Arts & Entertainment

After a long hiatus for Fleet Foxes, Robin Pecknold revives the band with a new album

It's been six years since the band's last album, and the drummer left to launch a solo career as Father John Misty, but Pecknold says there was still new sounds to explore.

Neil deGrasse Tyson's top 3 StarTalk guests

A space lieutenant, a social media wunderkind, and the author of a Sherlockian novel - who just so happens to be the NBA's all-time leading scorer.

Tail O' the Pup hot dog stand trots into a new home

It won't be dishing out franks anymore. Still, you'll be able to visit the iconic hot dog stand, once a shining example of Southern California's novelty architecture boom, in a museum.

Advertisers are on high alert in the age of President Trump

The highly polarized political climate, combined with the ease with which consumers can launch a social media campaign against a brand, has advertisers on edge.

Hank Rosenfeld's Father's Day card to his late father

Meet Hank Rosenfeld's dad Norman, 5'7¾" and broken nose from playing football for the Wolverines in 1938. Slight scent of Williams 'Lectric Shave. A World War 2 vet whose dream was deferred.

Tracy K. Smith, new US Poet Laureate, calls poems her anchor

The Pulitzer Prize-winning poet says she plans to use her new role to meet people who don't read poetry... yet.

Why hasn't online dating made it onscreen?

The technology around us has made its way into all kinds of movies but there's one genre it hasn't been able to infiltrate — the romantic comedy.

South-by-south of the border: A music fest for new Latin American voices

A showcase in Guadalajara for talent from throughout the continent aims to build an independent music industry.

'Blackfish' director leaps to narrative film with 'Megan Leavey'

The director of the "Blackfish" documentary discusses why she chose to tell the true story of a U.S. Marine and her combat dog through a narrative film.

16th century painting heads to LA after 250 years in Britain

Painted around 1535, "The Virgin and Child with Saint Mary Magdalene and the Infant St John the Baptist" will be the Getty's first work by the painter Parmigianino.

Tuesday Reviewsday: Shakira and Lila Downs

Every week, we get a preview of the best new music. This week, Take Two contributor Justino Aguila brings in selections.

Review: Marisa Merz at the Hammer

“The Sky is a Great Space” fills the Hammer gallery from floor to ceiling. It draws you in and sneaks up on you. Look back over your shoulder: there is the unexpected, staring down at you.

This art group installs pick-your-own-fruit parks around Los Angeles

Fallen Fruit plants fruit trees around the city. Once mature, the trees produce hundreds of pounds of produce a year — all free to the public.

Art collector sells a Lichtenstein for $165 million to fund criminal justice reform

Agnes Gund sold Roy Lichtenstein's Masterpiece for an eye-popping sum to support a group fighting mass incarceration.

Golden State takes 2nd NBA title in 3 years

The Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5 of the NBA Finals, winning the title in the teams' third match-up in as many years.

50 years after 'Loving,' Hollywood still struggles with interracial romance

Hollywood's long history of not putting interracial romance on-screen goes all the way back to the Hays Code, which prohibited the depiction of "sex relationships between the white and black races."