Arts & Entertainment
Before Max Uriarte left the Marine Corps, he began a popular web-comic called Terminal Lance. His new graphic novel has now risen to the top of bestseller lists.
Actress Geena Davis tells host Alex Cohen why a town with no theaters was the perfect place to launch her own film festival.
"Shelter," a CalArts play about child immigration, will go on the road after finishing a run locally.
The widely denounced law, known as "the bathroom bill," is having an impact on a state that has been friendly to Hollywood productions.
The prominent international Pace Gallery has opened its first West Coast outpost, and it's not in San Francisco or Los Angeles. And there's even more art to see in the Santa Clara Valley.
The filmmaker and her producer, Joy Gorman Wettels, insisted to financiers that their lead character had to be an actress of a certain age. And that's where Sarandon came in.
What do you get in Cracker Jack? A QR code, apparently. Cracker Jack fans aren't amused.
Prince donned the black-and-white blazer with leather sleeves while riding a motorcycle with co-star Apollonia Kotero in the 1984 movie "Purple Rain."
Oliver is a rising star in the film business, having attracted attention for her collaboration with fellow Stanford alumna Issa Rae on the web series, "The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl."
Whether you're drinking lemonade at the Citrus Fest or going pinkies-up at tea for Brit Week, this weekend's lineup of SoCal fun is sure to quench your spring-fever thirst.
The musician and composer takes a break from writing pop songs to create scores for fictional films based on historical events.
The film will be the first to be authorized by the late pop superstar's estate since her death in 2012 at age 48.
Two major donations to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art are contributing to a new building that will house the museum's permanent collection.
Vulture's senior editor Kyle Buchanan notes two Hollywood casting trends: studios placing top black actors in non-human roles and casting white actors to play Asian roles.
“Duchamp to Pop,” at the Norton Simon Museum, pays tribute to two landmark shows held in Pasadena in the 1960s. Artist Joe Goode was there — and he's still painting.
Raymond Lee stars in "Office Hour," a new play about an antisocial, potentially violent student — and the teacher who tries to get through to him.