Arts & Entertainment

Bruce Springsteen's 'Born To Run's' 40th and his LA connections

In just eight tracks, the "Born To Run" album helped Bruce Springsteen break through to another level, led by the title song. Watch and listen to Bruce in L.A. here.

Gardens & Villa converts a warehouse on the L.A. River into the band's home

Chris Lynch and Adam Rasmussen of the indie rock band reveal why, despite all the challenges and physical labor, they've taken root in a warehouse near Dodger Stadium.

A college freshman's introduction to Springsteen's 'Born to Run' and the American Dream

It's been 40 years since Bruce Springsteen released his landmark album that opened the ears and mind of The Frame's senior producer.

New music from Method Man, Tom Misch and more

If you don't have time to keep up with the latest in new music, we've got the perfect way to keep you up to date: Tuesday Reviewsday.

Tituss Burgess struggles before landing 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt'

Burgess was a struggling actor, similar to his character on the show, except now he's an Emmy-nominated one. Hear his story of struggle and how "Kimmy Schmidt" lost him a pizza.

Yo La Tengo reveals the stories behind its new album of covers

Ira Kaplan and James McNew of Yo La Tengo talk about covering Hank Williams, The Cure and other band faves on "Stuff Like That There."

FYF Fest 2015: See photos of D'Angelo, Run the Jewels and more

FYF Fest 2015 might be over, but the highlights and memories will live on in our hearts, as well as in these photos in front of our eyeballs right now. Come see!

Do you want security checks in movie theaters?

Regal Cinema, the nation's largest movie theater chain, has begun checking the bags of customers. No other large chain has taken that step.

Why Universal Pictures is having the best summer ever

It has something to do with box office domination, the fact that they've been relevant for 13 straight weeks and that they didn't have to use a super hero to do it.

Amid a hubbub at the Hugos, 'Puppies' see little success

At science fiction's Hugo Awards, voters largely rejected a slate of nominees pushed by a group called the Sad Puppies. In an unusual end to the controversy, a few categories didn't even get a winner.

'Compton' stays straight, again leads box office with $26.8M

'Straight Outta Compton' dominated over the late August releases that often characterize Hollywood's dog days of summer. It has now made $111.5 million in two weeks.

Everyone's likely to be sad at this year's Hugos

The Hugo Awards celebrate the best in science fiction and fantasy, but this year they're fraught with controversy after a self-identified conservative coalition organized to dominate the nominations.

Fighting, reuniting and 'Psychocandy': The Jesus and Mary Chain at 30

Jim Reid, lead singer of the Jesus and Mary Chain, tells us about the continued thrill he gets from the band's earliest hits, plus how Coachella brought his band back together.

'Sneakerheadz': Going to extremes to get the freshest kicks

The co-director of the new documentary talks about sneaker culture's origins and the extreme — and sometimes violent — lengths people go to get the freshest kicks.

What apocalypse? Author Steven Johnson says the creative class is surviving the digital revolution

Making a living as an artist or creator in the digital age isn't easy. But according to an examination of the past 15 years, there are more creatives than ever.

Gyoza Eating Championship: The opposite of the Olympics

"With the Olympics, you are watching somebody's workout routine," says local contestant Mary Bowers. "You're watching us eat." Here's how she preps for the event.