Arts & Entertainment
Kathryn Smith was promoted by the Buffalo Bills on Wednesday night to take over as special teams quality control coach on Rex Ryan's staff.
Artist Robert Cremean's new exhibit at the Pasadena Museum of California Art takes off from the myth of Procrustes, a hotelier who lopped off his guests' limbs to fit the bed. Don't even ask about turn-down service.
The company called Contra-Tiempo created "Agua Furiosa" to address the harsh realities of race in the U.S., mingled with themes of the power of water and the chaos it can cause.
"Portlandia" co-creator Carrie Brownstein says the show is a natural outgrowth of her time with Sleater-Kinney and the close-knit indie punk scene.
Singer Jehnny Beth and drummer Fay Milton talk about why they started the band, their aggressive stage shows, and the stereotypes of being a female musician.
Movie producer and Motion Picture Academy member Stephanie Allain says Hollywood's diversity problem goes far beyond the Oscars.
We go deep on the films nominated for Best Documentary. Find out about music in "Amy" and "What Happened, Miss Simone?" then follow war and politics in the other nominees.
Frey was 67 and had been battling multiple ailments. He died Monday. The band's website says he died in New York.
The book tells the story of Hercules, a slave who President George Washington used as a chef. The book shows Hercules and his daughter happy and taking pride in making Washington a birthday cake.
Director Spike Lee and actress Jada Pinkett Smith each said Monday that they will not attend the ceremony.
"Mad Max: Fury Road" was the most nominated film of the evening with 13 nominations from the Broadcast Film Critics' Association. See the full list of winners.
Ted Williams, whose striking baritone went viral in 2011, is now co-hosting a daily radio show in Columbus, Ohio, The Columbus Dispatch reports. It's his first full-time job since 1993.
Behold: Five great things you should do in Southern California this week, from art to food to music to an adventure we'll call "the Wild Card," from the makers of the 5 Every Day app.
In 1979, Bowie gave one of the weirdest TV performances ever on SNL. His backup singers were the late avant-garde performer Klaus Nomi and Joey Arias. Arias told us the story.
"People come in and ask me if they have to be a Ram fan to get a haircut," said Martinez. "No, but you do get a better haircut if you're a Ram fan."
No doubt whoever writes the script will include his now famous secret meeting with actor/director Sean Penn.