Arts & Entertainment
The new record label is dedicated to the development of blues artists. The label's music will be distributed by Capitol Music Group's Blue Note Records.
The developer was known for well-crafted tract homes that dotted California suburbs after World War II. "The architecture really does inform the way you live," says Eichler homeowner Adriene Biondo.
As math lovers know, it's Pi Day. And what better way to celebrate than by rolling out the dough? An NPR editor known for her experimental baking shares some of her favorite recipes.
There are ways to enjoy the festival vicariously without succumbing to soul-cleaving jealousy.
The South by Southwest Film Festival has become a showcase that makes room for both scrappy little indies and really big comedies. And there's plenty of TV, too.
What does Mars sound like on a piano? Pianist Josh Nelson came up with one answer on his latest album, "Exploring Mars."
Williams boycotted the BNP Paribas Open after she was booed there at 19 years old after her sister Venus pulled out of a match.
"Once you take the sophistication out of art you have a much larger and imaginative playing field... A cartoon has a far far larger vocabulary than any other form of art."
The event was originally a bike race but was cancelled last minute due to a lack of permits last year. It continues on as a bike ride and not so much a race.
It’s going to be a hot one, Angelenos. Slap on your sunscreen and let's hit the town. Here's everything you need to know.
The Frame spoke with L.A. Philharmonic Association President Deborah Borda to learn more about the L.A. Phil's plans for Asia.
We take an audio tour of the Bjork exhibit at New York's Museum of Modern Art and consider the media backlash along the way.
"Empire" fans have another way of interacting with their favorite show: the soundtrack.
The comedian plans to play every position while making appearances at five Arizona spring training games on Thursday.
The punk rock bassist, who also owns a record label, says the verdict means lawyers will now dictate how music should sound.
The Oscar-winning screenwriter talks about moving from film to television, the surprising origins of his new series, "American Crime," and making sure his crew is diverse.