Arts & Entertainment
If they beat the Minnesota Lynx on Sunday, they'll be the women's league champions — for the second year in a row.
NBC reportedly paid Kelly more than $15 million dollar a year to sign on. But should the network be having second thoughts?
A new documentary recounts his crucial role in the careers of Janis Joplin, Bruce Springsteen, Patti Smith, Whitney Houston and many others.
"Salt" was made in the 1980s by South Korean filmmaker Sheen Sang-ok, who claimed he was kidnapped by agents for then-North Korean leader Kim Jung-Il.
Journalist turned filmmaker Peter Landesman talks about why he felt it was so important to make a film about the man known as Deep Throat.
Our picks include not one, but two music festivals at Watts Towers, a block party in Santa Monica and, of course, a pumpkin patch.
Actor Jake Gyllenhaal discusses portraying a real-life survivor of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.
On Wednesday, Hugh Hefner, the founder of “Playboy” magazine, passed away in his home at age 91. An artistic pioneer, a civil rights activist, a philanthropist and a controversial womanizer, Hefner wore many hats in shaping American pop culture.
Hefner's magazine was blamed for (or credited with) setting off a cultural revolution in America, but within a few years he was branded a male chauvinist.
After finishing her mural for a Pacific Standard Time show in Long Beach, Maldonado's planned return home was canceled by Hurricane Maria.
The Frame's John Horn tours the construction site of the museum that is set to open in 2019, next door to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
The actor stars as an elderly, chain-smoking, rough-around-the-edges Navy veteran who bears more than a slight resemblance to Stanton himself. But he died before seeing the finished film.
Most tickets will go up by $1 to $10, depending on the section, time and type of event. The L.A. Phil says the new prices will help offset increased production, labor, marketing and artists’ costs.
Buzzfeed News' former head of video, Henry Goldman, tells us what makes Facebook videos successful. Spoiler alert: It involves good content and (surprise!) audio.
Before comedian Zach Anner was a writer on ABC's "Speechless," he was a fan. Like the show's main character, Anner has cerebral palsy and uses a wheelchair.
The production designer talks about working on the upcoming Marvel film as well as previous projects "Moonlight and "Lemonade."