Arts & Entertainment

Cheers, bouquets for Misty Copeland at her 'Swan Lake' debut

It was a key moment for the popular ballerina who many hope will soon become American Ballet Theater's first black principal dancer.

One of James Horner's final collaborators pays tribute to the composer

Patricia Riggen directed "The 33," one of the last films the iconic composer worked on, and she remembers what made him such a special collaborator.

Tim Minchin on adapting Roald Dahl's 'Matilda' for the stage

Multi-talented artist Tim Minchin strung together various gigs for several years before he was asked to write music and lyrics for the stage adaptation of "Matilda."

Smokey: A cult-favorite glam-rock act from the '70s gets a revival

John "Smokey" Condon and EJ Emmons couldn't get a record deal in the 1970s. But their music is being released by a label interested in gay bands from the era.

Oscar-winning 'Titanic' composer James Horner dead at 61

People who fueled the plane at an airport in Camarillo confirmed that it was Horner who had taken off in the aircraft Monday morning, said Horner's attorney, Jay Cooper.

JiHAE's new album, Illusion of You, explores honesty, love

The new album from JiHAE features a sultry rendition of a Leonard Cohen poem and collab with Eurythmics' Dave Stewart but the sound is entirely her own.

Will Butler of Arcade Fire breaks down his song, 'Anna'

Will Butler of Arcade Fire sat down with Hrishikesh Hirway for the Song Exploder podcast to dissect "Anna," featured on Butler's solo album, "Policy."

Dolphin's of Hollywood: Story of a landmark record store hits the stage

Dolphin's was one of L.A.'s first African-American-owned record stores, founded by the innovator John Dolphin. A hit stage musical tells the story.

Tuesday Reviewsday: Adam Lambert and the band Bully

Feel like you can't keep up with what's new in music? Every week we bring in our music experts to tell you what you should be listening to in one short segment.

Google adds free ad-supported tier to music app in the US

Google hopes the free tier will entice users to pay $10 a month for a subscription as it seeks to gain ground on competitors like Spotify.

Sister Corita Kent gets a retrospective in Pasadena

Sister Corita illuminated her quoted apothegms like a medieval monk illuminating the letters of a manuscript in the flaming colors of counter-cultural pop.

'Eight is Enough' star Dick Van Patten dies at 86

Van Patten died Tuesday in Santa Monica, California, of complications from diabetes, according to his publicist, Daniel Bernstein. He was 86.

Mexican writer granted asylum creating literary life in U.S.

In Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, writer Dolores Dorantes received death threats. The U.S. granted her asylum and now her latest work reflects on her four years here.

'Titanic' composer James Horner believed dead in plane crash near Santa Barbara (update)

Jay Cooper, an attorney for Horner, said the plane was one of several owned by the 61-year-old composer, and that no one has heard from him since the crash.

Women's World Cup: Morgan, Lloyd score in 2-0 US victory over Colombia

The United States is seeking its third World Cup title, but first since 1999.

Pete Rose bet on baseball games as a player, ESPN reports

After years of denial, baseball's all-time hits leader admitted in 2004 that he bet on games, but only while he was manager. But ESPN obtained documents that show the betting began in 1986.