paul Schimmel explains why L.A. is the perfect outpost for an international gallery and art historian Jenni Sorkin provides context for the space's inaugural show.
"Huge" gets tossed around a lot today. But the word fits on several levels for the new hybrid gallery Hauser Wirth & Schimmel, which opens to the public this weekend.
Chihuahua or muffin? Labradoodle or fried chicken? These are the gnawing questions raised by the latest food images dogging the Internet. So we bit.
Get your horror movie fix, drink lots of IPA and even end the weekend by flying a kite. We've got all of the details you need.
Documenting the challenges faced by LGBTQ people in other countries was an eye-opener for the actress and her co-host, Ian Daniel.
Marine Sgt. Christian Ellis came home from the bloody Battle of Fallujah, and his story inspired the opera 'Fallujah,' which premieres in Long Beach.
The talk show host has recently welcomed Hillary Clinton, John McCain, Ted Cruz and several other newsmakers of the day.
He doesn't always shoot beer commercials ... at least, not anymore. After a final ad sending Jonathan Goldsmith on a one-way trip to Mars, Dos Equis will replace him with a new star, Ad Age reports.
It's called "Music for Train Stations" and it's presented in partnership with Metro and the electronic music collective Dublab.
"Where have you gone, Joe DiMaggio?" Who knows. But we know what he drove: a 1991 Mercedes you can buy for your daily driver.