Arts & Entertainment

Tink's House fuses art with food for an immersive dinner-party experience

The not-quite-restaurant is situated in a nondescript apartment in downtown just west of the 110.

Puppy love: NYT Magazine writer on our devotion to man’s best friend

The world can be divided into cat people and dog people. New York Times Magazine writer Benoit Denizet-Lewis's new book is the latest addition to the canon devoted to the later category.

Aaron Freeman sheds his Gene Ween identity with his new LP 'FREEMAN'

After breaking up his band Ween, a couple of years ago, Aaron Freeman set out to create a new piece of work that reflected his struggles with addiction and relationships.

Tim Robbins puts passion first with 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'

Actor/director Tim Robbins talks with KPCC's John Horn about directing 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' and why he loves the uninterrupted nature of theater.

Soboroff adds Truman Capote typewriter to collection

During his last years, Truman Capote often lived at Joanne Carson's home, smoking cigarillos and writing. Steve Soboroff now has that typewriter in his collection.

Allison Williams to be NBC's Peter Pan to Christopher Walken's Hook

NBC has picked its Peter Pan: high-flying "Girls" star Allison Williams. The 26-year-old actress-comedian will play the boy who refused to grow up in NBC's new staging of "Peter Pan Live!"

11 shows creating LA's new storytelling renaissance

When I started in comedy, I saw hundreds of comics just finding their voices as they moved toward stardom. LA's storytelling scene has that feel now. It's a golden age.

The 7 key events from San Diego Comic-Con 2014

San Diego Comic-Con 2014, is in the books. Here are the key moments — and lack of key moments — that fans are talking about coming out of this year's convention.

Tuesday Reviewsday: The Psycho Sisters, Quetzal, Nightmare & the Cat and Chiquis

It's time for Tuesday Reviewsday, our weekly new music segment. This week we're joined by experts Steve Hochman and Justino Aguila.

Margot Adler, NPR journalist for three decades, dies

Adler joined NPR in 1979 and covered everything from the emergence of the AIDS epidemic to the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. She was 68.

At 75, Batman still seeks justice, not revenge

Batman keeps avenging the death of his parents, but "it's not a vendetta, it's a crusade," says author Glen Weldon. "He represents the idea of: 'This thing that happened to me? Never again.' "

Vincenzo Nibali first Italian in 15 years to win Tour De France

The cyclist had dominated the Tour, wearing the yellow jersey through all but two stages of the grueling three-week competition.

Miles Tackett of Breakestra back with solo album

Miles Tackett lit up the funk scene in LA for over a decade with his band Breakestra, but now he's back with a solo album that calls to his roots in Topanga Canyon, CA.

Pasadena occultist Marjorie Cameron to get solo show at MOCA

Marjorie Elizabeth Cameron Parsons Kimmel was an occultist, an artist, an actress and wife to one of the world’s first rocket scientists.

Heat hacks: How to keep yourself and your pets cool if you don't have AC

Forecasters predict the Southland will reach up to 100 degrees this week, and the summer may get even hotter. We curated a list of ways to beat the heat.

Man United buries LA Galaxy 7-0 in Pasadena

Galaxy coach Bruce Arena said he had "nothing but respect" for United's performance. "Getting punished for mistakes and really getting a lesson on the speed of play, we can actually use it as a positive for them."