Brian Wilson and Al Jardine, both Beach Boys founding members, had "nothing to do with the Trump benefit" that Mike Love played in Orange County.
The label behind 'The Harry Smith B-Sides,' the sequel to the famed 'Anthology of Folk Music,' chose to omit three songs with racist lyrics. Cue the debate.
The 25th Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, Stories & Ideas is underway. Due to the pandemic, this year's series of free events will be virtual. Register here and explore everything you need to know below.
Jacqueline Stewart, University of Chicago historian and first Black host of TCM's "Silent Sunday Nights," leads exhibitions, programming and education.
"This Close" co-creator and Gallaudet University alumna Shoshannah Stern reflects on Netflix's "Deaf U," which has drawn criticism in the deaf community.
Former "KTLA Morning News" anchor Michaela Pereira joins the revamped "Good Day L.A." on Monday after stints at CNN and HLN.
The cable news network is ready for a long night — and maybe a couple of extra days too — after the presidential election results start coming in on Nov. 3.
Among the bands that made their mark on Slash Records were X, the Germs, Los Lobos, the Blasters and the Violent Femmes.
What's on TV Monday, Oct. 19: "The Voice" on NBC; "Dancing With the Stars" on ABC; NFL football
This week's lineup in the virtual Times Festival of Books features conversations with Pulitzer Prize-winner Ayad Akhtar, former Gov. Jerry Brown and many others.