Activist Tina Knowles-Lawson, along with daughters Beyoncé and Solange, recently penned an open letter to Congress advocating for Black and brown voters.
Singer Justin Bieber has filed a $20-million defamation lawsuit against two Twitter accounts that accused him of sexual assault in 2014 and 2015.
CAA and New Enterprise Associates formed Connect Ventures, which aims to support early-stage businesses centered in commerce, content and media. It's the latest move by agencies to diversify beyond the talent representation business.
Through archival footage, husband Patton Oswalt and her own words, the late Michelle McNamara's legacy lives on in "I'll Be Gone in the Dark."
TV highlights for June 28-July 4 include "Hamilton," the BET Awards and two Fourth of July specials
Sylvia Moreno-Garcia's twist on the classic gothic horror tradition taps into elemental fears and evils that are ancient and also sadly timely.
NBC4's veteran weatherman Fritz Coleman marks his last day at the station on Friday. His 39-year career is a window into local TV news' bygone days.
Record label Die Jim Crow releases music by formerly or currently incarcerated musicians. It's raising money for COVID-19 protection in prisons.
Feedback: Reader comments on L.A. Times coverage of TV police shows, 'Gone With the Wind,' J.K. Rowling, plus Hollywood nepotism and Maude Apatow.
Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams duet in Netflix's 'Eurovision,' inspired by the annual singing competition.