Arts & Entertainment
It's called the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center, or "ARTIC" for short.
In a statement released by NBC News on Sunday, his family said Gifford died suddenly at his Connecticut home of natural causes that morning.
Music icon Prince is worried about the future of the music business for artists, and his top priority can be summed up in one word: Freedom.
Tim Robbins stars as a secretary of state with a thing for prostitutes and alcohol. Between benders, he must deal with a crisis that could spark World War 3.
The second annual L.A. River Boat Race will offer an extra advanced course. Organizers hope to draw in more people to paddle down the historic waters.
Dr. Dre has announced that he is donating royalties from his new album "Compton" to help pay for a new performing arts center for young people in Compton.
Here are five great things you should do in Southern California this week.
It's not the never-released "Detox," but in advance of the "Straight Outta Compton" biopic, Dre's new album seems to have put him back on the map in a big way.
General manager Trent Baalke and coach Jim Tomsula met with Smith at team headquarters after he left jail to inform him he was no longer part of the team.
4000 fans are expected to attend the US Sumo Open at Cal State Long Beach this weekend.
The new musical about the U.S.'s founding fathers — set to a mostly hip hop score — that everyone's been talking about for months finally opens officially on Broadway Thursday night.
I am grateful they picked an accomplished, good-looking actor to portray me in "The End of the Tour. But I do wish they had picked me to play me. I liked me for that part.
They’re glamorous, they’re exhausted and they’re hoping to be invited to your kid’s next birthday party. They are the costumed princesses of L.A. and their ranks are increasing.
We hope you like avocados, SoCal. Because we're eating avocado-flavored everything this weekend. Also on the docket: Free music, '80s flicks and stinky tofu. Yum?
Editor-in-Chief Tracie Egan Morrissey says Broadly will offer everything from documentary-style videos to in-depth editorials and features.
New Yorker editor David Remnick was just starting school when the song was released, but it struck him then and it remains a touchstone for him to this day.