A pitch-dark comedy on the wages of violence from the Man Booker Prize-winning author of "Milkman"
Some experts fear that a fire last week at a lacquer manufacturing plant in Banning, Calif., could lead to a worldwide shortage in vinyl LPs.
In the most ambitious program of the L.A. Phil Weimar Republic festival, Esa-Pekka Salonen conducts staged performances of Hindemith's scandalous one-act opera of sex and violence, "Murder, Hope and Women," and the not much less scandalous but far better known Brecht/Weill "Seven Deadly Sins," featuring Nora Fischer.
If Frieze Los Angeles is the shark, the Felix art fair is a pilot fish. Our critic dives in and finds the waters pretty fun.
What's on TV Saturday, Feb. 15: 'Them that Follow' on Showtime; Sunday Talk Shows;
Will Lara Jean stay with Peter Kavinsky in 'To All the Boys 2'? John Ambrose makes that decision a tough call.
Lewis Rothenberg, president of the International Cinematographers Guild resigns
"South Park"-style geek theater comes to the Geffen Playhouse with the world premiere of Qui Nguyen's "Revenge Song: A Vampire Cowboys Creation."
Five book events in Los Angeles feature Luis Rodriguez, Jenny Offill, Gish Jen and more.
"The Good Place" star Jameela Jamil is fighting skeptics who accused her of lying about her health issues. And boyfriend James Blake is backing her up.