Arts & Entertainment
The loveable character actor with the hangdog face was known to millions of TV viewers for playing Murray the cop on "The Odd Couple" and malt shop owner Al Delvecchio on "Happy Days."
Composer Charlie Clouser knows exactly how to set a creepy scene. Before he got into scoring for TV and film, Clouser played keyboard in the industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails. These days he’s best known for his work scoring all seven films in the Saw franchise, as well as the theme song for the FX series American Horror Story.
On Friday ESPN released a statement announcing it would be suspending the publication of Grantland "effective immediately," saying it wanted to "direct [its] time and energy" elsewhere.
The festival said that it was holding an "online harassment summit" after it was criticized for canceling two panels related to "GamerGate."
The university's athletic director is stepping down from the College Football Playoff selection committee after his doctors advised him to cut back on travel.
Whether you're dressing up or dressing down this weekend, we've got a list of local events to keep you busy. How about a murder mystery show followed by vegan food and Dia de los Muertos art? Here's everything you need to know.
Chris Albrecht, CEO of Starz shares his views on the state of the TV business and says riding the subways of NYC as a kid made him want to create content by and for a diverse audience.
HomeState's Briana Valdez brings the indie bands Spoon, Cold War Kids, ?uestlove and more into her kitchen to make signature breakfast tacos for LA foodies.
In a new production, The LA-based experimental opera company The Industry is taking opera out of the stuffy concert hall and onto the gritty streets of Los Angeles.
The Rain Room opens this Sunday at LACMA. See what it's like to walk through an indoor rainstorm in KPCC's video and photos.
The Cecil Hotel in downtown L.A. has been home to all sorts of mayhem and mystery, which helped inspire the current season of "American Horror Story."
Upright Citizens Brigade has beloved stage shows and improv schools in NY and Los Angeles, and now it's trying to compete in the crowded online comedy world.
A new show at the Getty Villa shows the Greece of 200 years ago — an ancient, empty, alien landscape of a long lost civilization, fallen into a ruin of broken columns and shattered pediments.
In the past week, a video for Drake's song "Hotline Bling" has inspired both memes and jokes. A new entry has its roots in a fictional Australian high school with a gung-ho drama teacher.
The co-creator of "Empire" says his new music-themed show is partly inspired by his early days in Hollywood. The show is set to start production in December.
The veteran producer talks about the challenge of multi-tasking, the difficulty of breaking into the industry as a woman, and 50 Cent's beef with the show.