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Saturday Night Live has a long history of impersonating Presidential candidates. The show returns this weekend with Alec Baldwin cast to play Trump opposite Kate McKinnon's Hillary Clinton.Add your comments
The show is part cabaret, part concert, but the main focus is to highlight great filmmakers and the music they use.
The singer-songwriter's "Ape in Pink Marble" is steeped in the city’s ambience and the Fantasyland that is Hollywood.
Chris Redd is an actor, writer, and standup comedian. You’ve seen him as Andy Samberg's rapper nemesis Hunter the Hungry in "Popstar."
The weather might be saying otherwise, but fall is in full swing and so is the weekend. From Oktoberfest to a chocolate festival, it's time to drink it all in.
Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles, Women in Games International and Sony's Santa Monica Studio teamed up for a Girl Scouts patch for video game design.
Cinematographer Kirsten Johnson has woven together 25 years of documentary footage into a visual memoir of the moments that marked her.
The comedian's voice can be heard on podcasts, TV shows and in comedy clubs. On his new comedy album, he turns his socio-political lens onto society and his mixed race family.
Bill Pettis, Venice Beach bodybuilder once touted for having the "largest biceps in the world," was found dead at 69 in Pennsylvania.
In the new documentary, "Generation Startup," co-director Cheryl Miller Houser followed six young entrepreneurs to uncover the challenges of making it in the tech world.
Nixon died Wednesday at a Haverford, Pennsylvania, physical rehabilitation facility close to her Rosemont home, where she had checked in to gain strength for a planned book tour.
The collection includes photos, sculptures, scripts and other memorabilia from his "Star Trek" days, as well as the Olympic torch he carried ahead of the 1984 games in L.A.
The video went up on YouTube in 2014, but lately it has been making the rounds on WeChat, a Chinese social media app. Some Chinese-Americans say it plays to racial stereotypes and is offensive.
The British director wanted some untrained performers for her film, and found her lead actress, Sasha Lane, on a beach in Florida.
"Batman Beyond" is a world that just won't die. Comic book creators Dan Jurgens and Bernard Chang told us about the latest iteration, with a new relaunch in stores everywhere.
Sotheby’s is auctioning off about 400 items from Bowie's estate, which raises the question: Is art more valuable if it was owned by someone famous?