The site-specific show at the Huntington's Chinese Garden weaves a story that merges Latino and Chinese elements; the U.S. Senate passes the long-awaited Music Modernization Act; the Los Angeles legacy of jazz musician Alice Coltrane.
Bekah Brunstetter's play is about a conservative Christian baker who is asked to make a cake for a lesbian wedding — and one of the women is an old friend; yes, the Emmys are tonight, but who might win next year's trophies?; looking back with punk pioneer Ana da Silva.
Hear what it takes to get an Emmy nomination from 13 people who have one (or more). Guests include: Brian Tyree Henry, Sarah Paulson, Bill Hader, Carrie Brownstein and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. Plus, the creators of "Glow" and "Black-ish." This Emmy special is co-hosted by The Frame's John Horn and LA Times TV critic Lorraine Ali who discuss the social and political relevance of television in this 2017-18 season.
Jim Stern shot his documentary during the 2016 presidential campaign, seeking insights into the support for Donald Trump; the advent of smart phones has changed the world of fashion photography; why is it suddenly more difficult for foreign artists to obtain visas to the U.S.?
The iconic Los Angeles artist is now 80 years ago and remains a vital and influential force; CBS' programming under Les Moonves was male-centric, but that's about to change; how has the FBI been depicted in film and television?