Arts & Entertainment

Vincent Price's daughter on fear, love and 'The Fly,' at Vincent Price Art Museum

Victoria Price: "We could go down our own rabbit hole of fear, but I really feel that all of life comes down to two choices, love or fear. And one of the ways we can manifest love, is to keep making art that speaks against fear."

'Soundbreaking' goes inside the recording studio with Stevie Wonder, Beyoncé and more

The new PBS docu-series "Soundbreaking" pulls back the curtain to reveal what goes into making music in the recording studio.

Gwen Ifill, host of 'Washington Week,' 'PBS Newshour,' dies

Ifill was a veteran Washington journalist who covered seven presidential campaigns and moderated the vice presidential debates in 2004 and 2008.

A song for Leon Russell

Off-Ramp's Rosalie Atkinson's letter of gratitude to legendary songwriter and performer Leon Russell, who died Sunday at 74.

Southern rock legend Leon Russell dies

A native of Oklahoma, Russell's talents gave him the ability to span country, gospel, blues and rock.

SNL reflects a nation's tone in post-election episode

The somber cold open set a cathartic tone for those upset by Tuesday's outcome.

Military chefs compete in a unique cooking challenge

Think of it as "Chopped" for the armed forces. Sixty of the military's best chefs are competing in Las Vegas at an all-day cook-off.

Late goal gives Mexico 2-1 win over Team USA

The U.S. dominated the second half before a header gave Mexico the win in this World Cup qualifying match.

Hear Leonard Cohen's final interview

Recorded just after Leonard Cohen's 82nd birthday, the singer talks about his health and his final album.

In this chaotic arm wrestling tournament, the real winner is charity

What do a bloody nun, a Martian princess and a crazy cat lady have in common? They love arm wrestling — and charity.

Remembering Leonard Cohen with Judy Collins, Hal Willner and Rufus Wainwright

The singer-songwriter, who died this week in Los Angeles, leaves behind a legacy of artistry and sweet memories from friends and colleagues.

Pussy Riot's Nadya Tolokno on Donald Trump

She talks about the punk rock collective's new record, which includes the protest song "Make America Great Again."

At an open mic for veterans, a chance to jam and bond

"This is the only place in town where you can come out and see the talent that’s in the veteran community here in Hollywood," says actor Michael Broderick.

A daughter explores her father's PTSD, from Vietnam until today

NPR's Kara Frame traces her father's PTSD, and those of his Army comrades, back to a terrible battle in Vietnam. In a short documentary film, she also explores the impact it's had on their families.

The art of transformation at a Watts elementary school

Florence Griffith Joyner elementary, a struggling school in Watts, is hinging its improvement plan on a turbo-shot of the arts.

Singer/songwriter Leonard Cohen dies at 82

"It is with profound sorrow we report that legendary poet, songwriter and artist, Leonard Cohen has passed away. We have lost one of music’s most revered and prolific visionaries."