This week's all-virtual lineup in the 2020 Festival of Books features chats with Kurt Andersen, Emily Bernard and a performance by the USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance.
Yan's debut novel overturns the tropes of the romance novel in this story about an immigrant's doomed pursuit of marriage and the American dream.
"I didn't think anyone would give me this opportunity," Cuoco says of HBO Max's "The Flight Attendant." "So I felt like I had to get the project made myself."
From "The Voice" to "Phantom of the Opera" to "My Corona," singer-songwriter Chris Mann has tried on many guises. His new one? Himself.
What's on TV Monday, Nov. 2: "L.A.'s Finest" on Fox; NFL Football: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers visit the New York Giants on ESPN.
Center Theatre Group enters the digital performance sphere with Kristina Wong's solo show, 'Kristina Wong for Public Office.'
Look at the polls; ignore the polls. Trump's stealing the election; he can't really do that. Science says the brains of liberals and conservatives are wired differently, which may be why liberals are on a hamster wheel of emotion.
Readers on whether museums can overcome systemic racism, whether musicians should keep politics out of music and a Halloween without Charlie Brown.
Angelenos are observing Día de Muertos during a global pandemic that has devastated Latino communities everywhere. Here is how the city is honoring its victims
Sean Connery, who died at 90, leaves behind a staggering body of work beyond James Bond, including "The Man Who Would Be King," "Murder on the Orient Express" and "The Untouchables."