Arts & Entertainment
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Music arranger/composer Paul Buckmaster has worked with the likes of David Bowie, Elton John and even Taylor Swift, among others. He shares some of his stories with us.
The feminist punk group Las Hijas de Violencia was formed by three Mexico City women to combat unwanted physical contact in the city’s public spaces.
A bright yellow, uniquely shaped guitar used by Prince to perform such tunes as "Cream" and "Gett Off" is going up for auction with an opening bid of $30,000.
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art reopens Saturday with a new $300-million wing that makes it the most spacious modern art museum in the country.
A bevy of shows have been canceled as TV networks prepare to woo advertisers at a series of presentations in New York next week
“The Lobster” is clearly a dystopian satire and a dark comedy, even if the characters in the film aren’t laughing about their predicaments.
A group of LAPD cops dance across the city as part of the "running man" viral video challenge, after being called out by New Zealand police. Watch here.
Off-Ramp Jazz Correspondent Sean J. O'Connell reviews two new CDs featuring California jazz pianist Forrest Westbrook, who died in 2014.
Trump forged a celebrity character on "The Apprentice," and the way he's using it on the campaign trail is strikingly similar to what Schwarzenegger did with his "Terminator" character.
This is the first time CicLAvia participants will travel across six cities in Los Angeles County in one day. Find out everything you need to know here.
In addition to creating the recently departed series “Downton Abbey,” Fellowes won an Oscar for writing the Robert Altman film “Gosford Park.”
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.