After postponing from April, the 25th Festival of Books, Stories & Ideas will be held as a four-week virtual event starting Oct. 18 and span four weeks.
Christina Hammonds Reed was only 8 when L.A. erupted and slowly awakened to Black disadvantage. So does the narrator of her debut YA novel.
Co-founded with Black Lives Matter's Patrisse Cullors, COVID-shuttered gallery Crenshaw Dairy Mart pivots to digital with Instagram show on Black resistance.
NBCUniversal has been cutting staff at its traditional channels as it shifts focus to new streaming service Peacock.
HBO Max's "Selena + Chef" will see singer-actress Selena Gomez cook alongside several L.A. chefs, including Nancy Silverton, Nyesha Arrington and Roy Choi.
Miss Mercy joined Pamela Des Barres in Frank Zappa's all-girl rock band the GTOs (Girls Together Outrageously) before becoming a style icon of her own.
Los Angeles Opera postpones its fall slate for an entire year as the pandemic prompts the company to consider outdoor alternatives.
Mayor Eric Garcetti collaborates with Shepard Fairey to launch the L.A. Mask Print Project, in which artists share designs for downloadable posters.
A New York Times reporter who covers online culture is relocating to Los Angeles, and she needs your advice.
Quirky stand-up comedian and "Alone Together" star Esther Povitsky was on the verge of a breakthrough. Now she wonders if she'll ever get on stage again.