Arts & Entertainment
A recent study shows that fictional TV crime dramas have a significant impact on our attitudes about police, specifically when it comes to use their use of force.
When the R&B singer released his new album exclusively on Apple Music, he re-ignited the fight between two of the big players in the music streaming world.
"Any time you get 700 people together, it's a political moment," says artist Kim Schoenstadt.
Weisz's character is a bit of a rolling stone in the film — she is constantly reinventing her identity at the expense of her personal relationships.
From April to June of this year, more than 800,000 subscribers canceled their traditional TV plans, and that's changing the way advertisers and networks approach their biggest events.
Twenty-one years ago today, Selena's album "Dreaming of You" came out. At the time, the release was bittersweet-- the Tejano singer/songwriter and fashion icon didn't live to see her crossover album hit the airwaves.
Gene Wilder was known for his comedic work in films such as "Blazing Saddles" and "Young Frankenstein." But perhaps his most memorable role was Willy Wonka.
Oliver Wang from Soul-Sides.com and A Martinez talk about Frank Ocean, Vince Staples and Noname
In Southern California, fans of the Mexican singer Juan Gabriel are remembering a towering figure who transcending pop music to become a cultural icon for millions.
The Uruguayan filmmaker has launched a successful career in the horror and thriller genre, but he wants to branch out with a bigger challenge.
Gabriel was 66 when he died at home this past Sunday. KPCC's education correspondent remembers the star for who he was: the greatest songwriter of his generation.
Filmmaker Kamala Lopez spent seven years working on the film, which examines the various consequences of the U.S. Constitution's omission of explicit rights for women.
Wilder's nephew said Monday that the actor and writer died late Sunday at his home in Stamford, Connecticut, from complications from Alzheimer's disease.
Danny Trejo has been a boxer, inmate, drug intervention counselor, restaurateur, and actor. He's now taking on a role he's never played: himself.
Juan Gabriel was a master craftsman of epic love songs. Some of them were pop, some of them were rock. Sometimes he sang with a mariachi, sometimes with a full blown orchestra.
Don't be fooled by his mild PBS persona; the beloved painter was actually an exacting artist and businessman with — brace yourself — naturally straight hair.