Arts & Entertainment
The show, which portrays a 70-year-old coming out as transgender, won two Golden Globes — the first wins for original programming by Amazon.
Richard Linklater's 12-years-in-the-making "Boyhood" was right on time at the Golden Globes, winning the night's top honor, best drama, as well as best director.
Streaming services like Netflix and the DISH Network's new Sling TV are helping consumers break free of cable subscriptions. That means TV shows must find new ways to connect with their viewers.
Actor Taylor Negron, a fixture in L.A.'s comedy scene whose acting career spanned film, television, radio and online performances, has died at 57.
At a free screening of the film in Selma, Ala., many in the audience — both black and white — had firsthand connections to the history portrayed on the screen.
Jenni Konner stopped by the Frame studio to talk about the new season, falling "in love" with Dunham, and what script doctoring taught her about writing.
"Fantasia" is one of the most iconic films in cinema history. The makers of the video game took up Walt Disney's original intent to update the music through the ages.
Off-Ramp contributor R.H. Greene talks with Chaz Ebert about her late husband Roger Ebert's love of movies, and the festivals that help them get seen.
How will TV fair in the new year with the rise in popularity in streaming shows such as Netflix's "Orange is the New Black" and Amazon's "Transparent"?
More than six weeks later, Sony's network is still down — and is expected to remain so for a few weeks, as techs work to rebuild and get it fully back online.
You’ve worked five full days. Congrats. Didn’t think you’d make it, did you? With everyone back in town, the city is alive. And that means lots of free stuff to do.
Crouch helped pioneer the "Jesus Music" movement in the late 1960s and '70s that started the spread of contemporary Christian music. He also impacted pop music, arranging Michael Jackson's "Man in the Mirror."
Alix Spiegel and Lulu Miller have been in the radio business for years, but they're trying something new to explore "the invisible forces that shape human behavior."
'90s nostalgia, a surreal comedy and the first Asian-American sitcom in 30 years: Vulture.com's Margaret Lyons gives her picks on what new shows to watch in 2015.
A look into one of the quirkiest museum shows in recent memory, which features a roaming dog, a sculpture shrouded in bees, and ants that are very particular about room temperature.
At their best, these movies want to move the audience to tears before bouncing a ray of hope at them. At their worst, these movies are about pain in the same way as Novocain.