Arts & Entertainment
The Los Angeles Philharmonic is reaching out to underprivileged children by providing them free instruments and musical training.
The songwriter behind the overwhelmingly catchy theme song from 'The Lego Movie' pulls back the curtain on its complicated irony and calculated accessibility.
Los Angeles is full of coffee shops bustling with screenwriters on laptops. Collin Friesen, a writer himself, explores his contempt for this habit and maybe ... becomes a convert.
The best-selling author stopped by The Frame to talk about his role in the adaptation of Harry Bosch for TV and what it was like to finally see his iconic character on screen.
The short documentary, "Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1," produced by Dana Perry and directed by Ellen Goosenberg Kent, goes inside the only crisis hotline center for veterans in the United States.
To help you shine at your Oscar viewing party, AirTalk presents its 13th annual FilmWeek at the Egyptian theatre.
Actor David Cross recently took to crowdsourcing site Kickstarter to help distribute his directorial debut, "Hits," a dark comedy about the nature of fame in the age of social media.
Love is in the air. And whether or not you're into it, we've got a list of ways to get you through. Here's everything you need to know to enjoy your time off.
The artist discovered quilting at the San Francisco Art Institute and decided to incorporate materials and images from his hardcore days.
We're used to Happy Meal movie tie-ins, but with the "Fifty Shades" film opening Friday, some retailers — even Target — are stocking their shelves with sex toys.
'Sideshow" host-producer Sean Rameswaram talks with Katja Blichfeld and Ben Sinclair-- the creators of the hit Vimeo series "High Maintenance."
From "Dazed and Confused" to "Boyhood," Adair has been Richard Linklater's most trusted editor. Five years into the 12-year production, she saw "Boyhood" coming together.
If there's one thing that many Los Angeles comedians have in common, it's that, like many in this city, few of them are local natives.
A new online survey shows only 27 percent of Americans can identify the "NBC Nightly News" anchor from his photograph.
In the pantheon of trusted public figures, we’re supposed to be able to turn to network news anchors and reporters for the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.
The Oscar-nominated documentary was really an attempt to overcome a stunted relationship between a world-renowned photographer and his son.