Arts & Entertainment

11 Turkey Trots to try this Thanksgiving

Before you break out the eating pants, consider entering a Turkey Trot and burn some calories before you stuff your face.

'Hamilton' to Pence: 'We are the diverse America who are alarmed'

Pence was met with boos and cheers as he came to see the show. After, the cast and crew delivered a pointed statement.

Soul Singer Sharon Jones, 60, Dies

Jones, known for fronting The Dap-Kings, had been fighting pancreatic cancer since 2013.

Local Comic Shop Day 2016: What to get and where to get it

Comic shops around the world want fanboys and fangirls to check out a store near them.

Big-voiced Dap-Kings soul singer Sharon Jones dies at 60

A big-voiced soul singer who performed with high energy onstage has died in New York after battling pancreatic cancer. Sharon Jones was 60.

Ruth Negga takes a stand on equality, race, representation with 'Loving'

The Irish actress co-stars in the film about the Virginia couple convicted in 1959 when interracial marriage was a crime in that state. Their case led to a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision.

Tom Ford reveals a 'more private' side with 'Nocturnal Animals'

The fashion designer is stitching together an impressive filmmaking career. His second movie, "Nocturnal Animals," tells a story that he relates to deeply.

Mikhail Baryshnikov descends into a dark place in 'Letter to a Man'

"Letter to a Man" is the one-man show starring Mikhail Baryshnikov based on the memoir of another famous Russian dancer who struggled with schizophrenia.

TV academy gets first black CEO in its 70-year history

Veteran producer Hayma "Screech" Washington is taking over an organization that has been recently seen as more inclusive in its honors.

With Special Guest Lauren Lapkus: The host who's always the guest

You may have seen actress/comedian Lauren Lapkus in a movie or on TV, but she made her name in L.A.'s improv comedy scene. She carries on that tradition with her podcast.

Decades later, Salvador Dalí's decadent dream dishes are awakened

Food and surrealism make bizarre bedfellows in "Les Diners de Gala," first published in 1973. Now, you can get a reprint of those recipes and illustrations — and a peek into his legendary banquets.

Kelly Craig's big break with 'The Edge of Seventeen'

The filmmaker sent her script to James L. Brooks, who signed on to produce "The Edge of Seventeen" and suggested that she also direct.

A quick guide for LA Auto Show visitors

It's the annual celebration of sheet metal and wheels. And our motor critic has some quick tips and a guide to managing the massive LA Auto Show.

Your go-to guide for the weekend in SoCal

A free mariachi festival, a fiesta of fake snow, a mobile photo show, a cruffin nosh — wallet-friendly weekend events.

Mario Batali shares his yummy turkey porchetta recipe for Thanksgiving

Mario Batali can think of absolutely nothing wrong with Thanksgiving. And yes, he has an amazing recipe to share with us.

Leonard Cohen died in sleep after fall, manager says

Leonard Cohen's manager says the singer-songwriter died in his sleep after falling down in the middle of the night at his Los Angeles home.