Arts & Entertainment
M.I.A. and the NFL have reached a settlement ending their multimillion dollar dispute over the rapper's flash of the middle finger during the 2012 Super Bowl halftime show.
Emmys preview, biking to the red carpet, multi-culti mash-ups and more
Even though women make up 48 percent of the video game playing market, they're still underrepresented in and by the gaming industry.
Female superheroes can be great at kicking butt, but Spider-Woman has gotten a lot of negative attention for showing too much of her own.
After years of abuse from weather and graffiti, the 1984 Summer Olympics murals painted along the 101 and 110 freeways are coming back to life/
This Saturday, "I Looked Up at the Ceiling and Then I Saw the Sky" will be performed for the first time ever in Southern California.
Mark Duplass' character in "The One I Love" is very multi-faceted. And the unique "Twilight Zone-esque" film is worth seeing.
The '90s are back! Grab your crop tops and carpenter jeans and get ready for a walk down nostalgia lane. Here's everything you need to know.
The Emmys are airing on a Monday this year — Aug. 25 at 5 p.m. on NBC — but don't be discouraged by a weekday party. Here's everything you need to make yours a hit.
What do LA's top graffiti artists have in common with a rare, 17th-century text found in the Getty's rare book collection? As it turns out, plenty.
Billy Crystal will pay tribute to Robin Williams, his longtime friend and fellow comedian, at next week's Emmy Awards.
Playwright Dan O'Brien and composer Quetzal Flores collaborated on a 10-minute drama with music titled "The Ballad of George Zimmerman."
Randall Lobb, who by day is a high school English teacher, is the filmmaker behind "Turtle Power: The Definitive History of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles."
Facebook, for its part, encourages parents to use the site's privacy setting if they want to limit who can see their baby photos and other posts.
Tired of feeling left behind when it comes to discovering new music? Tune in every week for our regular music segment Tuesday Reviewsday.
Don Pardo, the durable television and radio announcer whose resonant voice-over style was widely imitated and became the standard in the field, died Monday in Arizona at the age of 96.