Arts & Entertainment

Radio personality Piolin told to pay legal fees

Spanish-language radio personality Piolin has been ordered to pay more than $100,000 in legal fees for six people he targeted in a failed lawsuit.

Jazz pianist, composer Horace Silver dies at 85

He created a rhythmic style that combined R&B, gospel and jazz that became known as "hard bop," and performed with such jazz greats as Stan Getz and Miles Davis.

Daniel Keyes, 'Flowers for Algernon' author, dies

Nearly a half-century after Keyes' novel's release, "Flowers for Algernon" is still regularly on school reading lists, though it's also frequently banned for some of its content.

'Hot Cheetos and Takis' kids deliver new song, backstage drama

A crew of adorable school-age rappers who scored a viral hit in 2012 have a new song — and some obligatory drama over how the money from their music should be divvied up.

Picture This: Documenting the quiet lives of elderly California inmates

Photographer Andrew Burton took a look at the programs and facilities that California has developed to deal with the challenge of a growing number of elderly prisoners.

World Cup: Mexico holds host Brazil to 0-0 draw

Goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa made a series of outstanding saves to help Mexico hold Brazil to a pulsating 0-0 draw at the World Cup on Tuesday.

Museum of Latin American Art to include Chicano art

MOLAA made an important announcement last week that it will "clarify" how it defines what Latin American art is and who creates it - to include artists of Latin American descent based in the U.S. and other countries.

World Cup 2014: Who is game-winning goal scorer John Brooks?

The 21-year-old rookie defender became an instant sensation when he scored the game-winning goal versus Ghana, giving the U.S. a chance to advance in the tournament.

Eccentric heiress's untouched treasures head for the auction block

Huguette Clark secretly spent her last 20 years in a hospital, even though she wasn't ill — all while her three New York apartments were filled with valuable antiques.

Stanley Cup wager: NYC mayor sings 'I Love LA' on Kimmel's show

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio sang a verse and the chorus of "I love L.A." on Jimmy Kimmel Live after losing a wager with L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti over the Stanley Cup finals.

US beats Ghana 2-1 in country's first game at World Cup

After 90 brutal minutes of end-to-end action, the Americans emerged with a thrilling 2-1 win over Ghana.

LA Kings celebrate title with downtown parade

The victory parade began at noon at 5th and Figueroa streets and headed a mile south through downtown to Chick Hearn Court at Staples Center.

James Ensor's 'scandalous art' on display at the Getty

Of all the artists of over a century ago, James Ensor would probably have done best in Zap Comix. Much of his work is rooted in obscenities akin S. Clay Wilson's and R. Crumb’s.

World Cup 2014: US coach Klinsmann opts for youth, international experience

If you tune in to see the U.S. play Ghana today, you may be watching more than just an opening game: you could be getting a glimpse at the future of U.S. soccer.

Baseball Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn dies at 54

Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn, arguably the greatest player on the San Diego Padres, has passed away, the league announced Monday. He was 54.

The milkman's comeback means dairy at the door and more

What's behind the increase in trucks delivering fresh milk, organic vegetables and humanely raised chickens to front doors around the country?