"How to Get Away with Murder" creator Pete Nowalk discusses Season 6, Viola Davis and the series' contributions to LGBTQ representation on TV.
Author James Patterson announced he is donating $500,000 to help indie bookstores across the country.
A star in China but not yet a household name in the U.S., Ma Yansong is poised to break through with the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art.
James Corden in "One Man, Two Guvnors," stories with Dolly, Cirque du Soleil, Nadia Sirota with Anthony Roth Costanzo, L.A. Chamber Orchestra and more.
"Apropos of Nothing" is a mixed bag of rich memories, harsh defenses and tone-deaf reveries.
Feedback: From coronavirus quarantine, readers express their longing for closed beaches and appreciation for stories about new dog-walking routines, Elton John's socially distant telethon, independent radio and more.
Fountains of Wayne's "Utopia Parkway" features what may be the late Adam Schlesinger's most lovable hero: An outer-borough striver with big plans.
Old-fashioned horse trading helped bring AT&T and Charter to resolve long-standing differences that blacked out Dodgers games in most parts of L.A.
Netflix's "Pandemic: How to Fight an Outbreak" debuted as the coronavirus outbreak started to grow. The makers speak out about their prescient docuseries.
The doo-wop documentary 'Streetlight Harmonies' covers the Ink Spots, Little Anthony and the Imperials and countless other stars of the 1950s and '60s.