Arts & Entertainment
Everybody loves Pixar movies. Everybody loves 'Inside Out,' its newest movie. Everybody except Off-Ramp contributor R.H. Greene.
Maya Forbes told us about her new film "Infinitely Polar Bear" and her own experiences growing up with a father struggling with bipolar disorder, and being "unidentifiably black."
Musician Ryn Weaver came out of nowhere with her hit "OctaHate," and her rapid rise to prominence has forced her to quickly learn how to deal with criticism.
We tried out virtual reality headset the Oculus Rift. It may not be as immersive as you would hope quite yet, but it looks like it's the future of gaming.
Madeline Stuart, daughter of Mel Stuart, the director of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, on inspiring the movie, acting in the picture, and how nasty kids can be.
He's from Southern California, an early member of the Low End Theory and now The Gaslamp Killer is launching a new type of show. A DJ with a live band.
Rick Famuyiwa's "Dope" follows Malcolm, a kid from Inglewood, on an L.A. adventure. "I think film needs to start reflecting [diversity], or it's going to become a dinosaur."
Gamers are eagerly awaiting the latest news from developers like Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo, and to find out how the industry plans to embrace virtual reality hardware.
Bassist Scott Shiner and author/wife Jillian Lauren talk about the ups and downs of traveling with their kid, Tariku, while on the road with Weezer.
The good news: There's a taco emoji. The bad news: Support for the new emojis rely on future updates from platform vendors such as Apple, Google and Microsoft.
"The timing of it was a shock," former NAACP official Rachel Dolezal said of her white parents' speaking to the media. "Wow. The timing was completely unexpected."
Tens of thousands of people have crowded L.A.'s Convention Center to see what trends will take over tech and gaming for the upcoming year.
Oliver Wang and Morgan Rhodes join Tess Vigeland for our weekly new music segment, Tuesday Reviewsday. This week includes Czarface, Vince Staples and more.
Comedian Ian Abramson is the mastermind behind Seven Minutes in Purgatory, an experimental comedy show that has stand-ups perform with no audience feedback.
Director Zoe Cassavetes, daughter of indie-filmmaking master John Cassavetes, wanted to avoid major studios to make her new film about a 40-year-old actress.
“Jurassic World” just had the biggest opening weekend in Hollywood history, grossing $208.8 million domestically and more than $524 million globally.