‘It could be a mixture of adrenaline, it could’ve been shock’ that kept Tiger Woods calm after crash, the first deputy on the scene tells ‘Today.’
Tiger Woods’ catastrophic crash in Los Angeles has cast a spotlight on the low-budget documentary series that featured golf’s biggest star.
A viral TikTok revealed to casual ‘Friends’ fans that Rachel had a ‘vocal tic.’ But diehard fans knew all about it and said ‘leave Jen Aniston alone.’
Rapper Megan Thee Stallion went full Queen Bee Regina George for a new Coach ad inspired by the 2004 cult-classic movie ‘Mean Girls.’
Golden Globes 2021
The 2021 awards season is underway, with the Golden Globes on Sunday. Here are our predictions. “Emily in Paris,” which became an enormous hit for Netflix despite middling reviews, received two Golden Globes noms — surprising some TV insiders who hadn’t considered the show a serious awards contender. Meanwhile, HBO’s acclaimed limited series “I May Destroy You” was shut out, along with other projects celebrated for their distinctive treatment of race and racism. HFPA, the organization behind the Globes with no Black members, is being called into question.
The organization said the perception that many members are not serious journalists is “outdated and unfair” and that it is committed to addressing the lack of Black members.
“The View” panelist Meghan McCain took aim at Dr. Anthony Fauci for “inconsistent messaging” during the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
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The San Diego medical examiner’s office has released more details about the cause of actress Cloris Leachman’s death at age 94 in late January.
I have never cared about being cool but there is one trendy group I would like to join — the people with ‘I got the shot!’ status.
‘Ellen Reid Soundwalk,’ the Pulitzer-winning composer’s music mapped to the trails of L.A.'s popular park, goes live on Thursday via a free app.
S.F. Opera bets on spring to launch drive-in performances, including a new ‘Barber of Seville.’ But San Franciscans will have to cross the Golden Gate to see them.
The COVID-19 crisis is defeating America’s greatest art museum.
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Farley will be reunited with his longtime mentor Darleen Callaghan, the school’s new associate dean, to run the Trudl Zipper Dance Institute.
Nearly a year after a thief took his bassoon, the San Bernardino Symphony music director gets his instrument back thanks to a good Samaritan.
Cameron Shaw previously served as CAAM’s deputy director and chief curator.
The postal envelope is the canvas in a creative exchange between high school students and professional artists that aims to break down barriers.
James Darrah has emerged as a key figure in the year of COVID-19, leading digital productions for companies in L.A., Boston and beyond.
The L.A. River plan acknowledges the problem of displacement, but its solutions won’t go far enough, fast enough to ensure that it benefits the surrounding working-class communities.
A composer’s much-needed pandemic release, Judy Chicago in Desert X, ‘Immersive Van Gogh,’ the Met and John Waters in our weekly arts newsletter.
Streaming this weekend: Matthew Bourne’s “Romeo and Juliet,” a Skirball conversation with artist Ai Weiwei, and Hammer Museum and L.A. Opera programs.
The Desert X biennial in and around Palm Springs has released its artist lineup, led by Judy Chicago. She will stage her work near the Living Desert.