Arts & Entertainment

'Star Trek' star hospitalized after stroke

Actress Nichelle Nichols suffered a stroke Wednesday and was rushed to the hospital. The actress is reported to be awake and in good spirits.

Metal fans prove the most loyal on Spotify

Spotify released data showing extreme, hardcore loyalty from metal music listeners. Meanwhile, YouTube's new site shows you where the most popular artists get the most plays.

Algiers uses punk rock to talk social injustice and racism

Rolling Stone named Algiers one of the 10 new acts you need to know in 2015, describing their music as “spiritual, political and confrontational.” We help you get to know them.

Stephen Colbert announces 'Late Show' band leader Jon Batiste

Colbert is re-emerging and making a series of announcements about his version of "The Late Show."

NFL to stream a game online for the first time this fall

The league is teaming up with Yahoo to offer the first national Internet-only game.

Why 'Veep' is moving to LA to depict DC

An expanded California tax credit looks to be bringing shows like "Veep" and "American Horror Story" to L.A. The state Film Commission's Amy Lemisch breaks it down.

Photek on remixing Bob Marley, scoring 'How To Get Away With Murder'

The L.A.-based producer known as Photek has remixed both Daft Punk and Bob Marley. He’s also the composer for ABC’s series “How to Get Away With Murder.”

What it was like scouting locations for the 'Entourage' movie

What's it like to have to find and book all of the fancy places that people see in the new 'Entourage' movie? The film's location scout reveals his secrets.

Why female A-list stars have romantic interests who are decades older

Young A-list female stars like Emma Stone and Jennifer Lawrence are part of a trend pushing out actresses in their thirties and presenting unrealistic relationships.

Sister Corita Kent, creator of LOVE stamp, world's biggest selling artist

John Rabe talks with April Dammann, biographer of the late Sister Corita Kent, printmaker and creator of the LOVE stamp.

The Who's 'Quadrophenia' is coming back with real opera singers

The Who's Pete Townshend has teamed up with opera singer Alfie Boe and a symphony orchestra to revamp the 1973 rock opera "Quadrophenia."

Apple vs. Spotify: What to expect from Apple's music streaming service

Apple is expected to introduce its long-awaited music streaming service next week. They're looking to upsell the average iTunes consumer who buys $30 in music a year.

LA Phil's Dudamel on reaching younger, less affluent audiences

The artistic director of the L.A. Philharmonic talked with us about why he chose to stay in L.A. over New York or Berlin, and how classical can reach younger, less white, less rich audiences.

Tuesday Reviewsday: Ola Fresca, Monoswezi and Bomba Estéreo

It's time for Tuesday Reviewsday, our weekly new music segment. This week music journalist Steve Hochman joins Alex Cohen in the studio to talk about his picks.

Jamie xx steps out of the xx's shadows with 'In Colour'

The young producer/DJ reveals some of the inspirations and influences behind his debut album, which is receiving rave reviews. Listen to some of the best tracks here.

Paul Feig on directing and writing for funny women

Feig tells us how he makes movies like "Bridesmaids," the new "Spy" and the upcoming all-female "Ghostbusters," how he got into and out of movie directing jail and shares his creative process.