The economic devastation of the pandemic is taking a profound toll on L.A.'s small theaters. Camaraderie, and action, are easing the pain.
Mac Davis wrote two classic Elvis hits, 'In the Ghetto' and 'A Little Less Conversation,' and was a pop and country music star in the '70s and early '80s.
The Los Angeles painter's riotous, poignant show at William Turner Gallery takes the historic figure of the Black Madonna and turns her into a celestial warrior.
How Toru Takemitsu's 1967 "November Steps" called for Japanese instruments to be played with a Western orchestra, and East met West like never before.
What's on TV Wednesday, Sept. 30: The series finale of 'The 100' on the CW; "Tyler Perry's Assisted Living" on BET; MLB playoffs; NBA finals
Disney is releasing a 1,073-piece Lego set inspired by the Child (better known as Baby Yoda) in tandem with the second season of "The Mandalorian."
Disneyland and Walt Disney World have been severely hobbled by the covid-19 pandemic.
Gabrielle Union and NBC have released a statement months after the former "America's Got Talent" judge filed a discrimination complaint against the network.
"Beverly Hills, 90210" alum Shannen Doherty reflects on her life and what's left of it in an Elle interview following her Stage 4 breast cancer relapse.
"The Big Bang Theory" alum Jim Parsons recently revealed on "The Tonight Show" that he and his husband fell ill with COVID-19 in March.