Arts & Entertainment

Learning to make Korean food with a graphic cookbook

Robin Ha's "Cook Korean!" uses brightly colored illustrations to break down the process of making dishes like acorn jelly salad or kimchi stew.

Roseanne Barr says her bid for president 'killed' her TV career

Comedian Roseanne Barr is the subject and executive producer of the new documentary "Roseanne for President!" which chronicles her 2012 bid for President of the US.

Academy board hopefuls want action: 'We can't wait for Hollywood to open doors'

Earlier this week, the Academy invited the largest and most diverse group of new members ever. As a result, election platforms for new governors have become polarized.

SoCal's elite marching band is ready to rock the Rose Bowl

The Pacific Crest Drum and Bugle Corps is part of a show at the Rose Bowl Saturday. About 20 hours of practice time goes into each minute of a performance.

Beatlemania hits LA with exhibit at Grammy Museum

A traveling exhibit celebrating the story of the four lads from Liverpool whose musical influence changed the world lands in L.A. this weekend.

Fourth of July weekend: 10 things to do if you're staying in town

It's Independence Day weekend! Time to light up the sky with "safe and sane" fireworks, barbecue and swim — or go to an anime convention. We've got the details.

Nielsen releases audience data for Netflix, Hulu shows for the first time

New data from global measuring company Nielsen for the first time revealed audience ratings from streaming services like Netflix, Amazon and Hulu.

Paul Scheer and Rob Huebel take UCB comedy show 'Crash Test' to the streets

The Comedy Central special “Crash Test with Rob Huebel and Paul Scheer” is a mobile version of their UCB stage show. It takes place on the streets of L.A., in a huge, glass-walled bus.

Marlon Brando's former gardener gets big break at The Hammer

Kenzi Shiokava has been carving wood and making assemblages in relative obscurity. Now, at 78, the Japanese-Brazilian-American has a whole room at the Hammer Museum's Made in LA biennial.

Myth of 'classless' America debunked in 'White Trash'

A new book seeks to shine a light on the invisible hierarchies that have always been a part of America's social fabric.

'Made in LA' artist, Martine Syms on how entertainment industry constructs identities

The LA artist is featured in Hammer Museum's "Made in LA" for her fictitious television pilot that explores how the entertainment world affects how we behave and think.

'Future Shock' author Alvin Toffler dies at 87

Toffler's warnings about 'information overload' and the accelerating pace of change in modern society made his seminal 1970 book a best-seller in the U.S. and around the world.

The big deal: Lions Gate to buy Starz in $4.4 billion deal

The company behind "The Hunger Games" says it can use the cable company to air its library of movies and TV shows.

Motion Picture Academy president works towards diversity 'goals' not 'quotas'

This year's list of invitees is the biggest and most diverse ever. Academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs wants to double the amount of women and non-white members by 2020.

Meet the LA Chicano artist who made prints for Banksy

A few years ago we lost an iconic artist who paved the way for Chicano art in Los Angeles. Today Richard Duardo is remembered in a new exhibit honoring his work.

Sara Watkins — Hello, new record. Farewell, Garrison Keillor

July 1 is a big day for the musician and singer. "Young In All The Wrong Ways" is released and she performs on Keillor’s final “Prairie Home Companion” show.