Filmmaker Tayarisha Poe makes her debut with teen noir "Selah and the Spades," a tale of teen angst and control set in a Pennsylvania boarding school.
'Booksellers' documentary offers a lovely look at the enduring value of the printed word.
Hilma af Klint didn't invent abstract art, but her stature today reflects something more important
Read more about the characters of "Mrs. America" from The Times' archive: Phyllis Schlafly, Gloria Steinem, Shirley Chisholm, Betty Friedan and Bella Abzug.
Prince Harry, who with wife Meghan delivered coronavirus meals in WeHo, jokes that quarantine life with an 11-month-old son is challenging enough.
Paulette Jiles delighted with her convention-breaking western romance, 'News of the World.' Her follow-up, 'Simon the Fiddler,' is just old-fashioned.
In the new Peacock miniseries "Angelyne," Emmy Rossum ("Shameless") stars as the bombshell who became famous by putting her face on billboards across L.A.
An ode to 1970s Southern California soft rock: Who needs musical aggression when there's a relentless, invisible enemy lurking outside your window?
L.A. artist replaces the Statue of Liberty and Mr. Rushmore with migrant farmworkers, enslaved domestic workers and interned Japanese Americans.
The Huntington Library's acquisition of slavery and abolition papers provides a missing puzzle piece to one community's questions about its history.