Arts & Entertainment
The Canadian-born TV host, writer, composer and actor died of a heart attack, said Carleen Donovan, who is a publicist for Thicke's son, singer Robin Thicke.
The singer/songwriter talks about writing a song for the documentary, "Audrie & Daisy," which addresses the tragic effect of teen sexual assault and cyberbullying.
The news broke this week: Her controversial tenure as honorary ambassador for the empowerment of women and girls will conclude on Friday.
The Sonic Youth co-founder reflects on her time in the band, her marriage to frontman Thurston Moore, and her new projects, including Body/Head and a solo career.
Some of the glitzier awards have been getting attention, but the more credible nominations begin this week when the Screen Actors Guild weighs in.
The actor talks about the power of poetry and film, and the prospect of the U.S.-Mexico relationship going through another transition.
"La La Land" earned nominations for its lead actors, Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling, as well best picture, comedy or musical. See the full list of nominees.
"Animated Woman Symposium on Gender Bias in Animation" aims to highlight the growing amount of female animators at CalArts. It's in its second year of existence.
The French-Canadian director talks about the reaction to "Arrival" following the contentious presidential election, and his life as a filmmaker.
The President-elect will retain his executive producer credit on the series, and the resulting income, but could this cause eventual conflicts for NBC?
Davis is a musician, he's black, and he spends much of his free time befriending members of the Ku Klux Klan. His story is told in a new documentary.
You'd drive right past the one-time home of the Emmys — you won't recognize it, as it's now a TV studio. But plans are underway to bring back some of its old look, including an iconic neon sign.
Every year, the Falcon Theater in Burbank hosts a curious holiday production. But it’s not the usual elves, pregnant virgins and big guys trying to squeeze down chimneys.
It’s traditional when SantaCon rolls around each year to talk with one of the Santa's on their pub crawl. So of course, we talk with an elf.
The rapper/actor talks about his upbringing in Chicago, his mission as an artist and how he got director Ava DuVernay to put his song, "Letter to the Free," in her film, “13th.”
Classical DJ Rich Capparela has been bringing his "subversive" brand to the afternoon drive on KUSC for ten years; he's cutting back to Friday's only to start his "new chapter."