Arts & Entertainment
"I'm still kind of in shock," Sparks star and league MVP Nneka Ogwumike says of her team's WNBA championship win.
The last time the Cubs were in the World Series it was 1908. Their 5-0 win means they advance to face the Cleveland Indians.
Ernest Hemingway's first novel — the story of aimless American expats drinking, fighting and falling in love — came out 90 years ago today.
The singer and activist opens up about finding her community and her voice in L.A.'s punk scene and keeping that spirit alive.
For a year-and-a-half, filmmaker Gianfranco Rosi documented the African migrants who were fleeing their homelands to get to an Italian island called Lampedusa.
Voiceover actors who are part part of the SAG-AFTRA union are on strike as they seek more compensation from the video game industry.
This Friday the U.N. holds a star-studded ceremony to appoint Wonder Woman its honorary ambassador for the empowerment of women and girls. Many women's rights advocates are in an uproar.
Nintendo's previous console the Wii U had poor sale numbers. But according to one analyst, its new system may turn things around for the Japanese game developer.
Performers want to be compensated for the ongoing reuse of their work in games. Video game producers don't see it the same way.
The L.A. Philharmonic’s youth orchestra is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a California tour. To prepare, the young musicians are practicing more than music.
Choose from a food block party, a guinea pig rescue festival, a craft fair for local vendors, a photo exhibition and more.
The actress plays the drug addicted mother, Paula, in the new film. She talks about the challenges and rewards of playing challenging characters.
"Dark Shadows," which debuted in 1966, was a half-hour soap opera that, at its peak, brought in 20-million viewers weekly. Its fans are legion, attracted by its unique romantic Gothic themes.
On "Front Row Seat to Earth," the indie musician uses inspiration from her Christian upbringing and growing up in a religious household.
LA's youth culture is often represented by surfer dudes and mall-loving girls. But one art show in East LA is putting a new perspective on this image.
Her latest film, "Trapped," follows abortion providers in the South struggling to comply with new state laws essentially trying to force them out of business.