This Sunday, Captured Aural Phantasy Theater will present a show that brings banned comics to life in the style of an old radio show.
This week we talk to longtime LA Dodgers photographer, Jon Soo Hoo, who has been the official team photographer for the past 28 years.
A Pew Center survey found that a growing number of Jews identify as nonreligious. Regardless, the vast majority say they are proud to be Jewish.
The finale of "Breaking Bad" on Sunday night gave Walter White a great degree of closure and control over the unfolding of events.
USC athletic director Pat Haden announced Sunday that defensive coach Ed Orgeron would take over as interim coach, replacing ousted Trojan Lane Kiffin.
Social practices train us to see and experience race in certain ways, regardless of whether we are sighted or not, according to a professor from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law.
Dozens of museums are free Saturday in SoCal, including the California Science Center, the Grammy Museum and the Petersen Automotive Museum. See the full list here.
Cuban defectors now in the major leagues include Yasiel Puig, who signed a $42 million, seven-year contract with the L.A. Dodgers and had a sensational rookie season.
"Breaking Bad" fan or not, there's a slew of fun and cheap things happening around L.A. this weekend: glow-in-the-dark exhibitions, outdoor yoga and more.
LA Zoo Photo Day registration ends October 15. Admission price includes workshops from wildlife photography experts, loan equipment and a catered lunch.
A new app blocks references to 30 TV shows – including the AMC series "Breaking Bad" – as well as NFL and MLB games. It joins other methods to scrub Facebook and Twitter feeds.
The “The Paw Project" aims to teach audiences that the practice of declawing cats may not be as simple as some pet owners may think.
New Yorker writer Susan Orlean talks about why the horse_ebooks Twitter account was so popular and how she revealed who was actually behind the whole thing.
Should women in this country be allowed to go topless in public? It's a heated debate in which both sides argue that they're fighting against the objectification of women.
The win by the U.S. defender, down seven races just a week ago, caps one of the most spectacular comebacks in yachting history.