Arts & Entertainment
This year's winner is a little... stranger. (Hint hint!) The third annual KPCC Public Radio Bracket Madness is in the books, and this year's winner is "Strangers"!
The prolific character actor best known for his role as Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane on "The Dukes of Hazzard" has died. James Best was 88.
Ben Gibbard sits down with Take Two's Alex Cohen to talk about his relationship with Southern California, former bandmate Chris Walla and more.
This week on Tuesday Reviewsday, music journalist Steve Hochman joins Alex Cohen in the studio to talk about the best in new music releases.
A 3-D printing software company hands artists high-tech tools to craft human-centered projects. But it's not the first program to pair imagination with practicality.
'American Odyssey' co-creators talk about going with a female protagonist and the criticism directed towards the portrayal of the Muslim world.
This year's WonderCon featured more female fans and previews of 'San Andreas' and 'Last Man on Earth.' Looking ahead, the pop culture convention moves to LA.
De La Soul's David Jude Jolicoeur and Kelvin "Pos" Mercer talk sampling, making music without a record label and what you can expect from their new album.
The culture of retro cocktails that the show helped reignite is intriguing, considering how much of "Mad Men" is actually about excessive — even abusive — drinking.
The box-office sum is a studio and franchise best for the homegrown car-obsessed series, which has continued to grow over the past few films.
Director Hal Hartley talks about his latest film 'Ned Rifle,' how it fits into his trilogy of films and what it was like working with Aubrey Plaza.
Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei has turned the former prison into a showcase to address human rights and freedom of expression.
With the acclaimed series about to start its swan song, here are a few key episodes you can watch to help get you up to speed.
The union that represents theater actors and stage managers is considering changes that would increase pay for its members, but that could reduce opportunities.
In the 1920s, Alla Nazimova was a household name in America and one of Hollywood's highest paid actresses.
To kick off the Egyptian Theatre's Film Noir festival, John Rabe talks Stephen Bogart, with the son of Noir royalty.