Arts & Entertainment
The British band has released “Olympic Village, 6 am.” Let the jokes about international hook-ups begin.
While writing 'Southland," Cheo Hodari Coker learned he couldn't "paint cops with one brush."
Plaza plays on the rec-league team started by fellow actress and comedian, Maria Blasucci. And because of the team's Hollywood connection, it's spawned a podcast and a documentary.
Writer, producer and M.D., Neal Baer ran "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" from 2000-2011. He reflects on how relied on consultants for accuracy and why TV creators have a responsibility to the public.
From magic panties to the early invention of YouTube, Off-Ramp film critic Tim Cogshell continues his DIY film festival series with a list of movies that feature some pretty great continuity errors.
Princeton philosopher Alexander Nehamas has an interesting theory about friendship, and how social media has complicated this idea.
The game between the Green Bay Packers and Indianapolis Colts was canceled after the paint issue raised concerns that players might slip. Fans who bought tickets will reportedly get a full refund.
The 40-year-old cancer survivor has a new partner and a new attitude as he hopes to avenge two disappointing Olympic finishes.
Water polo, soccer, badminton, rugby and more. We've made a Twitter list so you can follow all the athletes with a SoCal connection as they compete in the Rio Olympics.
The Rams are holding an open practice on Saturday afternoon and fans are invited to watch.
Rio knows how to throw a party to kick off the 2016 Olympics — and the rest of the world's invited. Here's everything you missed, loved or want to relive about the opening ceremony.
In 2009, legions of Lucy fans were horrified by a sculpture they dubbed "Scary Lucy." The new one reflects the glamorous TV comedy star of the 1950s. It's being unveiled Saturday, her 105th birthday.
We've got all the details on how to watch the Olympics — including where to watch them live in L.A.
For the third consecutive Summer Games, the opening ceremony is being directed by a filmmaker. For Brazil, it's Fernando Meirelles.
Fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad is set to become the first U.S. athlete to compete in the Olympic Games while wearing a hijab.
The Friday night spectacle could be "a drug for depression in Brazil," says the creative director of the show that viewers around the world will see tonight.