Los Angeles Archbishop Jose Gomez is the highest-ranking Latino in the U.S. Catholic Church. Two years into his tenure as the head of the country's largest archdiocese, Gomez has written a book outlining his thoughts on immigration, including a call for a path to citizenshi
Alysia Abbott chronicles what it was like growing up in San Francisco during the height of the AIDS crisis in her new book, "Fairyland: A Memoir of My Father."
From CEOs to students, politicians to citizens, regardless of race, gender or age, fantasy sports puts everyone in the same same room, on equal footing, all for the sheer fun it. And maybe for the bragging rights.
No one figured out exactly why they were so funny. Pollock says they only tried to please one another, and calls their partnership a “fortuitous intersection of serendipity and happenstance.”
The celebrated author of comes out of retirement this weekend for a book signing and, as expected, speaks his mind.
Neil Gaiman packed Glendale's Alex Theatre for Live Talks L.A., talking about his new book, "The Ocean at the End of the Lane."
Shelley Bennett's spectacular new quadruple biography takes a look at the family that gave the Southland the Red Car lines and its most venerated museum.
Revelations that the federal government is collecting massive amounts of data about telephone calls and Internet traffic has some people nervous that George Orwell's vision of Big Brother constantly watching them has come true.
When it comes to sex, society teaches us that men are driven by lust, while women crave emotional connections. But in “What Do Women Want: Adventures in the Science of Female Desire,” Daniel Bergner re-examines those societal assumptions about female sexuality.
Jack Vance, nearly the last of a great generation of American sci-fi and fantasy writers, died May 26 in his Oakland home. He wrote so many books that their exact number seems uncertain.
Southern California has served as inspiration to songwriters for centuries, as evidenced in the new book called "Songs in the Key of LA."
In "Eleven Rings," former Lakers coach Phil Jackson talks about the love and spirituality that helped him win games, sweep series and score numerous championships.
The book "Liberace Extravaganza!" features hundreds of photos of the performer and his stunning outfits. Co-author and costume designer Connie Furr Soloman talks about his legacy.
NY Times food columnist Mark Bittman talks about his latest book, "VB6: Eat Vegan Before 6:00 to Lose Weight and Restore Your Health . . . for Good."
This is a surprisingly singular study of the U.S. Presidents who somehow didn't make it into the common history of our nation.
Google executives Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen discuss the benefits and challenges facing our "The New Digital Age."