Arts & Entertainment
Nominated for six Tony awards, "The Humans" is a funny but serious look into what binds a family together — and what tears it apart.
In its continuing march toward global domination, "Hamilton" nabbed a record-setting 16 nominations. But it's not the only Broadway success of the past year.
Mother of Slain rap icon Tupac Shakur, who inspired her son's work and strived to keep his legacy alive, has died. Afeni Shakur was 69.
Not #foreveralone: Samantha Burns explains why she's optimistic about love for the millennial generation.
Lin-Manuel Miranda's hip-hop-flavored biography about the first U.S. treasury secretary on Tuesday broke the 15-nominations record held by "The Producers" and "Billy Elliot." See a list of nominees.
Ravin is the eighth player suspended this year under the big league program and the fourth in three weeks.
The couple's status as L.A. legends gained global fame in 1996 thanks to their appearance in the Vince Vaughn-Jon Favreau movie, “Swingers.”
Alex Brightman, the lead in the musical 'School of Rock,' knew he couldn't do a Jack Black impression — so he channeled W.C. Fields and Walter Matthau instead.
The concert promoter behind Coachella and Stagecoach has assembled some of the biggest names in rock 'n' roll history for a one-off festival this October.
Flash back in time to discover a Japanese-American cafe turned punk rock hub in Los Angeles' Little Tokyo neighborhood.
Marc Haefele reviews Patti Smith's performance at The Getty -- her late former lover Robert Mapplethorpe as background -- and remembers the favor she asked years ago.
Before Max Uriarte left the Marine Corps, he began a popular web-comic called Terminal Lance. His new graphic novel has now risen to the top of bestseller lists.
Actress Geena Davis tells host Alex Cohen why a town with no theaters was the perfect place to launch her own film festival.
"Shelter," a CalArts play about child immigration, will go on the road after finishing a run locally.
The widely denounced law, known as "the bathroom bill," is having an impact on a state that has been friendly to Hollywood productions.
The prominent international Pace Gallery has opened its first West Coast outpost, and it's not in San Francisco or Los Angeles. And there's even more art to see in the Santa Clara Valley.