Arts & Entertainment
It's not really a museum, per se, but it IS a great place to sample ice creams and take pictures.
Inspired by the subversive commedia dell'arte of 16th century Italy, a new production by the Actor's Gang tackles authority and freedom with a dose of laughter.
At Cinépolis Jr., kids get their yah-yahs out on an indoor playground so they can settle down and watch movies.
John Ridley's documentary, "Let it Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992," marks the 25 year anniversary of the 1992 L.A. Riots. He says a goal of the film was to "break hearts and lift spirits."
Lots of people made only one film in the careers. Many of them stank. But a few directors made great films, then never made another film.
For the second weekend in a row, hordes of Southern Californians will be in the desert, so take advantage of the smaller crowds at other shindigs. See our full roundup.
Desert X is a site-specific art exhibition in the Coachella Valley. The showcase features 16 contemporary art installations, spread out in the desert.
The voice actress for the popular video game, "Horizon Zero Dawn" challenges assumptions about female characters in games.
Indian-born U.S. national cricket team player Timil Kaushik Patel became a naturalized American citizen on Tuesday — a move he hopes will help bolster his new country's team.
The FCC allowed non-commercial stations to sell some or all of their digital bandwidth, resulting in a windfall of tens of millions of dollars for some outlets.
When long time movie producer got her chance to direct a film, she thought long and hard about what kind of director she wanted to be.
What the hell is that Big Boy/Chicken mutant sculpture in Glassell Park all about? We find out.
The first weekend of the annual Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival concluded Monday morning when the last remaining campers packed up and drove home.
The actor talks about developing Mike McLintock and how the meaning of certain jokes changed after Donald Trump was elected.
We’ve put together this slideshow of the people at the festival. Take a look and see how these folks are braving the heat in style.
After 20 years as the magazine's cartoon gatekeeper, Bob Mankoff is stepping down. He says humor helps us cope with hardship, get along with one another — and, in general, makes life more enjoyable.