Arts & Entertainment
A photo shared online shows Ron Howard, Marion Ross, Don Most, Anson Williams, Cathy Silvers and Scott Baio posing together.
The streaming company wants to rival television, even if it is partially bound to the massive media companies that make content the old-fashioned way.
After a successful acting career in the 1980s and early '90s, Winger grew tired of Hollywood and actually left the business for more than five years. She's back in "The Lovers."
The City of Riverside announced a proposal to create the Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art, Culture and Industry on Tuesday, which would house the comedian's vast collection.
His latest album, "All This I Do For Glory," is full of brooding compositions that use a variety of techniques that make his saxophone sound like a five-piece band.
The new Netflix series uses satirical, self-referential comedy to address touchy topics like race, politics and sexuality.
We play "Ask a Californio" with Theresa Chavez, whose family moved to LA almost 250 years ago. One of her ancestors, it is said, "could ride from San Diego to Sonoma without once leaving his own land."
The deal came after a flurry of last-minute bargaining, conducted during a media blackout that offered no tangible details about whether picket lines would go up until after midnight Tuesday.
In 'Risk' Laura Poitras set out to document how Julian Assange and Wikileaks are changing journalism, what she found is a lot more complicated.
Every month we take a look at all of the options you have to stream, from Hulu and Netflix to Amazon Prime, HBO Now and Showtime Anytime.
The Los Angeles Rams seem to be catching on to the idea that the modern NFL is built around the passing game.
Some 350 years ago, John Milton chronicled the Fall of Man, wrought by the red fruit. Except that it might've been a fig or peach or pear.
The role includes celebrating the rich and diverse history of Los Angeles poetry, says Robin Coste Lewis.
Authorities estimate 85,000 people are at Stagecoach, down from the 100,000 or so who attended Coachella. Stagecoach also has less crime.
Wanuri Kahiu doesn't want to make films about suffering Africans. Her movies celebrate happiness — with a sci-fi twist.
It's commonly accepted that as societies become more modern, religion loses its grip. But recent research suggests it's more complicated than that.