RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Entertainment

A collection of news and information related to Entertainment published by this site and its partners.

Top Entertainment Articles

Displaying items 34-44
  • Volvo S60 T6 R-Design

    Volvo S60 T6 R-Design
    By Jim MacPherson Redesigned and improved for 2011, the Volvo S60 sedan returns this year with two new models added to the lineup, the base T5 and the high performance T6 R-Design. The T5, with its 250-horsepower turbocharged 2.5-liter five-cylinder...
  • Reality TV facing its own reality: a ratings slump

    Reality TV facing its own reality: a ratings slump
    Just a few years ago, underemployed TV writers were complaining that reality programming was taking over their industry. Now the scribes are having their revenge: Unscripted programming is mired in an unexpected slump. Onetime smashes such as...
  • Museum of the San Fernando Valley could herald 'cultural renaissance'

    Museum of the San Fernando Valley could herald 'cultural renaissance'
    The room is dim and ominous: Faded soldiers' uniforms and a frayed American flag flown over Iwo Jima in the mid-1940s hang on a wall above a binder listing nearly all the San Fernando Valley residents who died in World War II. Around the corner, it is...
  • 'Pride,' 'The Equalizer,' 'The Good Lie' and more

    Pride Sony, $30.99; Blu-ray, $34.99 Available on VOD A genuinely inspiring movie (in a year that could use one), this historical dramedy is about the intersection of two left-wing movements in the U.K. in the early 1980s: labor activists and gay...
  • Rhiannon Giddens discovers true calling with help from friends

     Rhiannon Giddens discovers true calling with help from friends
    What a difference a year makes. Toward the end of 2013, singer-fiddler Rhiannon Giddens and her band, the Carolina Chocolate Drops, were at a crossroads. One of the group's original members, Dom Flemons, had decided to pursue a solo career, leaving...
  • A beautiful L.A. kiss-off from the departing Laura Marling

     A beautiful L.A. kiss-off from the departing Laura Marling
    Laura Marling is much better known in London than in Highland Park, where until early December she'd been living for some of the last few years spent in Los Angeles. In England, the folk singer, 24, gets stopped a few times a day by fans who've...
  • 'Inherent Vice' goes for Los Angeles as state of mind rather than destination

    Ask any member of Paul Thomas Anderson's design team about scouting locations for "Inherent Vice" and you'll get a story almost as meandering as the film's plot. Theirs was a journey that spanned several months and meant sorting through hundreds of...
  • The arts become Earth-aware: Dawning age of what are known as eco-arts

    The arts become Earth-aware: Dawning age of what are known as eco-arts
    In his most recent book, "The Meaning of Human Existence," Harvard biologist E.O. Wilson challenges the humanities to stop being in effect so darn man-crazy. "Anthropocentricity" is the precise term for the cramped view that divorces humankind from...
  • Character actors take center stage on TV in 2014

    As we approach a new year, television is a tangle of trends: Networks began "unbundling" their streaming services from their television channels. New (and old) platforms broke ground with scripted series — "Transparent" put Amazon in the Emmy's race...
  • Curator Joanne Heyler sketches out Broad Museum's 2015 opening

     Curator Joanne Heyler sketches out Broad Museum's 2015 opening
    By late next year, the stretch of Grand Avenue between 2nd and 3rd streets in downtown L.A. will be a corridor of contemporary art. The $140-million Broad Museum, designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro and showcasing Eli and Edythe Broad's private art...
  • Echo Park's Club Bahia has a new dance partner: Live Nation

      Echo Park's Club Bahia has a new dance partner: Live Nation
    Brandon Lavoie always wondered about Club Bahia. The Latin music venue, on the southeastern end of Sunset Boulevard at the juncture of downtown and Chinatown, stood out for its neon-airbrushed murals of DJs and dancers. "Everyone knew of this place,"...