Cobb died this week at 93. His U.S. Bank Tower, formerly the Library Tower, upgraded Los Angeles' previously dull downtown skyline.
With nearly 50 books to draw on, Mark Wahlberg and co. have no shortage of material for a 'Spenser Confidential' sequel. So will there be one?
The Walt Disney Archives reveals for the first time in Southern California artifacts from the company's films and theme parks at the Bowers Museum. Should Disney have its own museum?
"We're facing a collective crisis with the climate crisis that can only be solved with a collective response," Jane Fonda told a gathering during Visionary Women's celebration of International Women's Day.
As the countdown to the series finale of "Steven Universe Future" begins, here's a rundown of what has happened so far.
The letters keep coming on LACMA's forthcoming Peter Zumthor-designed building, Hulu's 'Hillary' doc and the investigation into Plácido Domingo's conduct with women.
The L.A. Phil begins the monthlong Power to the People! festival. What might seem politically divisive ultimately works hard to promote unity.
Geoff Sobelle creates visual poetry in this dream-like theatrical meditation on the places we once called home. It's in Santa Monica this weekend only.
Hong Kong Disneyland, the latest James Bond movie and BTS concert dates have all been affected in some way by the coronavirus. But wait — there's more.
Musician-magician Rob Zabrecky, illustrator MariNaomi, former Japanese internee John Tateishi, polyglot poet Cathy Park Hong, and more in L.A. book events.