Arts & Entertainment
John S. Carroll, former editor of the Baltimore Sun and the Los Angeles Times, which won 13 Pulitzer Prizes during his five-year tenure, has died. He was 73.
The amps will be turned up to 11 at the Viper Room on the Sunset Strip, as air guitarists compete to become the best in Los Angeles — then the world.
Dave Grohl fell off a stage during a concert in Goteburg, Sweden, but returned after a visit to the hospital and finished the gig with his leg in a cast.
The online video giant announced plans ahead of next week's Electronic Entertainment Expo to launch a separate app and site specifically for fans of video games.
Actress, singer and voice of the Chiquita Banana cartoon character Monica Lewis died in her Los Angeles home, her former manager said Friday.
FIFA not only financed the $32 million film, it apparently rented theaters to screen the drama. On its opening weekend, it averaged about one customer per screening.
Hrishikesh Hirway goes in-depth with composer Ramin Djawadi on the iconic theme music for one of television's biggest hits.
Director Pete Docter and his co-director, Ronnie Del Carmen, reveal the inspirations and challenges behind Pixar's latest film.
The two teams will compete in an anticipated match tonight. Among many connections between them: Sweden coach Pia Sundhage used to coach the U.S. women.
Whether you want to celebrate your dog, your sexuality or your love of craft cocktails, Southern California is the place to be.
"Poor Papa" stars the Disney cartoon character Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, and was long lost until now. The L.A. Chamber Orchestra brings him back to life this weekend at the Ace Hotel.
As media emperor Rupert Murdoch is expected to advance his sons to senior positions at Fox and News Corp.,
When we first met the director at Sundance, he’d just completed the movie and we were one of his first interviews. The film's dedicated to his father, and he let us know what that meant.
The West Coast premiere of Adams' "Sila: The Breath of the World" is taking place at the Ojai Music Festival. Adams breaks music out from traditional classical confines.
Throughout his career, Moody played a variety of parts on stage and screen. But in the villainous Fagin, he found the role of a lifetime.
The American jazz saxophonist and composer who liberated jazz from conventional harmony, tonality, structure and expectation, died Thursday of cardiac arrest in Manhattan at age 85.