Arts & Entertainment
Paul Caponigro supposedly said, “I love people. I just don’t want them getting in front of my camera.” But his contemporary, Bruce Davidson, made his living photographing people.
Robert Kenner's new documentary "Merchants of Doubt" could be more accurately called "Preachers to Choirs."
Carol Ann Susi died on Tuesday after a brief battle with cancer, said her agent Pam Ellis-Evenas. Susi played Howard Wolowitz's mom Debbie on the CBS hit.
Then actress talks about her new film, "The Homesman," and whether there’s a definable characteristic in the roles she chooses.
Big Bank Hank, a member of the pioneering hip-hop group the Sugarhill Gang responsible for one of the most popular rap songs of all time.
Lakers guard Wayne Ellington will be taking an indefinite leave of absence following the murder of his father in Philadelphia this past Sunday.
This week on Tuesday Reviewsday, Steve Hochman and Justino Aguila talk about new albums from Ximena Sariñana, Damien Rice, Mariachi El Bronx and more.
Speaking with KPCC's The Frame, the Mexican-born filmmaker explained a joint statement from him and countrymen Alfonso Cuarón and Alejandro González Iñárritu.
Another Frame 'First': Geena Davis talks about not knowing what to do on the set of "Tootsie," the first movie she was cast in.
A designer who has dyslexia has created a font to avoid confusion and add clarity. And two English researchers are making a dictionary.
He's known as the witty talk show host of "The Daily Show," but his comedic chops weren't always as sharp, especially during his debut as a stand-up comic.
The writer-director says his sci-fi drama is inspired by everything from "Star Wars" to Steven Spielberg films to "2001: A Space Odyssey."
"Dido & Aeneas" and "Bluebeard's Castle" create an enjoyable evening together by being a welcome departure from L.A. Opera’s chestnut repertory.
Writer-director Christopher Nolan is a guest on today's debut as we aim to cover more of the film, TV, music and art world that makes L.A. special.
It's time for "On The Lot," our weekly peek behind the scenes in Hollywood. Alex Cohen speaks with Rebecca Keegan, who covers the film business for the LA Times.
As in the classic films of its type, "It Follows," by filmmaker David Robert Mitchell, is at its scariest when it suggests the real monster ... is us.