Arts & Entertainment
More than 150 costumes — from the likes of "Dallas Buyers Club" to Charlie Chaplin's "The Tramp" — are on display at the "Hollywood Costume" exhibit by the Academy of Motion Pictures.
The director stopped by The Frame studios this week to talk about his latest film, which is adapted from the novel by Chad Kultgen.
At the CityLab conference in Los Angeles this week, one panel examined how the Golden State will benefit from increased tax credits for in-state productions.
The media advocacy group GLAAD said Wednesday that 3.9 percent of the characters regularly seen on prime-time network series this season will be gay, lesbian or bisexual.
"We're giving those 33 million Hispanics in the U.S. ... a point where they can actually identify themselves," says Demian Bichir, a star of the cross-border crime drama.
Justino Aguila and Steve Hochman join Alex Cohen in studio to talk about the latest in new music on this week's Tuesday Reviewsday.
Jess, Duncan, and their circle feel like an all-embracing family you never got to meet — and you can’t stop wishing you’d been a part of it.
As prognosticators begin making their lists of who might vie for an Academy Award, one trend is apparent: there's not much diversity.
Surfing. Street art. Hip hop. Topics not typically part of the news that comes from Africa, but that's the point of a new series of short films part of a project called My Africa Is.
Whether you're eating a personal pie by candlelight in one of the city's nicest restaurants or digging into a slice the size of your face in front of the TV, L.A. has a lot to offer in the way of pizza. Where are your favorite pizza places? Can L.A.'s pizza compete with New York's or Chicago's?
The producer's commitment to artists such as Clifton Chenier and Flaco Jimenez is chronicled in the documentary, "This Ain't No Mouse Music."
For this Sandwich Monday, NPR tries the Pizza Cake, which is a fancy way of saying "a bunch of pizzas stacked on top of each other."
Filmmaker Genevieve Bailey spent six years traveling the world to ask 11 year olds in 15 countries what they care about. The results are funny, surprising and heartwarming.
As the show launches its 26th season, we go inside the yellow halls and cluttered work stations of the people who bring Springfield to life, plus a look at Sunday's weird couch gag.
The movie premieres at the Catalina Film Festival on Saturday. It tackles racism by weaving together the real-life stories of four American college students.
As classic sitcom Gilligan's Island celebrates its 50th birthday, NPR TV critic Eric Deggans says it is a show loved by fans despite widely acknowledged mediocrity.