TV highlights for March 1-7 include the new mystery drama "Dispatches From Elsewhere" on AMC, the Beatles-themed fantasy fable "Yesterday" on HBO, and a new "Saturday Night Live" hosted by Daniel Craig. Plus, election coverage on Super Tuesday.
Stills from "Simpsons" episodes shared online suggest that the animated comedy — known for its prophetic writing — has done it again with the coronavirus.
Openings in L.A. and beyond, including the Candlewood Arts Festival in Borrego Springs and drawings by Michelangelo at the Getty.
The greatest advertising blitz in political history is allowing Mike Bloomberg to do an end run around independent media, much as Trump did in 2016. But will the billionaire's campaign pass the Super Tuesday test?
Bad Bunny may be the ultimate 21st-century global superstar: a bilingual singer, rapper and style icon with progressive social views who releases songs whenever he wants.
James McBride's latest novel, "Deacon King Kong," spins slapstick and quasi-history into social surrealism.
The outbreak has wiped out box office, hobbled productions and affected industry conferences. Estimating the long term effects is proving impossible.
Elle Fanning and Justice Smith star in 'All the Bright Places' as two troubled young people who embark on a life-changing relationship.
Lady Gaga's new single "Stupid Love" is her first new music since "A Star Is Born" and a long-awaited return to the dance-pop that made her famous.
What's on TV Friday, Feb. 28: 'Shark Tank' on ABC; Washington Week; RuPaul's Drag Race and more.