Arts & Entertainment
Nicholas Britell and director Barry Jenkins combined classical music with hip-hop production techniques to create the music for the acclaimed film.
DC Comics' "the Ray" is back on comics shelves today. His distinctive, jacket-over-tights costume design was all the rage among the superhero set in the '90s. Are those bad old days back?
Usually, Off-Ramp's Song of the Week features a local act, or a national act playing a cool local gig. But this time, we want to help a member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame blow out the 75 candles on his cake.
A moving, transcendent exhibit at an obscure gallery by an L.A. art power couple: the art of Maxine Kim and Jan Stussy sits on a mysterious median. Its figures cry in the language of humanity, but its embodiments are far from human.
Circus Vargas' 2017 show "Steam Cirque" opens this week in Del Mar. The show will travel to more than a dozen cities in Southern California between January and this summer, landing in Los Angeles in mid-May.
Just like Norman Lear's original cast of characters, the Cuban-American family at the center of the reboot doesn't shy away from difficult conversations.
One result of the dispute was that sales of Lewis’ graphic novel trilogy skyrocketed, shooting all the way up to the very top spot on Amazon’s best sellers list.
In the 1950s and '60s, payola scandals led to Congressional investigations. Though today's tactics are more nuanced than handing a DJ a briefcase full of money, pay for play is still alive and well.
A new multimedia exhibit at the J. Paul Getty Museum features artists that have reworked content from news organizations like CNN and Newsweek — for their own purposes.
Actress Octavia Spencer, who stars in the hit historical drama "Hidden Figures," is offering a free screening Friday night especially for those who might not be able to afford a trip to the movies.
WIlliam Goldberg worked on Ben Affleck's "Gone Baby Gone" and "Argo," and now the filmmaker's latest.
In the children's books, food is practically a supporting character. So why not welcome the poor Baudelaire orphans with a delightfully miserable repast while binge-watching the new show?
Los Angeles Times architecture critic Christopher Hawthorne discusses the Lucas Museum's many false starts and what its arrival in Los Angeles means for the city.
The leader of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra is the mastermind behind the two-week long "Lift Every Voice" festival.
“What you are listening to are simple and basic oscillators that create very rudimentary sound waves, like the oscillators in an alarm clock. We take this thing that sounds alien and awkward and try to make something beautiful out of it.”