Arts & Entertainment
Singer Daymé Arocena collaborated with L.A. producer Dexter Story on her new album, "Cubafonía."
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More than 20 years after "Trainspotting" hit theaters, director Danny Boyle is back with a sequel. The characters are somehow still alive, but they haven't aged so well.
Marin (who has been collecting Chicano art for years) writes about the art of Cheech and Chong's comedy in "Cheech Is Not My Real Name ... But Don't Call Me Chong!"
The 1997 film "Titanic" is a beloved tearfest — but what if it wasn't? "James Cameron's Titanic" offers a different point of view on the events of the movie, written as a comedy.
The religious scholar's new CNN docu-series seeks to understand fringe religions around the world.
Despite being commissioned for New York City Opera in 2008, the work is just having its U.S. premiere by Long Beach Opera.
Rock music was outlawed after Iran's 1979 revolution. But the Iranian musician is discovering his voice at the crossroads of rock and traditional Persian music.
Choreographer Hope Boykin's latest work for the Alvin Ailey company is inspired by the orations of Martin Luther King.
The festival says next year it will remove language that allows organizers to notify immigration authorities if a foreign band violates the contract.
The Japanese American National Museum backed up a couple of trucks to George Takei's house, accepting the donation of his vast personal archive. The new exhibit — "New Frontiers: The Many Worlds of George Takei" — opens Sunday.
Looks like the heat is here to stay for a while — so lather on that SPF and take advantage at an outdoor color festival, a kite-flying jamboree or a book fiesta in the park.
"Seeing what his father went through... he doesn't take that lightly... That's behind everything he does."
A social media campaign called #5WomenArtists, by the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C., highlights the "sins of omission" that have plagued the art world's recognition of women artists.
Can this initiative really change the way that Hollywood goes about approving projects and hiring people so that more women are included? Industry leaders Cathy Schulman and Keri Putnam are hopeful that it can make a real difference.
What if "The Goonies" were in the Star Wars universe? That's the idea behind the new book "Star Wars: Join The Resistance" by Ben Acker and Ben Blacker.