Arts & Entertainment

How milk bottles and snow made Joe Goode's career

“Duchamp to Pop,” at the Norton Simon Museum, pays tribute to two landmark shows held in Pasadena in the 1960s. Artist Joe Goode was there — and he's still painting.

'Office Hour' explores the mindset of a school shooter

Raymond Lee stars in "Office Hour," a new play about an antisocial, potentially violent student — and the teacher who tries to get through to him.

On 'Frogtown,' an LA jazz guitarist tackles love, loss and new genres

Anthony Wilson is the song of beloved and influential Los Angeles bandleader Gerald Wilson, but he's also an accomplished guitarist in his own right. Now, he's taking up the vocal mic.

A better way to visit the Broad?

A new ticketing system aims to alleviate the frustration of visiting the popular downtown museum, which is often booked solid.

Marcia Clark on what OJ Simpson trial would be like today

Clark led the prosecution team in the trial of O.J. Simpson in 1994. Now a published crime novelist, she talks about what would change if the trial were held today.

Marvel's 'Doctor Strange' faces 'whitewashing' accusations

The upcoming Marvel Studios movie has faced controversy for casting "the Ancient One," a character who is Asian in the original comic, with white actress Tilda Swinton.

Lily Simonson's luminous Antarctica art

The artist knows that not everyone has a chance to visit the South Pole. With her luminous paintings, she hopes to tell the world about the life on land and under the sea in that far-off land.

Eddie Huang: 'The most satisfying thing is to be understood'

The writer, restaurateur and TV host opens up about his fallout with the ABC show, "Fresh Off The Boat," and why he decided to write about the domestic abuse in his childhood home.

Candace Parker disappointed, will not be on US hoops roster

USA Basketball declined to comment on the L.A. Sparks' Parker not being on the team, but is expected to announce the Olympic roster on Wednesday.

Prince's sister says musician had no known will

Tyka Nelson, Prince's only surviving full sibling, said in the court filing that immediate action was necessary to manage Prince's business interests.

'Game of Thrones' weapons master opens the show's deadly war chest

There's no shortage of swords, daggers and axes on "Game of Thrones." But no weapon is just a set piece. Tommy Dunne sees to that.

Breaking down Beyoncé's 'Lemonade'

Interspersing the work of British-Somali poet Warsan Shire with her own expletive-laden dialogue and lyrics, Beyoncé has taken a bold step forward in her artistic evolution.

Highland Park Bowl restored to its 1927 splendor

The Highland Park Bowl, which opened in 1927 and was for years known as Mr. T's Bowl, is back to its original state — with modern touches and cocktails.

Steve Julian, longtime voice of KPCC's Morning Edition, dies at 57

"He was a singular talent," said Julian's best friend for over three decades, Larry Mantle, host of KPCC's AirTalk. "He is completely irreplaceable."

Beyond music, Prince's legacy includes black activism

Prince accepted a standing ovation as he strolled out carrying a cane and rocking an Afro to present the 2015 Grammy for album of the year. Then he stole the show with a line that reminded everyone he was more than just a pop superstar; he was a black activist.

Publicist: Prince cremated, celebrated in private ceremony

The publicist's brief statement repeated that the cause of Prince's death was unknown, and said autopsy results wouldn't be received for at least four weeks.