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It's like Record Store Day for the bookish crowd. Shops across Southern California will celebrate Independent Bookstore Day with events and special edition items.
How about free music, bird watching over beer and a little help with your spring cleaning? Here's everything you need to know.
California is preparing to launch its newly-expanded tax credits program. The available funding has more than tripled — from $100 million to $330 million annually.
Tom Carroll, host of YouTube's "Tom Explores Los Angeles," will lead a 16-mile walk Wednesday down one of Los Angeles' most iconic streets.
The "Book of Mormon" and "Frozen" actor plays a version of himself on FX's "The Comedians," whose failures are heightened, with negative traits multiplied.
Next week, the same plane Louis Zamperini flew in World War II — as depicted in the Oscar-nominated movie "Unbroken" — goes on display in Torrance.
Rivers was fined $25,000 by the NBA for public criticism of the officiating after Los Angeles' Game 5 loss to San Antonio.
Streaming outlets are making a play to be the new TV networks. The latest big deal: "Seinfeld," which some outlets are pegging at around $180 million over five years.
Stella Mozgawa's now in the indie band Warpaint and is living her teenage fantasy. "The last thing that you want to do is invite mediocrity into some innocent person's life."
"It ends with Kurt saying 'I got out of class, and kids were there to make fun of me, and I couldn't handle the ridicule, so I went to the train tracks to kill myself.'"
You missed a rare local performance by Billy the Mime. Read this to find out why you shouldn't miss the next one.
The frontrunners in the dramatic arena are "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" and "Hand to God." Meanwhile, Hollywood stars trying Broadway mostly came up short.
Tompkins has his own TV show and podcast, performs live shows, appears as a guest on numerous other podcasts and writes and performs on several other TV shows.
The singer-songwriter is alert and "she comprehends," according to her website. Earlier media reports said she was in coma and unresponsive.
Pope.L's “Trinket” focuses on a massive American Flag slowly being shredded by the giant, high-velocity fans that Hollywood uses to stage tornadoes and hurricanes.
This week on Tuesday Reviewsday, our new music segment, music journalist Steve Hochman joins Alex Cohen to talk about the best new albums.