Displaying items 13-24 of 373 » View latimes.com items only< Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11-32 Next >
FrameworkThe Week in Pictures from around the world....
World NowJust in time for the Day of the Dead, the weird, ghoulish story of Mexican drug lord Heriberto Lazcano just got weirder and more ghoulish. After killing a man that they claim was Lazcano in a firefight —but then promptly losing possession of his...
Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - latimes.comIt was when he cast Bowser, the fire-breathing turtle from Nintendo's Super Mario Bros. games, that Rich Moore first grasped ......
24 FramesAfter a string of movies about narco gang wars and desperate migrants, the Los Angeles Film Festival is presenting a different side of Latin American cinema: Cuban zombies, Chilean family road trips, Buenos Aires Elvis impersonators and the flying bird...
24 FramesLee Unkrich discusses his upcoming Día de los Muertos movie, and the success of Pixar movies in Mexico....
24 FramesA 2015 Pixar film will center on Día de los Muertos -- the Mexican holiday honoring the dead -- the animation studio announced at the CinemaCon convention of theater owners in Las Vegas this week....
No to caskets, sanitary napkins and rolling papers. Yes to snowboards, skateboards and wine. After closely guarding their music and logos for decades, the surviving members of the Grateful Dead are significantly increasing their merchandising and...
Tags: Jerry Garcia, Mickey Hart, Fine Arts, Arts, Music Industry
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSix Flags Magic Mountain will add three new mazes, four new scare zones and two new shows for Fright Fest 2011. > Photos: Fright Fest 2011 at Six Flags Magic Mountain The Valencia amusement park will also offer some extreme Halloween treats, including...
In a Burbank shop in the 1970s, Travis Bean reinvented the electric guitar. To enhance string vibration, he suggested making the instrument's neck and headstock out of solid aluminum instead of wood. The resulting guitars, manufactured for only five...
Las Vegas has long been synonymous with world-class entertainment. Lavish theatrical productions and big-name resident headliners have been filling hotels for decades. Yet Sin City wasn’t always a top stop for touring bands — that is...
Pop & HissRoots rock aficionado Dave Alvin remembers Johnny Otis, the bandleader, songwriter, producer and disc jockey who died Jan. 17 at age 90. Johnny Otis "was as important as Sam Phillips or Leonard Chess in discovering new talent," Alvin writes....
Sep 14, 2012 | Los Angeles Times
Oct 17, 2012 | Los Angeles Times
Oct 27, 2012 | Los Angeles Times
Jun 15, 2012 | Los Angeles Times
May 22, 2012 | Los Angeles Times
Apr 25, 2012 | Los Angeles Times
Sep 8, 2011 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Jan 12, 2012 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Sep 19, 2011 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Jul 16, 2011 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Aug 30, 2011 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Jan 19, 2012 | Los Angeles Times