Arts & Entertainment

Kings announcer Bob Miller on his upcoming retirement

After more than 3,000 broadcasts since 1973, the Hall of Fame announcer will soon retire. He plans to call two more games and then drop the mic.

'Fun Home': How Alison Bechdel's queer coming-of-age comic became a musical

The cartoonist and author was dubious at the idea of having her graphic novel memoir adapted for the stage, but it ended up winning the Tony Award for Best Musical.

John Adams' timely revival of 'Nixon in China'

The composer says the themes of his landmark 1987 opera are "eerily similar to what we’re witnessing in this country right now."

​Cynthia Cooper-Dyke resigns as USC women's basketball coach

Cynthia Cooper-Dyke has resigned after four years coaching basketball at her alma mater Southern California.

Former President Bush says SNL impressions never bothered him a bit

"The best humor is when you make fun of yourself," George W. Bush said on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." President Trump regularly dismisses the show's satirical jabs aimed at his administration.

Your go-to guide for the weekend in SoCal

The weekend is looking sunny and warm, so throw your sunglasses on and thaw out! Choose from a whale festival, cherry blossom festival, or an open streets event for a much needed outdoor excursion.

Kings' Bob Miller retiring after 44 years as voice of LA hockey

The 78-year-old Miller plans to call the Kings' last home game on April 8 against Chicago and their regular-season finale at Anaheim the following night to end his career.

He's kind of a big deal — Will Ferrell to deliver USC grad speech

The actor/comedian is scheduled to deliver the main address at USC’s ceremony on May 12. Our burning question: Will he appear as himself, or as one of his many iconic characters?

'Big Little Lies' producer determined to tell stories about women

Bruna Papandrea’s goals are to make movies and TV shows that feature multiple complex women characters and to fix the gender imbalance in Hollywood.

How 'Ultimate Beastmaster' fits into Netflix's global strategy

The streaming service is looking to expand its global reach with a reality competition show that's being produced for six countries simultaneously.

The Binge: love, romance and Queen Elizabeth

Got some time to waste? Don't know what to do? You could catch up on some great movies or TV shows that are streaming, but where to begin?

Jean Dubuffet - at the Hammer - more pioneering than those other guys

As the 1900s closed, Jean Dubuffet's work was occluded by the likes of Pollack, De Kooning, and Rothko. They retain their pioneering prominence in the public eye, but he was more pioneer than they.

Can the Switch turn Nintendo's fanbase back on?

Nintendo's newest console promises a flexible, mobile experience unlike anything else on the market in gaming. But is that enough to make a real impact?

Women of NASA to be immortalized — in Lego form

Lego figurines of five storied female NASA pioneers will soon grace toy-store shelves. The project, proposed by a science writer, is meant to shed light on women's contributions to the space program.

Meet C-SPAN's Steve Scully, 'the most patient man on television'

C-SPAN is an easy target for ridicule, but in an increasingly polarized media climate, could this neutral and civilized network have new relevance?

Jane Kaczmarek returns to her dramatic roots in 'Long Day's Journey Into Night'

Those who know her comedic work might be surprised to see the actress in such a serious role, but at this point in her career she wants to push beyond what's expected of her.