Hulu's "Baghdad Central," set in Iraq after the U.S invasion of 2003, depicts its Arab characters with uncommon complexity.
Culture in plague times: The Florentine Codex, an encyclopedia on Mesoamerican indigenous life, was created as Mexico was ravaged by smallpox
The documentary 'Kill Chain: The Cyber War on America's Elections,' directed by Simon Ardizzone, Russell Michaels and Sarah Teale, reveals that electronic voting is still woefully unsafe.
The veteran singer-songwriter believes he caught the virus while performing a benefit show in New York: "I feel very fortunate. It didn't knock me out that bad."
We polled more than 30 music critics, inside and outside The Times, on the best albums to listen to while you're stuck at home (and kind of freaking out).
Captive audiences sheltered at home drive up viewing levels to record levels.
Lyricist Lynn Ahrens and composer Stephen Flaherty, who collaborated with McNally on "Ragtime" and "Anastasia," pay tribute to the theater giant.
TV producer Cleveland O'Neal bought the brand out of MoviePass' bankruptcy proceedings.
Complaints about Netflix Inc.'s service are pouring in from the U.S. and Europe, a sign that soaring home viewing because of coronavirus lockdowns may be straining the streaming service.
Local terrestrial radio stations have seen engagement and ratings rise as L.A. residents seek information and comfort during the coronavirus pandemic.