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It's our annual chance to celebrate the medium that takes up most people's free time, the Primetime Emmy Awards. Here's everything you need to know.
L.A. fans of the late Rodrigo Gonzalez call him the Mexican Bob Dylan. He died in the 1985 Mexico City earthquake that left more than 10,000 dead.
From the heart of the Southland, this is 5 Every Week. In our inaugural episode, we’ll be running you through five great things you should do in L.A. this week.
Although he won two Grammys, wrote hits for The Monkees and was cited by The Beatles as their “favorite group,” Harry Nilsson isn't exactly a household name.
Director Denis Villeneuve talks about how he created the intense atmosphere in "Sicario" and why he's attracted to making dark films.
Eric Gibson of the Wall Street Journal talks about the "numbingly familiar" art featured in the show, plus how the Broad can do it better for its next exhibition.
Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Lael Loewenstein and Henry Sheehan review this week’s new releases including “Sicario,” “Everest," “Black Mass” and more: TGI-Filmweek!
Before the Toronto International Film Festival wraps up Sunday, film critic Peter Rainer and Tim Gray select their favorite films from this year’s slate of noteworthy films.
Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Lael Loewenstein and Henry Sheehan review this week’s new releases including“Sicario,” “Everest,” “Black Mass” and more: TGI-Filmweek!
L.A.'s newest art museum, The Broad, opens Sunday. For the first time, the public can see the blue-chip art collection of one of the city's biggest philanthropists in one place...for free.
This week was wet, but now that we got through the rainy weather it's time to catch some rays again. Check out festivals, yoga, Sunday Sessions at Grand Park and more!
The museum houses one of the most prominent holdings of postwar and contemporary art in the world. The Frame toured the latest addition to downtown's Grand Avenue cultural corridor.
Director Scott Cooper and actor Joel Edgerton talk about the benefits of being both actors and directors and the pleasures of working with Johnny Depp on "Black Mass"
Steve Rannazzisi admits he lied for years about being in the World Trade Center when terrorists attacked it in 2001. A fellow comic, whose firefighter dad died that day, accepts the apology.
Jens Christensen, CEO of the VR company Jaunt, joins us to talk about collaborating on a story in Syria and the ease with which you can access today's VR technology.
More than 500 people applied to work in Visitor Services at the new museum. Those who made the cut have to juggle various responsibilities — from greeter to docent to security.