Arts & Entertainment
In Los Angeles on Saturday, the Decoders, along with a 20-piece band and a dozen vocalists, will perform a tribute concert to late soul singer.
His driving rhythm was key to the sound of the 1970s punk band that influenced a generation of musicians that followed.
The three-time Grammy award-winning bassist had been suffering for the last few years from the effects of post-polio syndrome. He is survived by his wife and children.
In the Fall of 1971, CalArt's Feminist Art Program converted a run-down Hollywood mansion into an enormous and immersive feminist art exhibition.
James announced Friday he would return to Cleveland. That could complicate GOP plans to nominate their 2016 presidential pick there.
Multiple brain aneurysms have left Siike Donnelly with a fractured memory. The graphic novelist hopes to regain the memories he's lost--and his ability to draw.
Marvel is tackling the universe with the "Guardians of the Galaxy" movie. Writer Sam Humphries is the one who makes the unknown lead character a star in comics.
Director Richard Linklater's latest film, "Boyhood," takes the classic coming of age story to a whole new level.
How does a particular TV show wind up an Emmy nominee in a particular category? The Emmy Awards let distributors pick the category, and the guidelines are open to manipulation.
Ever wonder why the not-so-smart gal makes the sale? Or, the inexperienced guy has the killer pitch?
The nominations were announced early Thursday by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. See the full list of nominees. Did your favorites get snubbed?
Bieber has to complete five days of community labor and an anger management program, pay $80,900 in restitution and has been placed on probation.
KPCC staffers try two of the mental tests doctors gave Clippers owner Donald Sterling as part of their examination into whether he has Alzheimer's Disease.
Dick Jones was just 10 years old but already had appeared in nearly 40 movies when he got the part of Pinocchio.
A 1,500-word story posted on the author's Pottermore website is the first update since "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" was published in 2007.
A blind pianist, a country music legend, the reboot of a Latin label in New York and an Argentinean electro-pop band. It's all about the new music here on Tuesday Reviewsday.