Arts & Entertainment
Five museums say they are organizing the largest outdoor art show to showcase American art nationwide this summer.
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma will receive the first Fred Rogers Legacy Award, which is named for the creator and late host of the public television show "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood."
The battle was neck and neck between "Radiolab" and "Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me" for much of the week — Friday afternoon, "Radiolab" was trailing by mere votes.
Actor Mickey Rooney has passed away at his North Hollywood home., the Los Angeles Coroner's office and Rooney's family announced Sunday night.
Continuing the success of their superhero franchise, "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" has set a record as the biggest domestic April release ever.
Matthiessen was a spy, a naturalist, a well-regarded activist and a three-time winner of the National Book Award — for both fiction and nonfiction.
Paul Salamunovich, longtime director of the Los Angeles Master Chorale who helped score movies including "The Godfather," has died. He was 86.
When David Letterman announced his retirement Thursday, it came first not from a press release, but from the same kind of organic, weird, naturalistic charm that characterized the show.
The woman behind some of the elaborate costumes on HBO's hit series reveals some of the hidden details you won't believe.
Late night mainstay David Letterman announced that he plans to retire from the "Late Show" in 2015, sparking immediate speculation about possible heirs.
Food industry "sensory panelists" spend hours chewing, swishing and analyzing food, sometimes to the point of pain.
Tomorrow marks 20 years since Nirvana front man Kurt Cobain committed suicide. His death was met with grief and questions and — for many — it signified the end of an era.
Although Latinos are 17 percent of the population, they represent almost a third of frequent moviegoers. People of color overall attend movies at rates higher than their percentage of the population.
Within hours of Letterman's retirement announcement Thursday, Garcetti sent an open letter to CBS president Leslie Moonves, encouraging him to relocate the New York-based "Late Show" to LA.
Huge crowds packed arenas to watch the world's best pedestrians walk in circles for six days at a time. Trainers encouraged the athletes to drink champagne — at the time considered a stimulant.
During a taping of Thursday's show, Letterman said he has informed his CBS bosses that he will step down in 2015, when his current contract expires.