Arts & Entertainment
Janelle Asselin was criticized after she spoke out against depictions of women in comic books, and it's led to her reviving a romance comics series.
The Getty Center’s new exhibit, “Painting Set Free,” displays an incredible number of works by the man many people now think of as the greatest English painter of all time.
On April 4th Johnny Mathis is performing at Walt Disney Concert Hall. It's his first time at the venue, and he's excited to be performing there, but he's a bit nervous.
The promoters of male soap opera face a time of transition as they try to reach out to female fans and to hardcore fans, looking to take WWE to another level.
Marilynne DeJonge told The Associated Press she hasn't spoken to her daughter Lanessa DeJonge since Saturday and is worried about her.
Amber Tamblyn, herself an actress, says the poems in "Dark Sparkler" are inspired by young actresses who met untimely, tragic deaths.
"Papa" director Bob Yari and producer Amanda Harvey talk about what’s believed to be the first U.S. feature shot in Cuba in more than 50 years.
A recent Deadline article worried over whether network TV is becoming too brown. It missed some really important history.
Actress/comedian Charlyne Yi has a new solo album of dark, confessional pop songs out on L.A. veteran indie label Folktale Records.
After being found unconscious in her home Tuesday afternoon, folk music icon Joni Mitchell has been hospitalized in Los Angeles.
After performing in four cities in three countries over two weeks, orchestra members talk about the ups and downs of tour life.
The South African comedian has apparently survived the firestorm that erupted after his Twitter feed revealed jokes that some felt were anti-Semitic and sexist.
This week on Tuesday Reviewsday, our weekly new music segment, A Martinez is joined in the studio by music journalists Steve Hochman and Chris Martins.
Less than a day after Comedy Central revealed Jon Stewart’s successor on “The Daily Show,” a backlash ensued over some unsavory tweets from his past.
In a stunning upset, Strangers took out Bracket Madness year 1 winner This American Life. Now they face year 2 winner Radiolab. Vote now and read the story thus far!
Photographer (foot fetish) Elmer Batters and illustrator (strong-woman fetish) Eric Stanton get their due in a new show at the Taschen Gallery.