Arts & Entertainment
Whether that means hiking a mountain or hiking to Space Mountain, there are apps out there to help you make the most out of Independence Day.
What “Ishtar” was to movies and New Coke was to soda, “Paula” is to recorded music. Or so reviewers say. Read some reviews and listen to a track.
The L.A. Times' Russ Parsons says that while convivial and a summer favorite, the grill is too uneven and prone to flare-ups. Use a cast iron skillet or griddle.
An involuntary manslaughter indictment charges the director of rocker Gregg Allman's biopic "Midnight Rider" and two others in the death of the 27-year-old crew member.
KPCC's John Horn reflects on the amazing life of Louis Zamperini — subject of the upcoming film "Unbroken," war hero, former Olympian and Rose Parade Grand Marshal.
Off-Ramp contributor CJ Greenspon profiles Disney's first black animator, Floyd Norman, who also helped create 'Fat Albert.'
Despite The Dustbowl Revival's mix of genres that come from the American South, it's a distinctly LA band.
The new documentary, "Life Itself," follows the life and death of legendary film critic, Roger Ebert.
In late June, Rhode Island-based Briarbrook Auction Services sold a 1942 Oscar awarded to the art director of the film "My Gal Sal" for $79,200.
Emicida is putting Brazilian hip-hop on the world map as well, raising hot topics such as poverty, wealth and social progress in his music.
After a wrenching loss to Belgium, fans are touting the play of goalkeeper Tim Howard.
Rarely do we get a three-day weekend, so let's take advantage. Here are seven fun and almost-free things to do with your time off.
Kates said in a statement that LaBeouf's recent actions — which include an arrest for disrupting a Broadway play — are symptoms of a larger health problem.
As AnimeExpo descends on LA, Roland Kelts talks about how shifting demographics in Japan are leading to a change in how anime and manga are developed and marketed.
A spokeswoman for the 62-year-old actor-comedian says Williams planned the visit as a respite to recharge after more than 18 straight months of work.
Paul Mazursky, the writer-director of such films as "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice" and "An Unmarried Woman," has died. He was 84.