Arts & Entertainment
For his sophomore album, "Witness," the guitarist and singer examines black lives and doing more than just watching from the sidelines.
Mattel is introducing 15 new looks for the male doll, including different skin tones, body shapes and hair styles. It is part of the toy company's plan to make its dolls more diverse.
Brian Knappenberger was making a documentary about the Hulk Hogan-Gawker case, but it became a story about the free speech, the media and money.
Carrie Fisher's autopsy report shows the actress had cocaine in her system when she fell ill on a plane last year, but investigators could not determine what impact the cocaine and other drugs in her system had on her death.
Avildsen directed "Rocky" and "The Karate Kid," both underdog favorites that went on to become huge Hollywood franchises. He died in L.A. on Friday.
In a study of people from a variety of professions, dressmakers were found to have superior 3-D vision. Could their endless hours of delicate handwork be honing eyesight?
Fresh off her Best Director win at Cannes Film Festival, Sofia Coppola shares why she chose to direct a new version of "The Beguiled," this time through the women's perspective.
Lydia and Laura Rogers launched their career to much acclaim, but things took a sour turn. But they're back with a new album, "You Don't Own Me," and a fresh outlook.
An L.A. Superior Court Judge started a running club that includes recovering addicts and others who have appeared before his bench. Their story is told in a new documentary.
Drew Arriola-Sands started Trap Girl ready to defend her band; it turned out she didn't need to. Now, they're at the center of LA's exploding queer hardcore scene.
Opening the Electronic Entertainment Expo to the public meant one thing: lines. But for many, that's a small price to play future blockbuster video games early.
Real life wonder woman, Mukhtar Mai, comes to Los Angeles for the premiere of "Thumbprint," an opera based on her life as a women's rights activist in Pakistan.
"Clean Version" makes sanitized versions of a select number of Sony films available as an extra feature to customers who buy the original theatrical version on participating digital platforms.
"The Evanesced" was inspired by #SayHerName and LA's Grim Sleeper serial killer. Inky nudes appear to be sinking into the canvas. Or are they reemerging from it?
Take dad out around town this Father's Day weekend. We've got a bunch of events for families, even for the kids who are all grown up.
A former executive for the Bravo network, Cohen was instrumental in making “The Real Housewives” series a massive franchise.