Arts & Entertainment
The documentary filmmaker and competitive cyclist takes a bike ride with John Horn to discuss how he met the key architect in the Russian Olympic doping program.
The band discusses how mixing traditional music with contemporary sounds helps young Nicaraguans appreciate the richness of their own culture.
Faith "Zephyr" Herbert is one of Valiant Comics breakout stars. The plus-sized superheroine fights crime in the streets of Los Angeles — and now, she's up against an AI trying to damage time itself.
Sam Shepard was a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, Oscar-nominated actor, and celebrated author whose plays chronicled the explosive fault lines of family and masculinity in the American West.
Joshua Weinstein set his film in a Hasidic community in Brooklyn and based it on the real life story of Menashe Lustig, who had never even seen a movie.
The city's tight-knit Mexican-American community is throwing a party this weekend to celebrate St. James, known in the Spanish-speaking world as Santiago.
Mason Bates used actual pops, beeps and whizzes from vintage Apple gear for his world premiere at Santa Fe Opera, “The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs.”
The U.S. Open of Surfing, one of the country’s premier surf competitions, starts this weekend in Huntington Beach. Here's what to know.
A company statement says he died Thursday at his Hollywood Hills home at age 83. No details were released on his cause of death.
Dancer Tiler Peck hopes to showcase the diversity of ballet in her show BalletNow, at the Music Center in Downtown Los Angeles.
Former Vice President Al Gore hopes his new documentary "An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power" will educate people on how to talk about climate change and combat "fake news" with the truth.
L.A.-based theater artist Nancy Keystone and Critical Mass Performance Group rehearse “Untitled Communion" is her search for some elusive place to laugh at the country’s current political climate.
The spare production of the play 'Heisenberg' at the Mark Taper Forum allows Mary-Louise Parker and Denis Arndt's characters to play off each other and play with the written word.
Don’t expect to see it pop up at your neighborhood Cineplex. It’s a film that’s definitely NOT for the easily queasy.
With "Calexit," comic writer Matteo Pizzolo seeks to entertain while staying true to the political realities of our time.
Michael Giacchino has scored just about every reboot and remake of his favorite films from childhood which means he's re-scoring the soundtrack of his life and maybe yours too.