A decade in the making, Tyra Banks' modeling utopia, ModelLand, 'will emulate a fantasy version of the modeling world.' The park opens in Santa Monica in May.
Better than Leonard Bernstein? You bet. Gustavo Dudamel and the L.A. Phil deliver a vibrant, rapturous start to an unlikely symphony cycle.
Fans will be able to relive 25 years of "The Oprah Winfrey Show" via a new podcast featuring interviews with Dr. Oz, Dr. Phil, Suze Orman and others.
"Saturday Night Live" star Pete Davidson says he has hit rock bottom "a few times," which has involved cutting his chest and scaring his friends with his behavior.
'What would be funny is if they lock up Weinstein in the same cell as Bill Cosby,' said Trevor Noah, who joined Seth Meyers in roasting the convicted rapist.
Unhappy with LACMA plans for a new building and its permanent collection, the Ahmanson Foundation ends the art gift program it started in 1972.
While not the powerhouse it used to be, Spanish-language media giant Univision continues to reach an important demographic: Latinos.
"I am truly sorry," Plácido Domingo says as the union representing opera performers prepares to release the findings of its investigation.
K-pop sensation BTS appeared on a special — thought not that special — episode of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" on Monday night.
What's on TV Tuesday, Feb. 25: 'For Life' and Democratic Primary Debate; Finding Your Roots