Arts & Entertainment
The French dancer/choreographer is back in Los Angeles after two years as Artistic Director of the Paris Opera Ballet. His upcoming show in LA will be his last time on stage as a dancer.
The show's star, Darren Criss, says America is able to embrace the show differently due to growing awareness of gender identity.
Donald Margulies isn’t the son of Holocaust survivors but a childhood friend is. And they were the inspiration for his play, “The Model Apartment.”
The actor currently has supporting roles in the films "Sully" and "Bleed For This," but he's now looking for roles that suit his age.
Vishavjit Singh isn't just a cartoonist — he's also Captain America. Well, he dresses up like Cap, at least, as part of an effort to engage with people of different views.
The annual study by the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation finds an uptick in LGBTQ depictions on broadcast shows, but a disturbing trend about such characters being killed off.
"There's a lot of restaurants in L.A. and some of them have to go to pretty great lengths to be novel and a lot of the time that's pretty funny."
Before holiday madness kicks in, hit up a Japanese food fair, a "sacred market" in the mountains and more.
This DIY festival, including a doc, a short silent film, and even a few TV episodes, is inspired by Jeff Nichols new film - "Loving" - which is about the 1967 miscegenation case that changed the law and the movies.
You'll be able to peek into the Happiest Place's history next month when items like a years-old unopened can of tobacco and ash trays go up for auction.
Actor, comedian, and Chicano art champion Cheech Marin on his newest traveling exhibit, Papel Chicano Dos, spotlighting works on paper by young Chicano artists.
The chef behind dozens of restaurants across America has a new book. Mario Batali's "Big American Cookbook" celebrates the regional cuisines of cities across the country.
It’s no longer rare to come across a female mariachi group, but these accomplished musicians are making their mark with a contemporary approach to traditions they hold dear.
From a lauded virtual reality film about police brutality involving an unarmed black man to an episode of the FX comedy "Atlanta", director Janicza Bravo is someone to watch.
For-profit podcast network Gimlet Media launches three new shows, and borrows quite a bit of Hollywood talent to attract new listeners and sponsors.
Michael Schur created other comedy shows including "Parks and Recreation" and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." On his latest NBC comedy, he set it in an afterlife that's inclusive to all "race, creed, gender, sexual identity."