Arts & Entertainment
There's one "The Bachelor" contestant who you can see online, but you may not recognize from the actual show. That's because she's making these videos that look like they fit right in herself.
Thumbs up for #puppmonkeybaby, avocados in space and Willem Dafoe in drag. Thumbs down for razor robots, Steve Harvey dropping the balls and Steven Tyler. No idea what we're talking about? Here's a quarter-by-quarter breakdown.
After a tumultuous season, the NFL condemned domestic violence in its ranks, and put a spotlight on the issue during the last Super Bowl. A year later, it's unclear whether that has made a difference.
With only weeks to go before the Academy Awards on Feb. 28, the race is still as wide open as ever.
These days, it's pretty much impossible to miss a discussion on cultural appropriation. But we explore where we draw the line between what's acceptable and what's downright offensive.
The star of the boxing drama "Creed" was honored Friday as both the entertainer of the year and outstanding actor in a motion picture.
Since 1976, every U.S. president has issued a proclamation declaring February as Black History Month. Here are seven ways to celebrate in 2016.
"Think of somebody doing a freestyle gymnastics or ice routine, but in a wheelchair, with paint on the wheels of the wheelchair and on the roller, leaving marks."
Josh Brolin plays the lead of Eddie Mannix, a studio executive during the Golden Age of Hollywood, in the Coen brothers' new movie, 'Hail, Caesar!'
The former actor made his directorial debut at Sundance with "The Free World," which fits in with Lew's desire to explore issues relating to identity.
The same anonymous art collective that created the Griffith Park Tea House has made a new installation called Petal Drop LA that aims to create a transcendent experience.
Last Saturday, the city's newest music venue opened its doors with a quiet night of country music. The Hi Hat, located on York Boulevard in the 60-year-old, 4,500-square-foot space that once housed Highland Park Billiards, brings live music to a neighborhood without many musical options.
Behold: Five great things you should do in Southern California this week, from art to food to music to an adventure we'll call "the Wild Card," from the makers of the 5 Every Day app.
USC Athletics Director Pat Haden will step down from his position at the end of June, the school announced Friday.
Take advantage of one of the few times when the roads will be empty and you can go anywhere. Sanden Totten is here to help.
Cheers to the weekend! Here's everything you need to know to have an awesome couple of days off, from L.A. Cookie Con to where to watch the Super Bowl.