Former President Obama joins the L.A. Times Community Book Club April 21 to discuss “A Promised Land” with filmmaker Ava DuVernay.
Is a tiny house really a glorified toolshed? Are the unhoused serving as guinea pigs for architect’s design experiments? Our columnist visits L.A.'s new wave of shelter solutions.
The L.A. Phil’s artistic leader has been appointed music director in Paris, where he will join one of the most celebrated opera companies in the world.
Executive producer Shonda Rhimes is shocked by fan reaction to Regé-Jean Page leaving “Bridgerton,” which Netflix just renewed for seasons 3 and 4.
The new documentary “Gunda,” directed by Victor Kossakovsky and executive produced by Joaquin Phoenix, follows the lives of farm animals in startling detail, including a charming pig named Gunda.
Cinerama Dome is L.A. Historic-Cultural Monument No. 659. City and preservation officials explain what that means for protection against demo or gutting.
Are you among the movie lovers in shock about ArcLight and Pacific theaters shutting down? We want to hear what they meant to you.
Center Theatre Group will reopen after 20 months of pandemic closure. The lineup includes ‘Dear Evan Hansen,’ ‘Hadestown,’ ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie.’
Frieze Los Angeles scraps plans for a July fair and instead focuses on next year, picking dates — and a new Beverly Hills location — for February.
What’s the role of artists in times of social upheaval? Chilean playwright and director Guillermo Calderón returns to REDCAT with a micro-documentary.
After a canceled season in 2020 — the first in 98 years — the Bowl will reopen with free shows for healthcare, grocery and other essential workers.
BIPOC and LGBTQ actors including Jeremy Pope and Guillermo Diaz will read the Larry Kramer play in an event organized by USC’s ONE Archives.
What will the first shows at the Music Center look like? Imagine family pods, outdoors, with masks. Lineup includes ABT, Paul Taylor and Alonzo King.
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Our rundown of shows to see includes the L.A. Phil, Maria Bamford in a benefit for the Downtown Women’s Center and dance co-created by men in prison.
“Bill Traylor: Chasing Ghosts” profiles an artist born into slavery who later in life created images with a persistent, ethereal relevance.
José Delbo, an 87-year-old comic artist, sold more than $1 million worth of Wonder Woman NFTs. Sales like his got the attention of DC Comics and Marvel. The debate over NFT winners and losers.
Palm Springs Art Museum reopens with desert heroine Agnes Pelton, who deserves a place alongside Georgia O’Keeffe among early American Modern artists.
Two new versions — a National Theatre film coming to PBS and a Public Theater podcast out now — bring new life to Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy.
Angélique Kidjo, Wayne Shorter, Esperanza Spalding and Frank Gehry power artistic partnerships shaping a new direction, the Santa Monica company says.
Five augmented reality artworks launched Tuesday push the conversation on representation and historical accuracy in monuments.
Preservation project, spearheaded by the Committee of 100, ties into a broader campaign to rehabilitate the Palisades in keeping with the 1935 California Pacific International Exposition
Wayne Thiebaud, Yoshitomo Nara, butterflies, Bugattis and the Disney archives: a quick scan of exhibitions at SoCal’s reopened museums.