Haunted-house film ‘His House’ and more of the best new horror to watch this Halloween.
Actress Scarlett Johansson and “Saturday Night Live” star Colin Jost got married and want fans to donate to Meals on Wheels to celebrate.
Khloé Kardashian is defending her sister Kim Kardashian, whose private-island birthday party amid the COVID-19 pandemic was dragged on Twitter.
What happened to Mandalore and the Mandalorians before the events of Disney+ series “The Mandalorian”? Here’s what we know from the animated “Star Wars” shows.
Keith Richards on his X-Pensive Winos reissue, a new Rolling Stones album and living in American during COVID.
Phoebe Tonkin, who’s also an environmental activist, just released pieces from Lesjour!, her L.A.-made loungewear line. Her collection is made from earth-friendly fabric that derives from wood pulp.
PR firms hired by HHS vetted the politics of hundreds of celebrities for an ad blitz aimed at portraying Trump’s response to the coronavirus outbreak in a positive light.
In the early days of the pandemic, L.A. Dance Project began developing a COVID-19 compliant season that evolved into a drive-in dance series.
When will be back to “normal”? Only when the biggest, most enraptured symphony, Mahler’s Eighth, can be performed in the concert hall.
Jimmy Fallon, local authors and devoted regulars are rallying to help Once Upon a Time in Montrose — the country’s oldest kids’ bookstore — survive the pandemic that has destroyed so many small businesses.
Some people turned to sourdough. Others became plant parents. My pandemic hobby of choice? Roller skating.
This week’s lineup in the virtual Festival of Books 2020 features conversations with Natalie Portman, Kevin Kwan, Marlon James and Maria Hinojosa.
For the first time since COVID shutdowns, and the first time since retirement, former Times critic Kenneth Turan sees a movie, Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet,” in a theater. Here’s what brought him back.
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The Baltimore Museum of Art reversed its decision to sell artworks from the permanent collection hours before two were to be auctioned at Sotheby’s.
Our weekly list of online concerts, streaming theater and virtual art exhibitions includes CAP UCLA and Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival showcases.
‘Los Angeles Haunted Hayride,’ drive-in movies, drive-thru scares, ‘Night of the Living Dead Live!’ and more.
A conceptual TV news show infiltrates the city, popping up as stealth art in coffeehouses across L.A. The subject: Black life, past and present.
A Black & Decker drill, “Kraptonite” chains, multiroll storage that flaunts your hoard. Artists share inspirations for the Echo Park show “Under/Over.”
Andrew Scott and Ian McKellen are among acting winners as Britain’s Laurence Olivier Awards celebrates the best of the London stage
Klein’s lamppost sculpture was moved without permission in 2017, now it’s back. Plus, museums at a crossroads in our weekly arts newsletter