Arts & Entertainment
The acclaimed indie filmmaker has a proven track record of personal films that debut at Sundance and then find an audience. "Little Men" is his latest.
The L.A. 2024 team is watching the Olympics — and also promoting its bid with voting members of the International Olympics Committee. Garcetti spoke with KPCC from Rio.
Filmmaker Joe Berlinger was forced to turn over outtakes to his 2009 documentary, "Crude," which worries him about screenwriter Mark Boal's current fight with the U.S. government.
Prospect Theatre in Hollywood is trying to attract younger audiences with a hipper experience, e.g., "Romeo and Juliet" becomes "Love Is a Battlefield."
Nine people were transported from the HARD Summer Music Festival, and three were pronounced dead at local hospitals.
The Comedy Industrial Complex is a-boomin' and Los Angeles is at the center of it. So why does this city need another comedy theater? Ask Miles Stroth.
If Rio goes well for the champion shooter and SoCal native, she could become the first person to medal in six consecutive Summer Olympics.
The 42-year-old daredevil made a perfect landing into a net 25,000 feet below, in Simi Valley, Calif., on Saturday.
Two months after downtown L.A. punk club The Smell received a demolition notice, Echo Park music and arts venue Pehrspace is closing — but not before a marathon performance.
After walking for 148 days across the U.S., Ben Davis arrived Saturday in Boston to finish the journey he began in February in Los Angeles.
At the US Open of Surfing, SoCal native Courtney Conlogue is on track to win her first women's world title this year.
The transit agency will be attracting in-game monsters to Gold Line stops Sunday — and you can catch them all.
On Saturday, Luke Aikins will step out of a plane at 25,000 feet — without a parachute. And he's doing it over the Southern California desert.
Video game "Abzû" wants to take you on an emotional journey into an underwater world. It's the first game to come from Santa Monica's Giant Squid Studios.
The late night host says he's retiring his "Colbert Report" persona because his former bosses at Viacom could sue him. But meet his "identical twin cousin."
The post-apocalyptic film stars Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood, but its small, intimate scope and two female leads made it difficult to find financial backing.