Artist-run gallery Durden and Ray has organized a sprawling show installed all over L.A. County and seen from sidewalks and streets.
New website revisits the Museum of Contemporary Art's "Art in the Streets" show featuring Spike Jonze, Larry Clark and Geoff McFetridge, among others.
Uncertainty over the closure of movie theaters may force Warner Bros. and Christopher Nolan to move the release of its potential blockbuster "Tenet" by a month or more.
The new Lady Gaga single features Ariana Grande and precedes her upcoming album "Chromatica."
Governor Newsom plans to release guidelines for the restart of filming in Hollywood from next week has some happy to return to work and some scared
The 1975's new album, "Notes on a Conditional Form," is 80 minutes long, features Greta Thornburg and asks, given our current climate, "Can the center hold?"
What's on TV Friday, May 22: 'Friday Night In With the Morgans'; coronavirus; AKA Jane Roe; TV Talk Shows; Movies on TV
John Krasinski's popular YouTube series "Some Good News" has been acquired by ViacomCBS. Future episodes, with a new host, will premiere on CBS All Access.
Think of FOX's new reality show "Labor of Love" as "The Bachelorette" set to the rhythm of a ticking biological clock.
"Don't You Want Me," "Time After Time" and "We Are Family" are among the hits sung by Kristin Scott Thomas and Sharon Horgan in musical drama "Military Wives."