Arts & Entertainment
When a young girl with a black mother and white father wrote to a teen magazine in 1968 about not fitting in, the "Star Trek" actor responded at length about how Spock navigated two cultures.
The "Star Trek" actor died Friday in Los Angeles, and NPR TV Critic Eric Deggans says Nimoy's signature role taught fans the power of accepting their differences rather than fighting them.
Phil Lord and Chris Miller have parlayed their feature film success into an offbeat TV comedy for Fox, with the former SNL cast member as "The Last Man on Earth."
Famed actor Leonard Nimoy, who played Spock on the landmark TV series “Star Trek," died today at the age of 83.
When the Mount Rushmore of California Punk is built, there will be debates over who to include, but at least one name is for sure: Mike Watt.
Thicke, Pharrell Williams and the rapper T.I. have been sued by Marvin Gaye's children for allegedly violating the copyright of the late singer's "Got to Give It Up."
Nimoy's wife told the New York Times that the actor died at his home in Bel Air Friday morning from end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Feel like channeling your inner foodie or artsy side this weekend? We've got 7 fun things for you to do that feature several tasty and crafty events around LA.
The filmmaker talks about casting Jack O'Connell in the lead role, how the films of John Carpenter influenced him, and how he found a 9-year-old scene-stealing actor in a boxing gym.
Los Angeles has inspired many musicians to write songs about the city, but singer-songwriter Gabriel Kahane has gone above and beyond with his album, "The Ambassador."
A Power Rangers short film with big stars went viral this week, but the company behind the kids/toy icons issued takedown requests. Here's the story behind the flashy short.
An only-in-L.A. moment: Angelyne, the billboard queen, gives Off-Ramp host John Rabe a ride in her famous pink Corvette.
Hrishikesh Hirway of the podcast "Song Exploder" tracks how the theme music has changed to match the show's sinister developments.
UCLA's Ralph J. Bunche Center issues its annual Hollywood Diversity Report, which quantifies the lack of racial and gender diversity both behind and in front of the camera.
A quarky, er, quirky adaptation uses students, faculty and alumni to put a scientific spin on the Lewis Carroll story.
Disney Hall plays host to Lewis Carroll's adventure in a production that the director describes as "crazed."