Arts & Entertainment

LA Coliseum braces for big football weekend

On Saturday, USC faces the University of Colorado. On Sunday, the Rams take on the Buffalo Bills. Each game is expected to bring between 70,000 to 80,000 fans.

The late, great Bobbi Brat, unsung heroine of LA punk

Her style and attitude were legendary in the mid-'80s punk scene, and her bands could go toe-to-toe with L.A.’s best, but today, Bobbi Brat remains largely unknown.

CBS and CW tackle immigration and deportation on screen

CBS and the CW have shows in development about families affected by deportation. Take Two looks at the future of immigrant communities in television.

Your go-to guide for the weekend in SoCal

It's officially October, and the harvest season is settling in (as is a pumpkin spice haze). This weekend Oktoberfest, Day of the Dead, Mexican food and more are in store.

'Delusion' is not your father's haunted house

Interactive horror attractions have become more numerous and elaborate. Jon Braver started his frightful theater experience in 2011, and it's become a Halloween season staple.

Inside the wide, wild world of Fred Armisen

As the co-star and co-creator of two TV shows, and the bandleader of a late-night program, the comic actor also makes time to foster Latino talent with "Más Mejor," a comedy web channel he created with Horatio Sanz.

'The Birth of a Nation': To see or not to see?

The film has been overshadowed by an old rape case against writer, director and star Nate Parker. With the movie opening this week, we talk about why audiences should, or should not, buy a ticket.

Paying for a red carpet moment at a fake Hollywood movie premiere

The producer of a new interactive show is betting that tourists and local movie fans will buy into the cheeky, irreverent experience.

Off-Ramp's critics roar about 'Shin Godzilla,' the reboot of reboots

Tim Cogshell and Mike Roe say this Godzilla reboot is made for talking, and that's just what they do.

Cops on TV: 'OJ: Made in America' and the LAPD's troubled race relations

As part of The Frame's conversations about portrayals of cops on television, John Horn talks with filmmaker Ezra Edelman whose documentary "O.J.: Made in America" explores in vivid archival footage the history of the LAPD's contentious race relations.

This is one of the only places to get a proper Samoan tattoo in the US

Garden Grove's A-Town tattoo shop is one of the only places in the country to offer customers a proper Samoan tatau — a practice dating back generations.

Google gets into the VR game with new Daydream headset

There’s a new Google phone called the Pixel, a virtual reality headset called Daydream, updated Chromecast and Google Home speakers and a new, portable wifi device.

"Voyage Of Time" producers on Terrence Malick's passion project

The visionary filmmaker took nearly 40 years to complete his new documentary about the history of the universe and planet earth.

'Dig My Feeling': Latin Jazz legend Willie Bobo's lost tapes resurface

Eric Bobo was searching through his mother's closet when he came across a stack of previously unheard tapes by his father, the legendary percussionist, Willie Bobo.

Review: Helen Frankenthaler (at Gagosian Gallery) danced with Travolta, painted with beauty

Frankenthaler often used the word “beautiful” to describe her works. And, often, they are, but in a hard-won way that belies critics who saw the attractiveness of her paintings as a kind of softness.

'Rad Women Worldwide' honors Malala, other awesome females

It's the follow-up collection to 'Rad American Women' from author Kate Schatz and illustrator Miriam Klein Stahl.