Arts & Entertainment
Efrem Zimbalist Jr.'s streak of success as a leading man on TV included parts of three decades. The star of "77 Sunset Strip" and "The F.B.I." died at home in California.
Do your pets eat better than you? A hamster with a taste for Tex-Mex food gets to feast on homemade burritos, courtesy of his very own chef.
The short offers a comedic look at a real case where the witness chose to argue no, he didn't know what a "photocopying machine" was. The New York Times is making it a series.
How do KPCC celebrities like Larry Mantle and Alex Cohen honor their family through food? What are some of their favorite dishes from mom?
Carlene Carter was destined to make music. Related to June Carter Cash and Johnny Cash, she's out with a new album called "Carter Girl." She joins Alex Cohen to talk about her family's legacy.
A new shuttle bus service starts rolling this weekend to bring people to a picture perfect view of the Hollywood sign. It's the must-have photo stop for anyone visiting L.A.
With super hot temps come a gaggle of air-conditioned events. Watch the Kentucky Derby from a local bar, celebrate Union Station's 75th birthday or view Mike Kelley's remarkable art.
It's the largest tree fruit in the world. It's nutritious, pretty easy to grow and has the potential to be a star in the developing world. But does it taste good?
Al Feldstein, who edited the iconic satire magazine from 1956-1984, turned it into a must-read for baby boomer-era adolescents.
There's a trend catching on with teens in Tucson. This one is making their English teachers happy. Spoken word poetry has a growing following in high schools there.
Anze Kopitar scored the tiebreaking goal to cap the Kings' historic comeback from three games down for a victory over the Sharks in Game 7 of their first-round series.
KPCC's John Rabe talks in-depth with food writer Ruth Reichl about her debut novel, "Delicious!," in which a food prodigy from Santa Barbara comes of age at the ideal food magazine.
The British actor was best known for films such as "The Long Good Friday," "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" and "Mona Lisa." Hoskins' agent confirmed his death from pneumonia.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said that an NBA investigation confirmed that it was Clippers owner Donald Sterling's voice on two recordings featuring racist rants.
In the same week that Lupita Nyong'o was declared the most beautiful woman in the world by People Magazine, Time named Beyoncé one of the world's "100 Most Influential People."
It's time again for Tuesday Reviewsday, our weekly new music segment. This week, music supervisor Morgan Rhodes is back with music, including some Future Soul.