Arts & Entertainment
"Huge" gets tossed around a lot today. But the word fits on several levels for the new hybrid gallery Hauser Wirth & Schimmel, which opens to the public this weekend.
Chihuahua or muffin? Labradoodle or fried chicken? These are the gnawing questions raised by the latest food images dogging the Internet. So we bit.
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Documenting the challenges faced by LGBTQ people in other countries was an eye-opener for the actress and her co-host, Ian Daniel.
Marine Sgt. Christian Ellis came home from the bloody Battle of Fallujah, and his story inspired the opera 'Fallujah,' which premieres in Long Beach.
The talk show host has recently welcomed Hillary Clinton, John McCain, Ted Cruz and several other newsmakers of the day.
He doesn't always shoot beer commercials ... at least, not anymore. After a final ad sending Jonathan Goldsmith on a one-way trip to Mars, Dos Equis will replace him with a new star, Ad Age reports.
It's called "Music for Train Stations" and it's presented in partnership with Metro and the electronic music collective Dublab.
"Where have you gone, Joe DiMaggio?" Who knows. But we know what he drove: a 1991 Mercedes you can buy for your daily driver.
The classically-trained composer was The Beatles' closest collaborator throughout the 1960s, producing virtually all their music. Music critics agree they wouldn't have been The Beatles without him.
For nearly a quarter century, Black Mountain College was the vortex of the Lively American Arts. And a new show at the Hammer takes you there.
The Swedish-Argentine singer/songwriter refines his quiet, intimate sound on his third solo album.
The HBO series revolves around a troubled record executive during an era when the music industry and society-at-large were going through tumultuous change.
Sarah Paulson, who plays Marcia Clark in the new FX series "The People v. O.J. Simpson," describes herself as "enraged" on behalf of the prosecutor.
Chances are that if you've opened a Mac computer or typed a few lines on a keyboard, you've probably used a font inspired by a former Trappist monk named Father Robert Palladino.
They've only been around for a few years, but Run River North's second album encapsulates the struggles of a young band that's trying to find their way in the world.