Julia Sweeney has written about her personal experiences and many more in her new book "If It's Not One Thing It's Your Mother."
"Noir City," the 15th Annual Festival of Film Noir, opens tonight at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood.
"Japan's Modern Divide" at the Getty Center introduces to us two major yet unfamiliar artists, and gives us glimpses and panoramas of unusual and unsuspected Japanese inner and outer landscapes.
Kilmer says Twain used his own voice, unlike the other public speakers of his time, who affected an unnatural cadence and tone.
Nearly 6 million Americans in their 40s go to at least one movie a month, up from 3.3 million just two years ago.
Back when bowling was an institution, Gordon Powers’ architectural firm crisscrossed the nation building Atomic Age shrines to bowling.
The Los Angeles Historic Theatre Foundation conducts tours of the Million Dollar Saturday at 9am and noon.
Making its US debut in Long Beach this Sunday, March 24th, is an opera called Camelia La Tejana. But the opera's story has roots in contemporary life.
Japanese architect Toyo Ito, whose buildings have been praised for their fluid beauty, has won the 2013 Pritzker Architecture Prize.
USC's been named by The Princeton Review as the best graduate school in North America for video game design.
Imagine this: In the not-too-distant future, space might not be the place for just scientists or astronauts. It could be home to everyday people and artists too. Drew Tewksbury from KCET's Artbound has the story.
The Academy Hall of Television Arts and Sciences will induct six new members to its Hall of Fame on Monday, for their innovation and achievements.
The art world is buzzing over a proposal by the massive LA County Museum of Art to take over downtown's much smaller Museum of Contemporary Art.
The veteran heavyweight tonight boxer begins his three-night show, "Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth," at the Pantages Theater, where he tells all and no topics are off limits.
The L.A. County Museum of Art on Wilshire Boulevard is moving to acquire and run the much smaller Museum of Contemporary Art in downtown L.A.
I can’t imagine how difficult is to perform the steps the Joffrey dancers execute so dramatically in "The Rite of Spring," or how hard it is to play the score. But even that must be easier than convincing LA’s cultural poo-bahs to give animation the place among the arts it deserves.