Arts & Entertainment
Juneteenth, which marks the end of slavery, is also associated with foods from the black community. Meet the woman who is reviving the traditional tea cake.
Ding dong, knock knock, hey natty do. The beloved Miss Mary Ann, who hosted the show for a decade, has rompety stompety romped off this mortal coil.
Her grandparents were vegetarians out of fear of eating reincarnated ancestors. Her father felt compassion for animals and was obsessed with The X-Files. But it wasn't so great for family unity.
Under the leadership of Lisa Henson, the Jim Henson Company has moved to diversify its staff and advance its use of technology. She even plans a virtual reality project using a script by her father from the 1960s.
Sound artist Alan Nakagawa joined the LA Department of Transportation to create work that aims to help stop pedestrian deaths and cyclist deaths in intersections
Critic Tim Cogshell agrees with Snoop Dogg. We don't need any new slavery movies. But there are a few old ones you should see before you close the book on the genre.
A journalist set out to learn about this odd "sport," and his curiosity led him to a strangely controlling company that invaded his privacy.
84 years ago, as small cameras were revolutionizing photography, American photographers like Ansel Adams and Imogen Cunningham took a backward step.
It'll be hot — real hot — but an impressive list of festivals to see and places to eat may tempt you to leave the house.
"The Chris Gethard Show" began on stage at New York’s Upright Citizens Brigade theater in 2009 and became a public access TV show in 2011.
Michael O'Connell, senior TV writer for the Hollywood Reporter, joined host A Martinez to talk about the enduring appetite for the show.
Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page testified Wednesday that until a few years ago, he'd never heard a song that the megastar band is accused of ripping off for "Stairway to Heaven."
After a decade of planning and negotiations with the Chinese partners, the $5.5 billion Shanghai Disney is ready to open.
Nicholas Meyer, who made "The Wrath of Khan" and "Time After Time," shares his very first movie with KPCC's Off-Ramp.
The work by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer David Lang and visual artist Mark Dion takes the inquiry into the nature of evil to a visceral level
Many streaming services and record labels have signed up for the Berklee College of Music’s Open Music Initiative, which seeks to identify and compensate the rightful owners of songs.