The bands chosen for this year's Rose Parade came all over. Pasadena City College honor band travelled a few blocks. The Banda El Salvador travelled four days.
A number of servers crashed on Christmas Eve causing a Netflix "instant streaming" outage lasting more than 20 hours.
Gerry Anderson, the man who created the iconic TV series Thunderbirds in the 1960s, has died, the BBC reports.
James Comisar has collected some 10,000 items of TV memorabilia and is seeking a permanant home to display his heroic archival efforts. He would like a museum.
There’s one important element to The Nutcracker you won’t find onstage, but is key to the ballet's production: parents who donate hundreds of hours.
Florence was a city with a rule of law in which the humble could rise, and where, at least in this era, privilege did not dictate nor tyrants terrorize. Maybe the Renaissance began here just because it was the city with the biggest heart.
The new book "The Cat Behind the Hat," reveals many of Dr. Seuss's darker, and intensely personal paintings for the first time.
The 69-year-old is an author, publisher and educator. Chosen by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, she begins her term today. Listen to the poems she submitted for consideration & her chat with KPCC's Patt Morrison.
The chief curator of Pasadena's Norton Simon Museum explains the historical importance of Vincent van Gogh's "Self Portrait," now on loan from the National Gallery of Art.
Eddie Izzard joins the show to talk about his series at the Steve Allen Theater, plus he fills us in about his new show, "Force Majeure."
In the past few years, four or five of the top 10 highest-grossing movies have been animated films. For instance, this year, the Pixar Animation film "Brave" made more than half a billion in worldwide box office, all by itself.
Anime expert and film reviewer Charles Solomon speaks with A Martinez about some of the more popular series that you should be watching.
Art, beer, Frank & Sharon, and more.
In an Instagram era, Bradley's images of L.A.'s glamorously — if humorously — illuminated apartment blocks and buildings offer a bit of retro retrospection.
Since Oliver North and his fellow conspirators used code names -- North was Steel Hammer -- Peter became Commandante Baldie and I became Thunder Heart.
Art Laboe was recently inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame. After decades on the air, he still gives shout-outs on behalf of listeners. KPCC's Vanessa Romo reports.