Arts & Entertainment
Los Angeles sketch comedians have taken the personal relationship of Sarah Koenig and Adnan Syed to another level with "Serial Dating," a fake rom-com trailer.
An aria comparing cunnilingus to knitting may be the best scene of its type since "I'll have what she's having" in "When Harry Met Sally."
Coachella announced their 2015 lineup online Tuesday morning. This year's headliners are perhaps even a bit more eclectic than usual.
In 1945, Myerson became the first Jewish Miss America. However, her image eventually became tainted during embarrassing missteps in the 1980s.
Michele Serros approached her work with irreverence, said her friends. Her insights on growing up as a Southern California Chicana had broad appeal.
Daniels talks about his hip-hop knowledge, his love of the "Housewives" shows, and some of the painful, real-life stories that ended up in his new TV drama.
Growing up, singer Shamir says "no one really got" his androgynous voice, but he's using it to his advantage as he gathers global acclaim.
For this week's Sandwich Monday, we try the Pretzel Dog from Auntie Anne's. It's a hot dog, wrapped in soft pretzel and meditations on life and death.
Unlike festivals earlier in the season, Palm Springs is more about whether you'll run into Brad Pitt at the Renaissance Hotel than selling a film.
The most important TV events coming in 2015 include new voices in late-night, big goodbyes, online platforms picking up old shows and, NPR TV Critic Eric Deggans says, more of everything.
The longtime host of the SportsCenter was famous for his enthusiasm and the bevy of catchphrases he mined for his commentary.
Little Jimmy Dickens, a diminutive singer-songwriter known for his sense of humor and as the oldest cast member of the Grand Ole Opry, has died. He was 94.
We saw a lot of dystopias in both films and books this year. Author Jason Sheehan has had enough. He plans to celebrate the new year with some science fiction that's actually hopeful about the future.
You're probably going to be hearing a lot about ants this year, as Marvel's promoting "Ant-Man." Their year-opening salvo: A not-quite-postage-stamp-sized teaser trailer.
Donna Douglas, who played "The Beverly Hillbillies'" Elly May Clampett and the woman under the bandages on the "Eye of the Beholder" episode of "The Twilight Zone," died New Year's Day.
Restaurant critic Patric Kuh gives his Top 10 list of the best restaurants that opened in L.A. over the last year.