Arts & Entertainment
Masaya Nakamura, who died on Jan. 22, founded Namco in 1955. It started out as just two mechanical horse rides on a department store rooftop but went on to pioneer game arcades and amusement parks.
In speech after fiery speech at Sunday night's Screen Actors Guild Awards, winners struck a defiant tone against Trump's sweeping immigration ban.
Hurt had a half-century career highlighted with memorable performances, two Oscar nominations, a Golden Globe and four British BAFTA awards.
Iranian filmmaker Asghar Fahardi somehow manages to make artistic and challenging films in his repressive homeland.
At 14, Roxanne Shanté become a revered rapper in New York and beyond. Now, her life story has been made into a biopic written and directed by Michael Larnell.
Brian Knappenberger was making a documentary about the Hulk Hogan-Gawker case, but the result of the election gave him the opening to make a different film.
"Mannix" ran for eight years on CBS beginning in 1967. Viewers were intrigued by the tall, smartly dressed, well-spoken detective who could mix it up with the burliest of thugs and leap on the hood of a racing car to prevent an escape.
When the Wallis Youth Theater Company convened last fall, they couldn't stop talking about the election. Their new play puts the political climate onto the stage.
The Forest Lawn Museum's "David Bowie: Among the Mexican Masters" opens Friday, about a year after the singer died from cancer. It features photos taken around Mexico City by a Mexican rock photographer during Bowie's 1997 world tour.
In “Icarus," a cyclist who sets out to document his experiments with performance-enhancing drugs helps uncover a massive doping scandal inside Russia.
As Southern California emerges from under a chilly, winter spell, here are some ways for Angelenos to thaw out and catch some sun — from a craft beer festival to a free day of museums.
Saco River Auction Co. acquired the unusual piece of rock 'n' roll history from a storage unit where it was collecting dust. Auctioneer Troy Thibodeau says the buyer didn't want to be identified.
Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon just wanted their movie to go over well with Sundance audiences, but then Amazon made them an offer they couldn't refuse.
Legendary actress Mary Tyler Moore is remembered by director David O. Russell, who directed her in his 1996 film "Flirting with Disaster."
Moore gained fame in the 1960s as the frazzled wife Laura Petrie on "The Dick Van Dyke Show." In the 1970s, she created one of TV's first career-woman sitcom heroines in "The Mary Tyler Moore Show."
The actor had a rough two years after moving to L.A., but he's in three films that debuted at Sundance and he co-stars in the FX show, “Atlanta.”