Arts & Entertainment
A Yale historian's new book explores America's changing tastes, and what they say about our culture — from class mobility to civil rights to women's changing status.
Everybody knows stereo recordings sound better. Right? Maybe not. This new remastered collection of Rolling Stones tunes is often more intimate and immediate than often-flawed stereo versions.
The acclaimed director and screenwriter died Tuesday at the age of 71. Screenwriting partner Brian Helgeland joins Take Two to remember him.
After three deaths at the electronic-music fest Hard Summer, the company isn't holding its annual Halloween fest.
Every year the Small Press Expo (SPX) brings creators of independent comics together with passionate fans. Many of those fans make comics themselves and say they're inspired by SPX's "funkier" feel.
After 67 years as the voice of the Dodgers, Vin Scully will call his final game on Oct. 2.
After she co-wrote the Oscar-nominated "Beasts of the Southern Wild," Lucy Alibar began thinking about parenting — and her own influential father.
A sheepish Seth Rogen and Conan O'Brien flying high. Celebrity photographer, Robert Trachtenberg captures the Red-Blooded American Male in his latest project
"Games of Thrones," the fantasy saga based on George R.R. Martin's novels, has now received a cumulative 38 awards, besting "Frasier" by one to claim most prime-time series awards ever. See the list of winners.
Need a place to celebrate? Here are a few great Southern California cheeseburgers, from simple to fancy.
Charmian Carr, the actress best known for portraying the eldest von Trapp daughter in Rogers & Hammerstein's "The Sound of Music," has died. She was 73.
Floats, dancers and marching bands will help Angelenos celebrate Mexican Independence Day, a holiday that celebrates Mexico's independence from Spain.
Drug czar Pablo Escobar's son studied to be an architect. But his late father's notoriety interfered with business, so today he urges kids to stay away from drugs.
You can probably guess what a former deputy director of the National Security Agency thinks of the new biopic on Edward Snowden.
The comedian won't impersonate his parents' Indian accents. For many people, he says, "immigrants are funny voices," and he doesn't want to play into that.
"All art should be useful," Albee said. "If it's merely decorative, it's a waste of time." The Pulitzer-winning playwright of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" died Friday following a short illness.