Arts & Entertainment
It’s no longer rare to come across a female mariachi group, but these accomplished musicians are making their mark with a contemporary approach to traditions they hold dear.
From a lauded virtual reality film about police brutality involving an unarmed black man to an episode of the FX comedy "Atlanta", director Janicza Bravo is someone to watch.
For-profit podcast network Gimlet Media launches three new shows, and borrows quite a bit of Hollywood talent to attract new listeners and sponsors.
Michael Schur created other comedy shows including "Parks and Recreation" and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." On his latest NBC comedy, he set it in an afterlife that's inclusive to all "race, creed, gender, sexual identity."
Playwright Jon Robin Baitz challenged himself to write his new play "Vicuña" in just a few short months in time to get it up on stage before the 2016 Presidential election.
We asked. You answered. You really hate Tootsie Rolls. And Jujubes. But you love chocolate. And coconut is controversial.
Imagine "Ace of Cakes" meets "Robot Wars" with a dash of "RuPaul's Drag Race" thrown in — but starring scientists with gourds, knives and electronics.
What does sexual harassment look like in a virtual world — and how do you stop it?
Steve de Castro says he was pinned beneath a sport utility vehicle driven by Sizemore back in July.
Norman R. Brokaw, a trailblazing agent who represented Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, Clint Eastwood and other top Hollywood stars, has died at age 89.
The Internet is sad about the end of Vine. Here are some adorable animals to cheer you up.
While most Westerners associate the swastika with Nazi Germany or white supremacy, it was a symbol of good fortune in Asia thousands of years before Hitler.
Many bakers treat their sourdough starters like a family heirloom. Researchers want to analyze them to unlock their secrets.
The kids look so darned cute in that photo. But there are privacy risks to sharing those images — and kids may not want the exposure.
Make way for gamers heading to Staples Center this weekend. They're competing for $1 million in an online battle arena.
Carissa and Michael Alvarado launched their music career after their Vine videos went viral. The husband-wife team talk about what the video app meant to them — and how they plan on going forward without it.