Arts & Entertainment
The 2017 summer movie season will be dominated by sequels, but there are also plenty of promising original films to watch out for too.
Leonard Nimoy, James Whitmore, Union Station, and giant ants! What's not to love. Come to a free outdoor screening of 1954's "Them!"
Off-Ramp's jazz correspondent Sean J. O'Connell talks with the irrepressible showman and sax master Big Jay McNeely, who'll be honored May 17 at The Grammy Museum in Downtown LA.
The original concept art could fetch as much as $1 million when it goes up for auction next month, auctioneer Mike Van Eaton said.
The writer underwent an emotional journey to reconcile with his family, some of whom he hadn't spoken to in 30 years, and that journey became his new play
The documentary, "Harold and Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story," profiles a storyboard artist and researcher who worked with Mike Nichols, Alfred Hitchcock, Steven Spielberg and others.
The guitarist San Miguel added pop elements to his traditional Cuban sound with the help of Colin Hay of Men at Work fame.
In 2014, Oliver rallied his viewers to contact the Federal Communications Commission in support of net neutrality. With the new FCC head looking to roll back regulations, Oliver is back at it.
In a break with tradition, men and women will compete together in the acting categories.The awards show will also honor television, for the first time.
Always Dreaming splashed through the slop to win the Kentucky Derby by 2 3/4 lengths.
Kanye West has apparently deleted his Twitter and Instagram accounts. Both accounts went dark sometime Friday, for unknown reasons.
The comedian talks about his struggles with suicidal thoughts and his complex relationship with his psychiatrist, in his new HBO special.
"The Sports World is Forever Changed," Big Baller Brand said in introducing NBA prospect Lonzo Ball's shoes — though some aren't feeling moved.
Sesame Workshop is creating educational programming for refugee children around the world. But first, it's doing a lot of homework to make sure the lessons it teaches are the right ones.
Mario Maglieri, the Hollywood entrepreneur who doubled as a godfather figure to generations of rock stars from the Doors' Jim Morrison to Guns 'N Roses' Axl Rose, has died at age 93.
After Crayola announced it was retiring the yellow crayon Dandelion, the company said its replacement would be blue, but would it be a true blue? No, it's actually an accidental blue.