Arts & Entertainment
Axel Alonso talks about the importance of featuring characters of color and what it took to bring Ta-Nehisi Coates into the fold.
The weekend-long Arroyo Seco Music and Arts Festival could draw up to 90,000 people per day with musical acts performing on four stages.
The fake reality show about high-end Los Angeles real estate agents is a comedy version of all those house-hunting shows on networks like HGTV and Bravo.
Erik Bauersfeld's amphibious Rebel commander was far from the biggest role in the "Star Wars" movies, but three words transformed a bit part into a fan favorite: "It's a trap!"
“The Skinny” is a darkly funny Web series inspired by comedian/YouTube star Jessie Kahnweiler’s own struggle with bulimia.
In advance of the tour for "Dig in Deep," Bonnie Raitt reflects on her development as a musician, the influence of B.B. King, and her passion for social activism.
The Women In Film/The Black List Episodic Lab will take place in August, but they are on the lookout for participants right now.
Don Cheadle personifies jazz genius Miles Davis in his new film "Miles Ahead." Badass black men rarely show up as leads in mainstream movies.
The director's new film takes him back to when he was a college student in the 1980s, when he abandoned his sports career and picked up a camera.
Are Dodger Dogs going to be rationed? Did a Gmail extension prevent email from being received? On this day of pranks and hoaxes, we separate fact from fake news.
Runyon Canyon is closed for four months because LADWP needs to replace a pipe underneath the park. "L.A. Walks" columnist Charles Fleming shares hiking spot alternatives.
The young actress got a huge break with the HBO series — but everyone wants her to keep playing the same kind of character.
Davis' son, Erin, and nephew, Vince Wilburn Jr., open up about preserving the trumpeter's legacy and fielding years of movie pitches before teaming up with Don Cheadle.
There's a writing conference in town, and we've rounded up the best of the free events that come with it. You can also catch a scary movie, beer and tomato-y fun.
Colleges build new sports arenas regularly, but it's a lot less common to see video gaming arenas. UC Irvine is creating one as part of an e-sports program this fall.
The third installment of the regional visual arts showcase will focus on Latino art at venues throughout Southern California.