Wanda and Vision are living in a sitcom world in “WandaVision.” We dig into the Marvel comics that might help you make sense of the Disney+ show.
The notoriously private heiress has her moment in the spotlight in the streamer’s reality TV spin on “Crazy Rich Asians.” But she’s not in it for the fame.
Veteran TV star and producer Daniel Dae Kim has been cast alongside Tony Goldwyn in the second season of National Geographic’s “The Hot Zone.”
There are always bad drivers in L.A., but these days we can’t blame the tourists. After months of staying at home, we’re all driving like tourists.
The nation’s overlapping crises have sparked the notion that audiences want to be uplifted, more than anything else. I disagree.
The Fountain in East Hollywood gets city permission to turn its parking lot into an outdoor theater with distanced seating for up to 84 people.
Bestselling novelist Lisa See brings’The Island of Sea Women’ to the L.A. Times Book Club
World on Wheels co-owner Tommy Karas said battles with his landlord and now the COVID-19 closure doomed the roller rink beloved by Black L.A.
The SAG Awards announced its date in July. Now the Recording Academy has moved the Grammys from Jan. 21 to the same March date.
Broadcast legend Larry King, who is being treated for COVID-19, has been moved out of the intensive care unit at L.A.'s Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
DJs who customarily would have performed for packed dance floors on New Year’s Eve instead sat home, angry at peers and partygoers who violated safety protocols.
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What the acquisition of Williams’ archive could reveal about the little-studied architect. Plus, “Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical” and Kennedy Center Honors in our weekly arts newsletter.
The Mellon Foundation grants nearly $1 million to Lula Washington Dance Theatre, part of an effort to correct systemic inequality in arts funding.
Six buildings that tell the design story of Paul R. Williams, the first Black architect in the AIA. His work is little studied, but his archive, acquired by the Getty and USC, is about to change that.
L.A.'s California African American Museum holds a remembrance with music and a study group, and a Santa Monica concert centers on Black composers.
L.A. artist Janna Ireland eschews heroic image-making in favor of chronicling the quiet details that make Williams’ buildings special.
While he’s being impeached, President Trump gives the National Medal of Arts to Toby Keith and Ricky Skaggs. What is this award, and who typically gets it?
She’s making TV, teaching dance and now getting a lifetime of achievement award. But Debbie Allen says she has no plans to slow down. “There’s so much to do.”
Orange County Museum of Art hires Heidi Zuckerman, who oversaw the building of a museum in Colorado. She will lead OCMA as it constructs a new home here.
The 2013 multimedia stage version of George Orwell’s novel “1984,” which has been adapted many times, is being developed as a five-part limited series.