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In the past ten years, almost 20 people have died in local drug-related incidents at EDM festivals, which raises questions of safety and prevention.
Meryl Streep's character represents a common challenge for women in the entertainment business: balancing work and motherhood.
“Listen to Me Marlon,” the documentary, introduces the world to a man a few of us were fortunate enough to know. Ours was not always an easy friendship but it was, to the last, a true one.
Andi Gusmari, a bowling competitor, disappeared from the University of Southern California sometime after 8:30 p.m. Saturday.
Hyatt is a veteran of TV and film—she played Brianna Barksdale on HBO's The Wire and portrayed a detective in 2014's Oscar-nominated Nightcrawler. She talked with KPCC's Welcome to Vinci about her work on True Detective and beyond.
The reports are based on the results of more than 12,000 blood tests from 5,000 athletes. Experts said analysis shows the sport's governing body has failed to take sufficient action against dopers.
You're in the passenger seat. The driver asks you to pick the music. What's an insecure DJ to do?
Piper was a major part of the rise of the World Wrestling Federation in the 1980s, particularly at the first Wrestlemania, where he teamed against Hulk Hogan and Mr. T.
Here are five great things you should do in Southern California this week.
The song is seldom used on screen because producers have to pay usage fees, but a documentary filmmaker is challenging the copyright.
Jason Segel plays David Foster Wallace in 'The End of the Tour.'
The show's music supervisor, Bob Thiele, "got the band back together" to form a group called The Forest Rangers, which has released its first album, “Land, Ho!”
Veteran comedian Andy Kindler reflects on the annual "State of the Industry" speech that he gives at the Just for Laughs festival in Montreal.
The author and critic died Friday of injuries sustained in a car accident. For years, he was the voice of NPR's literature commentary — and, for many, the "guide to a very exciting world."
How a lifetime of audio recordings, from business meetings to self-hypnosis tapes, came together in a new documentary on the legendary actor.