Arts & Entertainment
LA native Jessica Childress didn't make it very far in the television competition "The Voice" but she headed to SXSW for a career boost.
Around the world, millions of families of Iranian descent will gather around a ceremonial table to mark the start of spring.
Starbucks is partnering with Oprah Winfrey to sell a new tea called the "Oprah Chai." But could you live with yourself if you ordered it?
Obama spoke at a White House screening of the film "Cesar Chavez: An American Hero" before having to leave early, promising to watch the movie this weekend on DVD.
It's time for Round 2 with the top 16 shows. One of the first round matchups came down to a single vote; find out all the details and vote for the next round.
In its fourth year, you can attend this affordable concert party in downtown L.A. for just $10. Just don't expect the big names of Coachella.
Steve Soboroff adds yet another typewriter to his collection: one used by E.M. Forster, the British author who wrote "A Passage to India" and more.
Boy George spoke with A Martinez about the new album, overcoming his drug addiction and introducing a new sound to his already established audience.
ABC Family announced this week it will add three new pilots to its programming. One is “Alice in Arabia,” and it's already seen a backlash on Twitter.
After a Clark Library performance, Marc Haefele writes, "I’ll die happy if I ever get to hear the rest of Shostakovich’s chamber music played like this."
This will be the former Lakers coach's first time as an executive and the Knicks say he will be in charge of all basketball decisions.
Guinness, that most Irish of beers, sells six times the amount of beer it normally sells on St. Patrick's Day. Meanwhile, Samuel Adams is expected to see their sales jump 13 percent this week.
It's a family affair for Los Feliz-based singer Eleni Mandell, who tours across the U.S. with her three-year-old twin children in tow.
It's a culinary creation whipped up by our favorite King of Kitsch, Mr. Charles Phoenix, who joined Take Two to talk about his new creation.
For 25 years now, a 65,000-square-foot warehouse has been the geek version of Costco. Off-Ramp's Alana Rinicella takes a tour of Frank and Son.
Last year, "This American Life" took home the trophy, but it's another year, which means it's a new chance for you to pick your favorite public radio shows.