Without the Golden Globes’ marketing push, Hollywood must deal with a new awards season landscape.
Condé Nast’s Teen Vogue has announced Versha Sharma as its new editor in chief after Alexi McCammond stepped down in March over problematic old tweets.
Months after his rehab stint, comedian John Mulaney is divorcing artist Anna Marie Tendler, his wife of nearly seven years.
The “Grey’s Anatomy” veteran says she’s not interested in reprising the role of Cristina Yang. But she still appreciates being asked about it.
On his new album, ‘Latest Record Project, Vol. 1,’ Van Morrison shocked fans by espousing an array of conspiracy theories. The seeds were always there.
What ticket buyer wants to spend unnecessary time in a crowded lobby or cramped restroom? Even more important: the broken spell of storytelling onstage.
The designer of Washington, D.C.'s Vietnam Veterans Memorial is shaping the way women learn at Smith College and with ‘Ghost Forest’ makes a climate change statement.
Congressman Ted Lieu introduced the 21st Century Federal Writers’ Project act on May 6. It all started with an article by David Kipen in the L.A. Times
Celebrities were out in force to urge vaccine equity at ‘Vax Live: The Concert to Reunite the World’ at SoFi Stadium on Sunday.
With the next chapter of the pandemic comes a fear of returning to the roles we all used to perform, even among friends.
Milestone pandemic reopening: From essential workers seeking escape to an 8-year-old playing hooky, a California-only crowd came to Disneyland Friday.
A year after graduating into a pandemic, my son was reluctant to attend his ‘make-up’ college graduation ceremony. In the end, it was amazing.
It’s where pros train for music videos, and where amateurs go for a creative outlet. The pandemic knocked them down, but dance studios aren’t giving up.
From the Emmys to the Oscars.
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Eli Broad envisioned Grand Avenue as DTLA’s Champs-Élysées. Instead it may be a memorial to an urbanism of big gestures that is passing into history.
Nonfungible tokens are a dressed-up species of bookkeeping. But what art needs is less auditing and more ecstasy.
Paul Pescador explores gender identity at Tyler Park Presents. Plus, live theater, stolen treasures and how our pandemic year shaped the work of Maya Lin
Pop-up art for Mental Health Awareness Month, a star-studded reading of “The Normal Heart,” John Cleese, Sofia Coppola and so much more.
Streaming through Center Theatre Group and Oregon Shakespeare Festival, “Black Feminist Video Game” explores our relationship with digital media.
Haven’t made Mother’s Day plans? Don’t have reservations? We have ideas.
Dan O’Brien, the playwright and poet behind “The Body of an American” and “The House in Scarsdale,” channels hurt and healing into new work.
The Hammer Museum launches Hammer Channel, a streaming archive of every artist talk, panel discussion and live performance since 2005.
Theater has returned to UCLA’s Royce Hall, pairing perfect strangers in a private encounter.