Arts & Entertainment
The comedian talks about his struggles with suicidal thoughts and his complex relationship with his psychiatrist, in his new HBO special.
"The Sports World is Forever Changed," Big Baller Brand said in introducing NBA prospect Lonzo Ball's shoes — though some aren't feeling moved.
Sesame Workshop is creating educational programming for refugee children around the world. But first, it's doing a lot of homework to make sure the lessons it teaches are the right ones.
Mario Maglieri, the Hollywood entrepreneur who doubled as a godfather figure to generations of rock stars from the Doors' Jim Morrison to Guns 'N Roses' Axl Rose, has died at age 93.
After Crayola announced it was retiring the yellow crayon Dandelion, the company said its replacement would be blue, but would it be a true blue? No, it's actually an accidental blue.
Doing justice to a life story as insane and multifaceted as explorer Percy Fawcett’s was a challenge for writer/director James Gray.
Chuck Wepner's life inspired Sylvester Stallone to write and star in the film "Rocky." Wepner is getting a film of his own, with Liev Schreiber in the role of Wepner. Schreiber talked to Morning Edition about the stepping in the shoes – and the life – of a real person.
Brett Berns makes a documentary about his dad — an influential producer who shaped the sound of pop and R&B in the '60s when the music industry resembled the Wild West.
The Hollyhock House in Los Feliz was supposed to include a theater, but Wright and his client, Aline Barnsdall, couldn't agree on a design. Almost a century later, the house will host a stage production.
A film at the California Science Center hopes to attract young women to become engineers by featuring women professionals and their impressive engineering feats.
Celebrate Free Comic Book Day! The annual tradition is held every first Saturday in May at participating comic book specialty shops.
Not into margaritas or mariachis? We've rounded up plenty of ways to spend your weekend including suggestions for celebrating Cinco de Mayo.
A photo shared online shows Ron Howard, Marion Ross, Don Most, Anson Williams, Cathy Silvers and Scott Baio posing together.
The streaming company wants to rival television, even if it is partially bound to the massive media companies that make content the old-fashioned way.
After a successful acting career in the 1980s and early '90s, Winger grew tired of Hollywood and actually left the business for more than five years. She's back in "The Lovers."
The City of Riverside announced a proposal to create the Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art, Culture and Industry on Tuesday, which would house the comedian's vast collection.