Arts & Entertainment
The album isn't quite a concept album, but it follows a group of characters one night at a party. Shauf also performs some songs off "The Party" for KPCC.
Off-Ramp's new commentator has a message for Hollywood: If you greenlight projects and you’re not investing in diversity, you’re leaving money on the table.
Sushi burritos, 70-cent burgers, line dancing, a Harry Potter scavenger hunt and free admission at six local museums — the weekend awaits.
The L.A. Memorial Sports Arena, the building that Bruce Springsteen affectionately dubbed "the dump that jumps," will have a closing ceremony with city leaders on Thursday.
A parenting app is now promising moms and dads it can help monitor their teenagers' use of the dating app Tinder.
The new documentary, "Los Punks: We Are All We Have," chronicles the growing punk scene in South L.A., where every weekend there's a show in a backyard, a warehouse or on a rooftop.
Bloomberg News technology reporter Spencer Soper explains how Amazon will now allow people to upload videos to its site, putting it in direct competition with YouTube
In her new Netflix special, "Baby Cobra," Wong tackles sex, bodily functions, miscarriage and the "woes" of feminism.
Officials hope revamped lights at 18 Historic Filipinotown bus stops will add safety as well as cultural appreciation for the community. The public can vote on three finalists for the lights' design.
The actor has quickly made a name for himself in Hollywood. The next step: getting cast roles that aren't defined by race.
The actors play the leads in a current production of "Endgame," which continues their deep connection to the playwright and his work.
Festival organizers for Desert Trip said Monday that the icons, along with Neil Young, Roger Waters and the Who, will perform Oct. 14-16 along with Oct. 7-9.
In it, you play a strung out, deadline-skipping science fiction writer who spends his days struggling to write and hallucinating.
Paula Fairfield uses animal noises, including turtles having sex, for Drogon's sound design. She also uses her dog's nose whistling.
A new four-volume collection has captured the efforts of 320 artists who advance the art culture in the Golden State.
As soon as mankind invented walled and roofed dwellings, men and women wanted to cover the walls and floors of their homes and palaces with beautiful pictures of their favorite stories.