Arts & Entertainment

Vincent Price's very Off-Rampy cookbook, 'A Treasury of Great Recipes,' is back!

Mary and Vincent Price loved food, but they weren't snooty. Their "A Treasury of Great Recipes" turns 50 this year. Elina Shatkin gets the backstory with daughter Victoria Price.

#PodcastDay: The podcasts that have the KPCC staff glued to their earbuds

Let's celebrate the shows that make us listen harder. We've put together a list of some of our favorite podcasts here at KPCC, but we'd love for you to tell us your favorites too.

Court upholds California law to control driving by paparazzi

A three-justice panel of the 2nd District Court of Appeal in Los Angeles also unanimously decided the law is not vague and does not place an undue burden on the rights of news gatherers.

Kyle Eastwood on his latest album ‘Time Pieces,’ and scoring movies for his father

Clint Eastwood's son has worked with his dad on several films, but he's made his own name as an accomplished jazz composer.

'Suffragette' star Meryl Streep: 'I don't want women's rights to be a women's issue'

The actress talks with about women's rights through various prisms: the British suffragette movement as depicted in her new film; the courage of Pakistani activist Malala; and women in Hollywood.

Jim Carrey 'shocked' by death of former girlfriend

The 30-year-old makeup artist was found dead in a Sherman Oaks home on Monday, according to the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office.

Frankie Ford, who sang 'Sea Cruise,' dies at age 76

Frankie Ford, a rock 'n' roll and rhythm and blues singer whose 1959 hit "Sea Cruise" brought him international fame when he was 19, is dead at the age of 76.

Song Exploder: Stephin Merritt of Magnetic Fields breaks down 'Andrew in Drag'

The vaunted singer-songwriter reveals how he wrote the song while he was blackout drunk, plus how he's surprised by how much straight men like 'Andrew in Drag.'

Deaf West Theatre goes from LA's Skid Row to Broadway

The company produced "Spring Awakening" at Inner City Arts' small theater, then moved it to The Wallis in Beverly Hills. Now the show is getting rave reviews on Broadway.

Showtime president David Nevins reflects on the state of TV today

As the beginning of a series of conversations with network executives, the head of Showtime talks diversity, "Twin Peaks," and some shows that got away.

Toys fight to the death for chance at Hall of Fame spot

Most of us probably had one or two toys or games that were more important to us as children than any of our belongings. What was your favorite toy or game as a child?

Catherine Coulson, Log Lady on ‘Twin Peaks,’ has died at 71

The actress, who had worked with David Lynch since 1977, had signed on for Showtime's reboot of “Twin Peaks,” which is currently filming.

New music from Tony Bennett, Natalia Lafourcade

If you love new music, but you don't have the time to keep up with what's hip and new, we've got the perfect segment for you: Tuesday Reviewsday.

How music videos led Mark Pellington to make NBC's 'Blindspot'

One of the creative forces behind early MTV, Pellington has worked on music videos for Pearl Jam, Michael Jackson and U2. He's also responsible for the look of "Blindspot."

Richard Renaldi's 'Touching Strangers' photos touch on human relationships

John Rabe talks with a street photographer who poses strangers intimately. Richard Renaldi's work is showing at Loyola Marymount University's Laband Gallery into November.

Youth Lagoon: Trevor Powers uses music to cope with his tragic past

Youth Lagoon's new album "Savage Hills Ballroom" deals with the deaths of a family member and a close friend, but Trevor Powers uses the music to search for answers.