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Dr. Funkenstein talks about his new memoir and the various styles of music he's gone through over his long career.
The Caltech physicist talks about putting science in a Hollywood movie and the surprising pleasure of brainstorming with film artists.
Vulture.com's Margaret Lyons has some suggestions for what to watch after the mashed potatoes turn you into a couch potato.
Tears for Fears founders Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith talk with Tess Vigeland about their career, creating "Songs from the Big Chair" and what's next for them.
“Spring” became one of Manet’s most popular works, deeply appreciated by art lovers young and old and by critics of both the old guard and the avant garde.
The Olympic Committee recognized that American figure skaters Vivian and Ronald Joseph, who originally finished fourth, won the bronze at the 1964 Winter Games.
A deal between Pandora and a group of record labels has raised concerns that the company is favoring certain songs over others.
Morgan Rhodes and Oliver Wang join A Martinez to talk about their favorite recent releases, including music from Azealia Banks, Prhyme, Pace Cadets and more.
The indie film world's version of the Oscars reveals picks for the 30th annual Spirit Awards. Alejandro Iñárritu's "Birdman" leads the way with six nominations.
After a stray dog met a team of Swedish adventure athletes in Ecuador, he ran for miles through rough terrain and swam to keep up.
This year, we're thankful for some time off. If you're sticking around Los Angeles for the holidays, we've got you covered with cheap events through the weekend.
Holiday traditions in our digital age may include less appointment viewing, but you can have your own Thanksgiving celebration online with these Turkey Day videos.
The actor talks about how much he knew about the WWII codebreaker before taking the role, whether or not motion capture is "real" acting, and more.
Killer Mike talks about the Ferguson decision, how they'd originally refused to play in St. Louis and how he's explaining the outcome of the case to his kids.
Why is turkey the star of the show on Thanksgiving? Andrew F. Smith, author of "The Turkey: An American Story,” explores this question.
From Calvin and Hobbes to Fall Out Boy, two self-taught pastry pros specialize in hand-painted cookies of musicians and other cultural icons. Their creations seem almost too beautiful to eat. Almost.