Arts & Entertainment

Small cars, big fun. 41 years of the Greater Los Angeles Remote Control Racing Club

We visit a racetrack where the cars do thousand-foot laps in 17-seconds, cost $4,000, and are as big as a shoebox.

How Drew Struzan took iconic movie posters from ad to art

Drew Struzan was designing album covers in the 1970s when Hollywood came calling. He'd go on to create posters for some classic blockbusters, taking the idea of an ad to the level of art.

Hot dog tiaras and other '70s dinner party delicacies

A food blogger's fascination with retro entertaining pays off in a colorful volume of curious eats.

Will more HIV/AIDS stories educate TV viewers?

At a panel marking World AIDS Day, activists urged Hollywood to bring HIV/AIDS back into storylines.

Life goes on after a crisis in Mia Hansen-Løve's film 'Things To Come'

Filmmaker Mia Hansen-Løve and Isabelle Huppert team up for a personal film called Things to Come. It's a French film about a woman in mid-life made by a woman in her early 30s.

Emma Stone learns some new moves in 'La La Land'

The actress says she has suffered some of the same doubts as her character in "La La Land." But she's learned how to push herself to the other side.

Your go-to guide for the weekend in SoCal

Other than picking out the perfect tree and hanging endless strings of lights, there's plenty to do this weekend — whether or not you're looking for an extra boost of holiday cheer.

Cocktail history: The adult beverage trends of 1966

The annual holiday light show is back at the L.A. Zoo, and they're celebrating the zoo's 50th birthday with a 1966 cocktail night. So, what were people drinking 50 years ago?

Sundance 2017: 'Chasing Ice' director wants Trump to see his movie

“Chasing Coral," the latest film by filmmaker Jeff Orlowski, goes underwater to track how coral are being destroyed by warming oceans. He hopes his film changes minds about climate change.

Sundance 2017: Marina Zenovich tackles the California water crisis in her new doc

"Water & Power: A California Heist" is a documentary about the drought in California. The film will have its world premiere at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.

UPDATE: LACMA amends 'celebration' of Protestant Reformation to include Luther's anti-Semitism

The art the Reformation inspired is glorious, and LACMA's show is a mighty production, but Luther was the most prominent anti-Semite of the 1500's, and inspired the centuries of bigotry against Jewish people that culminated in Hitler.

Longtime Elvis Presley aide Joe Esposito dies at 78

Esposito was one of two best men at Presley's 1967 wedding to Priscilla Wagner and a pallbearer at his funeral. He died in Calabasas of natural causes, his daughter said Tuesday.

Meet the filmmaker who made that Disney short in front of 'Moana'

The filmmaker of the short film "Inner Workings" looked to the internal cultural struggle between his Brazilian side and his Japanese side for inspiration.

Natalie Portman: Hollywood still needs more women

Natalie Portman is getting Oscar buzz for "Jackie" but she says the best part of awards season is getting to spend time with other actresses, something she rarely gets to do while working because most films lack more than one role for women.

She & Him: It's Christmas time in the city

Actress Zooey Deschanel and singer/songwriter M. Ward have released six albums together, and their latest is their second holiday record, "Christmas Party."

'Icebergs' playwright tackles global warming and other threats with dark humor

For playwright Alena Smith, the anxieties of being an artist are similar to the effects of global warming, which is the subject of her new play.