"Antebellum" directors Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz and star Janelle Monáe discuss creating a nontraditional slavery narrative.
"Jurassic World" lives on in "Camp Cretaceous," Netflix's animated teen adventure with a "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory"-style twist.
For the first time in 7 years, Taylor Swift performed at the Academy of Country Music Awards Wednesday with a stark rendition of "Betty."
In the best of times, the Emmys are a harmless, if somewhat absurd, entertainment. 2020 is not the best of times.
Chris Whipple's latest book, 'The Spymasters,' tells the story of America's CIA directors. He explains that a spy chief is only as good as her president.
Susan Burton, founder of local nonprofit A New Way of Life, explains why this year's Justice on Trial Film Festival is so relevant, especially now.
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COVID-19 prompts L.A.'s popular free Shakespeare festival in the park to conceive "Romeo and Juliet" as a distanced, livestreamed affair.
Selgascano designed a series of garden pods for Second Home, a coworking company in Hollywood, that have continued to function amid the threat of COVID-19.
L.A. Times readers appreciate Diana Rigg's 'Avengers' days and have thoughts on all the Trump books, the Kardashians TV exit and the Oscars' new inclusive best picture rules.