Zoom, once primarily used for business meetings, is increasingly utilized as a means to facilitate socializing. But it could also be a video game platform. Students of the USC Game School have been leading the way in creating games for the platform.
Our watch list for the weekend includes Kristin Chenoweth, Emanuel Ax, Sandra Tsing Loh and a rare peek inside the Disney archives.
To raise money for musicians who have lost jobs in the pandemic, the April 7 stream of "Full Pink Moon: Opera Povera in Quarantine" includes "The Lunar Opera" by Pauline Oliveros.
Sean Penn's nonprofit boosts coronavirus testing efforts in L.A.
Times fashion critic Adam Tschorn offers his thoughts on Episodes 3 and 4 of Amazon's fashion competition "Making the Cut."
With theaters closed, galleries shut and concerts canceled, the arts community is rallying to help its own. Here are places providing financial support.
The Times' Christina Schoellkopf describes saying goodbye to her grandfather in hospice care, under the restraints of social distancing.
A union statement is "disappointed" with how Powell's Books has been informing the public about staffing after laying off most of its employees.
SiriusXM has launched She's So Funny, a new comedy channel featuring star female comics Amy Schumer, Tiffany Haddish, Whoopi Goldberg, Ali Wong and others.
There's much more to Bill Withers' catalog than his immortal hits "Ain't No Sunshine" and "Lean on Me." Here, a deeper dive into his short but brilliant career.