Arts & Entertainment

HEALTH knows the rock star lifestyle doesn't last forever

Singer/guitarist Jake Duszik and bassist John Famiglietti tells us about the band's rise — and knowing that it will come to an end.

New music from Jon Cleary, Cécile McLorin Salvant and more

If you don't have the time to keep up with the latest in new music, we've got the perfect solution for you: Tuesday Reviewsday.

'Man From UNCLE' director Guy Ritchie would 'quite fancy' making an animated kids film

Director Guy Ritchie talks about following his Sherlock movies with "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." and his secret love of children's animated movies like "Frozen."

Ice Cube knew his son was right for 'Straight Outta Compton' — he just had to learn how to act

The rapper and his son, O'Shea Jackson Jr., talk about the high stakes of a novice actor taking on a high profile role.

On The Lot: 'Straight Outta Compton' dominates the box office

Every week Rebecca Keegan of the LA Times joins the show for her regular segment "On The Lot," where she talks about the most interesting stuff happening in the film business.

D23 Expo: Star Wars Land to 'Civil War' — 9 things to get you hyped

Imagine San Diego Comic-Con if it was run by one company, designed to promote Disney's upcoming slate of projects from films to theme parks. Here are their big announcements.

'Straight Outta Compton' goes straight to the top of the box office

Universal's N.W.A. biopic earned an astonishing $56.1 million in its debut, according to studio estimates Sunday.

Television 2015: Is there really too much TV?

The number of scripted prime-time TV series is expected to pass the 400 mark in 2015. That's too much for at least one network executive, but the picture is more complex than that.

Does TV need an Affordable 'Cable' Act to hold on to millennial subscribers?

With the rise of streaming services, TV audiences have been cutting the cable and satellite cord. Traditional media giants must innovate to survive.

Nisei Week turns 75: Festival history, how to get there and what to see

Little Tokyo in downtown L.A. will celebrate everything Nisei, or second-generation Japanese-American, this weekend and next. Here's what you need to know.

Uzo Aduba was going to quit Hollywood before 'OITNB' came along

Before Uzo Aduba got the part of "Crazy Eyes" on Netflix's hit show "Orange is the New Black," she was constantly rejected for parts. Now she's won an Emmy and is going for two.

A studio visit with LA artist Mark Bradford

The Frame's John Horn visits with Mark Bradford inside his South LA studio to learn how he want from hairdresser to one of LA's most recognizable contemporary artists.

Cinespia: How one 'odd idea' sparked 14 years of filmgoing at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Since 2002, Cinespia has grown into an insanely popular event that brings up to 4,000 people together on picnic blankets every weekend from May to September.

Felicia Day says you should be weird, it's great

Felicia Day made her name in Web series, with a nudge from Joss Whedon putting her in several projects. We talked with her about her memoir and how success nearly killed her.

5 things to see at Disney's D23 Expo: Star Wars, Muppet love and more

Disney's D23 Expo takes a ride into Anaheim this weekend. Here are five of the big stories to watch from D23 and what you should see if you go.

After 10 years, Watkins Family Hour finally releases debut album

Sara and Sean Watkins talk about why they decided to release an album now, their monthly shows at Largo and the dynamics of playing in a band with a sibling.