Arts & Entertainment
Dodger Stadium used to be at 1000 Elysian Park Ave. Now it's 1000 Vin Scully Ave. in honor of the legendary announcer, who came with the team to Los Angeles.
Milton Avery (1885-1965) was so good at color, he wowed Rothko. But he’s been criminally underrepresented in local museums. Until now.
Her birthday on Tuesday will be marked with a slice of carrot cake at her retirement home, where they'll show the movie "Discovering Beverly Cleary: An Oregon Art Beat."
In a new book, an NYU scholar explores how immigrants shape the American palate. He says it's time to ditch the phrase "ethnic food" — which lumps all nonwhite people and their cuisines together.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright's latest work, "Father Comes Home From The Wars," connects the notion of freedom from the Civil War to the present-day.
The socially-conscious singer and songwriter addresses police brutality against African Americans on his new album, "Call It What It Is."
We've got eight great ways for you to spend your weekend — from an overnight comedy show to beer, baseball and a bonus Carrie Brownstein appearance.
Organizers say they don't want the three-day annual music festival — slated for June 2017 at the Rose Bowl — to become Pasadena's version of Coachella.
A teaser trailer dropped today for "Rogue One" — the latest "Star Wars" film that is the first in a series of spinoff films that will include a young Han Solo story.
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter opened to a huge crowd before dawn Thursday. See images of the park's attractions.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors declared this week Arts Week, while arts advocates gathered at City Hall on Wednesday to push for more funding.
Hold on to your scarf and run through Platform 9 3/4. The newest attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood opens on Thursday.
Filmmaker Gandulf Hennig talks about his documentary on the outlaw country music star, who died on his 79th birthday.
The masterful guitarist, fiddler, songwriter and co-founder of the "Bakersfield Sound" died Wednesday at his home, on his birthday, his manager said.
The actor is currently in "Batman v Superman" as the villain Lex Luthor. And the first play he wrote, "The Revisionist," is having its West Coast premiere at The Wallis.
Axel Alonso talks about the importance of featuring characters of color and what it took to bring Ta-Nehisi Coates into the fold.