Arts & Entertainment

Students from Japan wow LA churches with gospel music

Despite not speaking English or coming from a tradition that understands its spirituality, Japanese students come to LA every year to shock parishioners in black churches with their powerful gospel music.

Tuesday Reviewsday: Neneh Cherry, Romeo Santos, Ana Tijoux and more

It's Tuesday, which means that it's time for Tuesday Reviewsday, our weekly new music segment. This week we're joined by music critic Steve Hochman and Justino Aguila from Billboard Latin.

Sochi Winter Olympics: Women's hockey brings plenty of heat to the ice

The two teams will meet Wednesday in an early round game, but they have an intense rivalry that has often turned to heated clashes on the ice.

Sochi Winter Olympics: Slopestyle skier Devin Logan keeps it cool

Much of the attention on the Olympic slopestyle events has focused on snowboarders, but the downhill event is also done on skis.

Shirley Temple dies; child movie star became diplomat

The iconic child movie star's singing and dancing in movies charmed millions during the Great Depression, when she was the top box-office draw.

Update: Comedy Central's 'Dumb Starbucks' stunt shut down by city

Comedy Central show "Nathan for You" revealed itself to be behind the mysterious "Dumb Starbucks" storefront that appeared over the weekend.

Q&A: Can and Getty Images change sexist depictions of women in media?

Facebook's chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg, announced today a new partnership with Getty Images, one of the largest stock photo libraries in the world. Together, Sandberg's nonprofit and Getty have created a collection of stock images depicting diverse women in non-stereotypical scenarios.

Hollywood Jobs: Red Carpet Stylist

Judging the outfits of movie stars on the red carpet is like a spectator sport: lots of armchair judges will critique every last detail, and God help you if you're a star who finds out that someone else at the event has the exact same dress. That's where stylist David Zyla comes in.

Coming out has complicated player's prospects, NFL execs say

Michael Sam, a standout at the University of Missouri who announced he's gay, wasn't going to be a first- or second-round NFL draft pick, but he may have slipped even further, scouts and executives say.

Sochi Winter Olympics: Medals in women's super-combined, men's short track (spoilers)

Among Monday's highlights in Sochi: Maria Hoefl-Riesch's third career gold medal; American Julia Mancuso skis to a bronze; Team USA dominates Switzerland in women's hockey.

The Broad will now open in 2015; details of new plaza released

Complications in building the museum's exterior have led to construction delays. A new plaza described as a green oasis in downtown Los Angeles will open this fall.

With fearlessness and a 'code name,' Iraqi helped Navy SEALs

Interpreter "Johnny Walker"'s memoir details his experiences with the U.S. military on countless missions in his war-torn home country of Iraq and his family's long path to U.S. citizenship.

'Lego Movie' opens with big $69.1M box office

"The Lego Movie" clicked with moviegoers, assembling an exceptional $69.1 million debut at the weekend box office, according to studio estimates.

4-legged athletes compete with Olympic-sized heart

Sure, Sochi has competitors who perform feats of super-human strength and skill. But the agility contest at the Westminster Dog Show had nothing but cheerful contestants and good sports.

'Dumb Starbucks' coffee shop opens in Los Feliz

A store labeled as "Dumb Starbucks," using the Starbucks corporate logo and bearing an almost identical look to an actual Starbucks, opened up in Los Feliz on Friday. A Starbucks spokeswoman said the corporation is "looking into it."

US sweeps slopestyle snowboarding with women's gold

In a near flawless run, Jamie Anderson took the medal a day after teammate Sage Kotsenburg clinched the men's gold.