Arts & Entertainment
The Manson murders were 46 years ago, but the man still has an impact on popular culture. Karina Longworth, creator of the podcast "You Must Remember This," shares his story.
New supergroup FFS brings two generations together, combining Scottish band Franz Ferdinand and Los Angeles band Sparks in a collaboration from 6,000 miles apart.
Director Crystal Moselle documents the brothers whose obsessive relationship with films connects them to the outside world in a story that's almost impossible to believe.
It's time for Tuesday Reviewsday, our weekly new music segment. A Martinez sits down with music journalist Steve Hochman to chat about what he's been listening to.
Producer/ director Rick Famuyiwa has crafted a visual love letter to Inglewood in his coming of age movie “Dope,” the indie hit from this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
If you want to see the latest movies made outside the studio system, you head to Sundance. The Los Angeles Film Festival remains one that's yet to be fully defined.
Broadway history was made Sunday night when "Fun Home" won best musical, making it the first time an all-female composing team has been awarded.
The music fest which was founded by famed rapper Jay Z and sponsored by Budweiser will instead move back to its birthplace and host a free concert in New York.
The Atlantic's Megan Garber explains why the comedy world has changed to more frequently take on issues like sexism, racism and unquestioned social conventions.
The Australian singer-songwriter James Keogh, better known as Vance Joy, is already becoming one of the biggest acts in the music industry — and he’s only released one album, “Dream Your Life Away,” which debuted less than a year ago.
The owners of the quirky downtown bar say they'll continue paying rent "until the state marshall shows up."
The film focuses on two parts of Wilson's life: His creative peak making the imaginative "Pet Sounds," and his days dealing with schizophrenia and a controlling therapist.
Some say Joan Scheckel is a master on par with famous acting coach Stanislavsky. Others say her teaching strategies hurt more than they help.
They called this showcase LA MUSE, "because we felt it was about how the city inspires so many people around the world to be part of the magic."
Happy National Donut Day! How about free donuts, free music and free film? Here's everything you need to know.
Actress Nichelle Nichols suffered a stroke Wednesday and was rushed to the hospital. The actress is reported to be awake and in good spirits.