After Wendy Williams dissed Dionne Warwick, the singer reminded the TV host that there is no reason to speak Warwick's name — or even think about her.
Ahead of her film's Dec. 25 release, "Wonder Woman 1984" director Patty Jenkins hopes people see it in theaters, but she's stoked to reach fans at home too.
What's on TV tonight, Friday, Dec. 11: "MacGyver" on CBS; "Disney Channel Holiday House Party"; "The Christmas Caroler Challenge"
Think of Nick Santiago and Matthew Hwang, founders of the creative agency and streetwear brand Pizzaslime, as the internet whisperers.
Ellen DeGeneres, who weathered a rocky summer, has tested positive for COVID-19. 'I'll see you all again after the holidays,' she tweeted Thursday.
Four L.A. Times staffers discuss Selena's tragically unfinished crossover album, 'Dreaming of You,' her love of American R&B and where all the 'new Selenas' are
In the quest for better Black representation, orchestras and opera companies are improving diversity in superficial ways. Here's how they could do better.
Jhené Aiko will compete for three Grammy Awards in 2021, including the prestigious album of the year trophy for her "Chilombo" LP.
This was the year that streaming versions of "Hamilton," "What the Constitution Means to Me" and "Ma Rainey" proved stage stories can shine on-screen.
Lee Isaac Chung's moving immigrant drama "Minari" is a gentle, truthful and tender story of family.