Arts & Entertainment
In 2011, a jury found Major League Baseball's all-time homerun leader guilty of giving evasive testimony to a grand jury investigating athletes' use of performance-enhancing drugs.
Music supervisor Morgan Rhodes and Oliver Wang from Soul-Sides.com bring us new music by Iman Omari, Miles Tackett, Vacationer and more.
Robert Townsend wrote, directed and starred in the movie, and its being celebrated as part of L.A. Magazine’s look at the '80s.
L.A. Galaxy team president Chris Klein joined KPCC's Steve Julian to talk about how the team is taking advantage of a wave of new attention on soccer in the U.S.
With Algeria's overtime loss against Germany Monday, the last of Africa's representatives in the World Cup head home.
Landon Beard, Harbor Party's lead singer, says yacht rock (The Doobies and Eagles, Steely Dan) may seem fluffy, but the tunes are complex and surprisingly difficult to play.
Klinsmann said Monday the French-speaking referee assigned to the Americans' second-round World Cup match will be able to communicate better with their Belgian opponents.
And a young doctor gives us an inside view of the trauma and drama that unfolds in the legendary trauma bay C-Booth at LA County Hospital. His film, Code Black, won best doc at the LA Film Festival.
Garth Ancier filed his lawsuit in a federal court in Honolulu two days after Michael Egan III voluntarily dismissed his case.
Famed soul singer Bobby Womack has died at the age of 70, according to a representative for Womack's label XL Recordings. Listen to some of his greatest recordings.
July 1 of this year marks the 10th anniversary of actor Marlon Brando’s death. Here are a few things to surprise you about this master thespian.
The comedy superstar has been headlining a series of sold-out shows at Radio City Music Hall. His routine was a reminder of a singular perspective on race that vanished when he went on hiatus.
According to a Reuters study, we care most about national and local news, the economy and politics. But a look at the most-visited pages on the web shows otherwise.
Perhaps you just opened up your mailbox to find an invite for your first gay wedding, wondering if there's a specific set of etiquette and rules to follow. Some tips.
Forget Mercury retrograde. We're surviving with free music from The Internet, World Cup screenings and a trip to the La Brea Tar Pits.
The Dodgers wanted to make a call-to-action movie that would also leave fans feeling warm and fuzzy. Dodgers spokesman Josh Tucker says the answer was simple: Puppies.