Arts & Entertainment
Marjorie Elizabeth Cameron Parsons Kimmel was an occultist, an artist, an actress and wife to one of the world’s first rocket scientists.
Forecasters predict the Southland will reach up to 100 degrees this week, and the summer may get even hotter. We curated a list of ways to beat the heat.
Galaxy coach Bruce Arena said he had "nothing but respect" for United's performance. "Getting punished for mistakes and really getting a lesson on the speed of play, we can actually use it as a positive for them."
Stephen Colbert will not only be following in David Letterman's footsteps, he'll be doing it on the same stage.
Marine biologist and researcher Wallace J. Nichols has devoted a large portion of his career in the water. In ‘Blue Mind,’ Nichols lays out the argument and science as to why others should follow in his footsteps.
Star Nathan Fielder opened the Dumb Starbucks coffee shop in a Los Angeles strip mall in February. He'll explain its origins and aftermath on Comedy Central next week.
The 2014 edition of San Diego Comic-Con, the mecca for hundreds of thousands of pop culture fans every year, runs through Sunday. Here's a look at this year's highlights.
Swim lessons are coming to a close. Arts camp is over. Now what? From free museum days to summer reading programs, here's a list of ways to power through August.
Music supervisor Morgan Rhodes and Oliver Wang from Soul-Sides.com join A Martinez in studio for another episode of Tuesday Reviewsday.
People wanting to better understand the process of making marijuana edibles have tapped a professional chef to teach them how. We have him, and his recipes, online.
Tributes to legendary leading man James Garner have been pouring in on social media and elsewhere, after word of his death late Saturday night.
On Saturday night, the Television Critics Association handed out its 30th annual round of awards, and the big winners are from cable TV, broadcast TV, and even new spaces entirely.
"Weird Al" Yankovic is in the middle of releasing eight videos over the course of eight days. The first of two weekend videos brings us "First World Problems."
The first White retrospective in 25 years opens the photog's work in two directions: his early Oregon past and the homoerotic realm he tried to keep hidden.
The new film "I, Origins" from director Mike Cahill is a fascinating film that explores the relationship between science and spirituality.
This weekend, we're listening to live jazz under urban lights; visiting Paramount, California for a dose of nostalgia; and treating our dogs to a day on the town.