YouTube and Tribeca Enterprises will launch the 10-day digital event We Are One: A Global Film Festival to benefit the World Health Organization and those affected by coronavirus.
The author of "Sweetbitter" juggles child care and promoting her new L.A. area memoir, "Stray," reads poetry and takes solace in "The Office."
An anonymous donor is funding design competition prizes for global firms' alternatives to Peter Zumthor's plan for Los Angeles County Museum of Art
For her new Netflix series "Never Have I Ever," Mindy Kaling picked Canadian teen Maitreyi Ramakrishnan from an open call of 15,000 hopefuls.
At a time when many Hollywood productions have been shelved and workers are losing their jobs, Spotify is continuing to see rapid growth in its podcast business.
Actress and former pinup Carmen Electra recalls her romance with Dennis Rodman in ESPN's "The Last Dance," about Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls.
What's on TV Monday, April 27: Season finale of 'Breeders' on FX; coronavirus; Axios returns; Movies on TV; TV Talk Shows; 'Dispatches From Elsewhere' season finale
Los Angeles history — in particular its Mexican and Chicano culture and folklore — is at the heart of Showtime's "Penny Dreadful: City of Angels."
Brad Pitt played Dr. Anthony Fauci in 'Saturday Night Live' episode with musical guest Miley Cyrus and cameos from Adam Sandler and Paul Rudd.
Los Angeles studio Tender Claws brings live theater to virtual reality with actors at home during coronavirus. It's a new form of theater.