Arts & Entertainment
John Rabe talks with Off-Ramp commentator Milton Love, a marine biologist at UCSB, about the accuracy in Pixar's animated movies — and why Dory might have brain parasites.
The actress, singer, and entertainer juggles producing and acting in her show "Shades of Blue," performing a residency in Las Vegas, and being a mother of two.
"For me as a teenager, when I turned on the radio and heard 'This American Life,' what I thought was, 'Oh my gosh, this is something that includes me.' When 'A Prairie Home Companion' was on the radio, I did not feel welcomed by it."
Guest host Patt Morrison and KPCC film critics Tim Cogshell and Lael Loewenstein review this week's new movies releases including "Independence Day: Resurgence," "The Shallows" "Free State of Jones" "Swiss Army Man" and more.
Right away some truths are clear: the value of the British pound has dropped and many in the creative communities both in Europe and in the U.S. are lamenting the referendum.
Musicians and record labels believe that YouTube, Google’s video sharing platform, isn’t paying a fair share to artists for the music YouTube users listen to for free.
In the never-ending battle for a bigger share of the market, deep-fried culinary crossbreeds may represent a new hope for BK.
Once they're old enough, kittens are some of the most adoptable pets, but getting them to that point takes a lot of volunteer hours.
D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus’ documentary “Unlocking the Cage” shows the culmination of animal-rights lawyer Steven Wise’s years-long battle for the legal personhood of New York’s captive chimpanzees.
Stanley was one of the early leaders of bluegrass music, and enjoyed an unexpectedly broad following after he sang "O, Death" in the film "O, Brother, Where Art Thou."
This weekend boils down to one word: nerds. And that's coming from us, a bunch of nerds who love our fellow nerds. Whether you're into politics, cats, musicals or Harry Potter, you can be with your own kind.
The Rockefeller Foundation says it's giving $6 million to help 100,000 school children across the country not throw away their shot to see the Tony Award-winning musical "Hamilton."
Fresh from Oakland after the Golden State Warriors loss, Walton talks, briefly. Spoiler: None of the questions are about basketball. Also, one is about burritos.
The Seattle based artist Mike Hadreas will be performing at The Broad's Nonobject(ive): Summer Happenings event on Friday, June 24.
“Hunt for the Wilderpeople” has been doing great business in its home country of New Zealand — and it hits American theaters this week.
When you want to order an Old Fashioned that lives up to its name, it turns out L.A. is the right city to find one.