The Academy Hall of Television Arts and Sciences will induct six new members to its Hall of Fame on Monday, for their innovation and achievements.
The art world is buzzing over a proposal by the massive LA County Museum of Art to take over downtown's much smaller Museum of Contemporary Art.
The veteran heavyweight tonight boxer begins his three-night show, "Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth," at the Pantages Theater, where he tells all and no topics are off limits.
The L.A. County Museum of Art on Wilshire Boulevard is moving to acquire and run the much smaller Museum of Contemporary Art in downtown L.A.
I can’t imagine how difficult is to perform the steps the Joffrey dancers execute so dramatically in "The Rite of Spring," or how hard it is to play the score. But even that must be easier than convincing LA’s cultural poo-bahs to give animation the place among the arts it deserves.
Cliburn achieved worldwide recognition when he won the first International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow at age 23. What's more, he did so in 1958, at the height of the Cold War.
It's a story just for you, lurking deep in this unique, strange and wonderful little painting. But you've only another month left to see it.
Our latest Instagram contest winner talks about the constant balance between living life and capturing it for posterity as he makes his home around the world.
David Dean Bottrell, best known for playing a creepy homosexual on Boston Legal, tells us about his entire working life in his lightly fictionalized one-man show, David Dean Bottrell is Working, from selling pot to being a famous black screenwriter.
What started out as a short film fulfilling a graduate school requirement has morphed into a stage performance that's touring Southern California.
It's a very simple idea. Stand in front of the wings painted on the security shutters at the Regent Theatre and have your photo taken, and voila, you're an angel in the city of Angels.
In the very back of Langer's, the pastrami-lovers paradise, you'll find three paintings. Off-Ramp producer Kevin Ferguson went to Langer's to find out their story.
"I'm very happy now. There's stuff in there I haven't seen for 50 years. When I started looking at it all together, I thought, 'Oh, I've got some pretty good stuff!'" - Llyn Foulkes
Tonight at the UCB Theater in Hollywood, a group of TV writers will perform an 8-bit musical version of a "King of Kong," based on the 2007 documentary film.
The documentary has two things things that make it strong: it's purposely limited in scope, and moves fast.