Julian Casablancas on the Strokes' prophetically titled new album, 'The New Abnormal,' and the moment he knew that Bernie Sanders was doomed.
In "Set the Night on Fire: L.A. in the Sixties," Mike Davis and Jon Wiener track the uprisings, outrages and elections that shaped the city.
The author of "Nothing to See Here" enjoys BennY RevivaL, furniture-breaking wrestling moves and lots of books in his quarantine diary.
What's on TV Monday, April 13: Bob Hearts Abishola on CBS; Coronavirus; The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart
L.A. has always been key to Issa Rae's "Insecure." But now, with the city hunkered down amid the coronavirus outbreak, that love feels more vital than ever.
Italian singer Andrea Bocelli celebrated Easter Sunday by livestreaming on Youtube a solo performance from Milan's main cathedral, the Duomo di Milano.
'Saturday Night Live' returned in a not-live episode hosted by Tom Hanks with musical guest Chris Martin. Some of it worked, some didn't. Like always.
Actor Tzi Ma, one of Hollywood's favorite dads, is ready for his close-up in 'The Farewell,' Disney's 'Mulan' and the new drama 'Tigertail.'
Diane Rodriguez, ex-associate artistic director of Center Theatre Group, is remembered for her work with Luis Valdez and Culture Clash, among others.
In Season 3 of "Killing Eve," premiering Sunday on BBC America, the showdown between Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer starts to wear thin.