As protests over the death of George Floyd continue, a documentary about the 1992 L.A. riots leads this week's Times TV picks.
"Watching that man die slow left a hole / He cried for his mama as the murder unfold," LL Cool J rapped on Instagram Sunday in honor of George Floyd.
If you were protesting on Saturday in DTLA and heard hardcore punk blasting from the streets, chances are it came from a Pico Rivera band called Vandalize.
With curbside pickup and even some in-store visits available, there's no reason to buy books at an online mega-store. Here's a list of locals instead.
Trevor Noah, Beyoncé, Jay-Z and Jane Fonda are among the latest celebrities to condemn George Floyd's killing as protests ripple across the country.
Two Emmy-nominated series — Schitt's Creek and 'The Good Place' — left the air this season, but their themes of kindness will not be forgotten.
Women lag behind men in television production jobs for a variety of reasons, but things are slowly changing
'Tiger King' made a lot of celebrities' lists for TV watching while stuck at home. Others caught up on oldies: 'Mad Men,' anyone? And some went for the laughs.
White people who want to be allies need to worry less about the George Floyd protests and more about the systemic racism that sparked them.
"Insecure" co-star Natasha Rothwell wrote the game-changing capsule episode of the HBO comedy, featuring Issa Rae and Jay Ellis.