"Say Their Names: Silver Lake Memorial" circles Los Angeles' popular reservoir with the memory of unarmed black people killed by police.
"Watchmen," "On My Block," "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" and "America to Me" are among this week's TV recommendations from the L.A. Times.
A bag of dog excrement, several expletives and the acronym for Black Lives Matter were recently seen on President Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
As part of the "Dear Class of 2020" viritual graduation, Mariah Carey joined the 'Schitt's Creek' cast for a tender sing-along of her 1993 hit "Hero."
Here's a head-scratcher: President Trump's only liked tweet is a fan's reaction to Issa Rae's HBO show "Insecure." And Rae is as perplexed as anyone.
Walter Mosley, Luis Rodriguez, the coiner of #BlackLivesMatter and others sketch a hopeful future for L.A. and the U.S. after George Floyd protests.
The action by Comcast follows similar plans announced by major music labels last week.
Judd Apatow's 'The King of Staten Island' is a personally inspired tragicomedy about loss, aimlessness and the pain of growing up starring "SNL's" Pete Davidson.
In his new book, "The Compton Cowboys," Walter Thompson-Hernández explores the little-known history of black cowboys in Los Angeles County.
Virtual ceremonies on platforms such as YouTube offer Class of 2020 graduates a unique and sometimes entertaining experience.