The star-filled "Towering Disaster" parodies disaster flicks, Ali Stroker joins an ADA-themed festival and L.A. Opera revisits its "Ring."
As a child, Asha Grant didn't know where to find books about people who looked like her. Next year she'll open that place, the Salt Eaters, in Inglewood.
Comic-Con veterans from the L.A. Times recommend which virtual panels to watch during Thursday's SDCC 2020 @ Home.
Rosamund Pike stars as two-time Nobel laureate Marie Curie in director Marjane Satrapi's "Radioactive," based on Lauren Redniss' illustrated biography.
After days of weathering accusations of sexual misconduct and assault, the popular garage-rock indie label Burger Records announced it was shutting down.
In one of several long-running legal battles, the producers of the popular zombie show lost an important round in their fight with AMC over profits.
The lawsuits from the actor are the latest from high-profile figures looking to quash the unauthorized use of their likeness to market a whole swath of products.
Mayor Eric Garcetti collaborates with Shepard Fairey to launch the L.A. Mask Print Project, in which artists share designs for downloadable posters.
On the Chicks' new album "Gaslighter," Natalie Maines sings often and pointedly about a bitter break-up, presumably hers from ex-husband Adrian Pasdar.
Find a flick with our "excellent" guide to L.A.-area drive-in movies.