Arts & Entertainment
After starring in two expensive box office bombs, Kitsch produced, funded and starred in "Pieces," which premieres in Palm Springs this weekend.
Actor-comedian Tracy Morgan has been moved from a hospital to a rehabilitation facility as he recovers from a serious auto accident in New Jersey.
Marc Haefele reviews "The Zhivago Affair," which tells how Boris Pasternak chose his fate and then suffered for his art.
Tucked away among the quiet neighborhood streets of L.A., there are untold numbers of them. From these discrete refigured spaces come the scores, soundtracks and songs that feed the insatiable appetite of the entertainment industry.
In a recent article for Vice.com, freelance writer Luke O'Neil lays out some simple tips for news consumers.
A Spanish language version of the hit AMC TV series, "Breaking Bad" has begun airing on Univision station Unimas. But as the Royale with Cheese is to the Quarter Pounder, there are some little differences.
Let's rage on sun. With the summer solstice comes a World Cup BBQ, endless Asian cuisine and a 100th birthday party for Huntington Beach.
L.A. is host to a few great outdoor film series in the summer. Whether you’re a fan of the classics at Cinespia’s Hollywood Forever Cemetery screenings or prefer the food truck scene in Grand Park, there are unspoken rules that govern outdoor movie showings.
Lyricist Gerry Goffin, who with his then-wife and songwriting partner Carole King wrote such 1960s hits as "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" and "Natural Woman," has died at his home in Los Angeles. He was 75.
As the Group Stage of the 2014 FIFA World Cup draws to a close, what better way to remain informed than to use your smartphone? Read Take Two's App Chat for more.
We set out to capture Angelenos' pride (and their faces) in a series of portraits of World Cup fans representing their teams. Who are you rooting for and why?
Spanish-language radio personality Piolin has been ordered to pay more than $100,000 in legal fees for six people he targeted in a failed lawsuit.
He created a rhythmic style that combined R&B, gospel and jazz that became known as "hard bop," and performed with such jazz greats as Stan Getz and Miles Davis.
Nearly a half-century after Keyes' novel's release, "Flowers for Algernon" is still regularly on school reading lists, though it's also frequently banned for some of its content.
A crew of adorable school-age rappers who scored a viral hit in 2012 have a new song — and some obligatory drama over how the money from their music should be divvied up.
Photographer Andrew Burton took a look at the programs and facilities that California has developed to deal with the challenge of a growing number of elderly prisoners.