'Inheritance' feeds off the class issues of 'Succession' and 'Parasite' and horror conceits of 'I Know What You Did Last Summer' and 'Shallow Grave.'
'Fair Warning,' Connelly's latest, sends ex-L.A. Times journalist Jack McEvoy into a nonprofit news-gathering organization. The author talks shutdown.
Singer Lana Del Rey hit back at critics who say her music glamorizes abuse, but she also called out female musicians Beyoncé, Camila Cabello and Nicki Minaj.
Pop star Carly Rae Jepsen released a surprise album, 'Dedicated: Side B,' on Thursday, featuring 12 new tracks from the 'Call Me Maybe' hitmaker.
Summer reading: Author Walter Thompson-Hernández joins Times readers June 24 to discuss the legacy of "The Compton Cowboys."
Travel to London virtually and catch Gillian Anderson's turn as Blanche DuBois in Tennessee Willliams' classic. Here's how to stream it, for free.
Like their peers across the U.S., booksellers in L.A. are adjusting to partially reopening their stores for curbside pickup amid the coronavirus.
Kumail Nanjiani discusses romantic action comedy "The Lovebirds," heading to Netflix after the coronavirus upended its theatrical release.
Casey Wasserman has been in talks to buy the Paradigm Talent Agency's music business, according to people familiar with the matter.
How bad is it for local bookstores, really? Will publishing change for good after the coronavirus pandemic?Like most others, the book industry is holding its breath and counting its meager blessings. As California bookstores reopen with curbside pickup, here's a closer look at the state of the industry.