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Welcome To Los Angeles

Known as one the trend setting cities in the world for fashion, media, entertainment and lifestyle, Los Angeles is rich in history and cultural heritage. Often referred to as the arts and entertainment capital of the world, there are plenty of opportunities to catch a live show at one of the many studios, listen to live music in a local venue or catch a concert at the Hollywood Bowl or explore the downtown Los Angeles (DTLA) arts district. Famous its climate, LA has great beaches, mountains and national forests where outdoor recreation opportunities abound. The best way to explore LA is by exploring its vibrant amazing multicultural neighborhoods. The Tournament of Roses is one of the more famous events to occur in the Los Angeles area, with the massive Rose Parade, tailgating and the Rose Bowl football game. Of course, LA is famous for its celebrity culture, and you can spot many familiar faces from movies and TV in places like the Melrose Trading Post, Ventura Blvd or the Studio City Farmers Market or near the major studios in Burbank.

EXPLORE Los Angeles

From Coachella to E3, the world's largest conference/cosplay convention, to the worlds biggest Halloween party, Los Angeles is full of famous events all year long. Search for top events in Los Angeles

Districts of Los Angeles.

Downtown or DTLA - This is the central business district of the city, home to the Arts District, Fashion District, and the DDUX favorite - the pinata district. DTLA has had a revival in recent years with a lot of redevelopment, new loft apartments, bars and shopping, although the famous skid row still exists.

Eastside: A funkier area north of downtown and east of Hollywood that is rapidly gentrifying and the home DDUX in the Atwater Village neighborhood.

Harbor Area: Home of the largest sea port in the US and the launching point for trips to Catalina Island.

Hollywood: The iconic Hollywood district has the Walk of Fame, the Hollywood Bowl, famous theaters like the Egyptian and the TCL Chinese Theater. When people think of LA, Hollywood is often twhat they picture.

San Fernando Valley: The northern suburban portion of Los Angeles, contains Burbank and its many studios where popular movies and shows like the Ellen Show are filmed. Nearby North Hollywood is experiencing a revitalization.

South Central: Is famed for the Rodney King riots, however there are definitely things to see here like the Exposition Park.

Westside: The area between downtown LA and the ocean, contains things like the Santa Monica Pier, Venice Beach, Beverly Hills and Malibu, which includes DDUX favorite Zuma Beach.

Wilshire: Home of the historic architecture of the Miracle Mile District, the Farmer's Market and The Grove shopping areas, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Koreatown, CBS Television City, and another DDUX favorite, the La Brea Tar Pits.

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Weather Forecast for Los Angeles

Tonight

Partly cloudy, with a low around 54. East southeast wind 5 to 10 mph becoming northeast 10 to 15 mph after midnight. Winds could gust as high as 20 mph.

Monday

Sunny, with a high near 73. Breezy, with a northeast wind 15 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph.

Monday Night

Mostly clear, with a low around 48. North northwest wind 5 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.

Tuesday

Sunny, with a high near 75. North wind around 10 mph becoming south in the morning. Winds could gust as high as 15 mph.

Tuesday Night

Mostly clear, with a low around 52. Southwest wind 5 to 10 mph becoming northeast in the evening.

Wednesday

Sunny, with a high near 76.

Wednesday Night

Mostly clear, with a low around 52.

Thursday

Sunny, with a high near 74.

Thursday Night

Partly cloudy, with a low around 54.

Friday

Mostly sunny, with a high near 74.

Friday Night

Mostly cloudy, with a low around 55.

Saturday

Mostly sunny, with a high near 75.

Saturday Night

Mostly clear, with a low around 55.

Sunday

Sunny, with a high near 74.

DDUX Los Angeles Blog

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Los Angeles News and Events

What's on TV Monday: 'Generation Nation' on PBS; NFL football

What's on TV Monday, Oct. 26: "Generation Nation" on PBS; NFL football: The Chicago Bears visit the Rams on ESPN.

Review: Rock nostalgia (which rhymes with MAGA) at a drive-in Beach Boys concert

Following their appearance at a Trump fundraiser in Orange County, the Mike Love-led (and Brian Wilson-absent) Beach Boys run through their hits in Ventura.

Early in her career, critics dismissed Jessie Buckley. She's having the last laugh

With a slew of acclaimed film and TV roles, the shape-shifting Irish actress has more than proved her early critics wrong. And she's not done yet.

Commentary: The L.A. Phil quiet no more

With little presence the past six months, the L.A. Phil has stepped up its game with recordings and Dudamel virtual Hollywood Bowl concerts.

'Brian's Song,' 'Roots' and 'Purple Rain' screenwriter William Blinn dies at 83

William Blinn, creator of "Starsky and Hutch" and an award-winning screenwriter responsible for "Brian's Song," "Roots" and "Purple Rain," has died at 83.

Crime novelists dish on writing about cops in a moment of reckoning

Writers Rachel Howzell Hall, Attica Locke and Ivy Pochoda talked with Times reporter James Queally for a 2020 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books event.

Review: 'Lupin III: The First' is a fun 3DCG adventure where an anime icon beats up Nazis

Lupin III's first 3DCG feature is a fun, zippy adventure where the gentleman thief and his friends triumph over Nazis.

Author Roberto Lovato talks immigration and family secrets

Roberto Lovato discusses his life and work with Times writer Esmeralda Bermudez for the 2020 Festival of Books.

What's on TV Saturday; Sunday Talk shows: Adele hosts 'SNL'

What's on TV Saturday, Oct. 24, plus Sunday talk shows: Adele hosts NBC's "Saturday Night Live"; World Series game 4: the Dodgers versus the Tampa Bay Rays

Column: Sleepy Joe? In final debate, Biden navigated a minefield of Trump disruptions

Whatever his past reputation for verbal stumblings and gaffes, Biden is one of the few who can tangle with Trump and not be thrown off his game.

How a Chinese myth inspired Phillipa Soo's pop star in Netflix's 'Over the Moon'

Everything you need to know about Chang'e, Phillipa Soo's breakout character in the Netflix animated feature 'Over the Moon.'

Bad Bunny, with a bag of Flamin' Hot Cheetos, gets Boyle Heights trending on Twitter

Puerto Rican superstar Bad Bunny was spotted filming what appeared to be a commercial for a popular snack food in Boyle Heights.

5 things to know about Maria Bakalova, the 'Borat' star from that Giuliani scene

Meet Maria Bakalova, the breakout Bulgarian actress who plays Borat's daughter (and Rudy Giuliani's interviewer) in the new 'Borat' sequel.

'GLOW' star says Season 4 would've showed 'women of color taking their power back'

Shakira Barrera of 'GLOW' tells The Times why the Netflix show's 'disempowered' actresses of color went public with their call for better representation.

Grant Imahara's legacy lives on through foundation named after 'MythBusters' star

The Grant Imahara STEAM Foundation, named after the late "MythBusters" engineer, will support students involved in science, tech, engineering, art and math.

Review: Netflix's audacious chess drama, 'The Queen's Gambit,' is your perfect weekend binge

"The Queen's Gambit," about a female chess prodigy (Anya Taylor-Joy), is exciting, entertaining and convincing especially when it comes to the game itself.

What's on TV This Week: 'Essential Heroes,' 'The Mandalorian,' 'Hip Hop Awards' and more

TV highlights for Oct. 25-31 include "Essential Heroes" on CBS, the "Hip Hop Awards" on BET and the return of "The Mandalorian" on Disney+

Congressional research arm to probe Latino employment trends in entertainment industry

Prompted by the House Oversight Committee and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, the Government Accountability Office agreed this week to study Latino hiring in entertainment.

Sacha Baron Cohen: 'It was pretty clear to us' what Rudy Giuliani did in new 'Borat'

"Borat" star Sacha Baron Cohen said on "Good Morning America" that he was concerned for actress Maria Bakalova during her scene with Rudy Giuliani.

What's playing at the drive-in: 'Borat Subsequent Moviefilm' and more

Find a flick with our guide to new and classic movies playing outdoors at L.A.-area drive-ins, pop-ups and rooftops.

Olaf is back. And the 'Frozen' short 'Once Upon a Snowman' explains why he loves summer

'Frozen' breakout star Olaf is the subject of the short film 'Once Upon a Snowman.' Filmmakers discuss the snowy sidekick's back story.

Movies on TV this week: 'The Nightmare Before Christmas'

Movies on TV this week: Oct. 25 "The Nightmare Before Christmas" on Freeform; "Halloween: on AMC, BBC America, IFC

Kimmel and Colbert agree: Trump is not 'the least racist person in this room'

"Only Donald Trump can look at a half-Black, half-Native American moderator and say, 'I'm the least racist person in this room,'" Jimmy Kimmel said.

'Made in L.A.' biennial art has been on view for weeks. You just didn't know it

Outdoor art that's part of the Hammer and the Huntington's "Made in L.A. 2020" quietly pops up in public spots around the city. Here's where to look.

Remaking 'The Witches' for 2020: How the HBO Max film updates Roald Dahl's classic story

Robert Zemeckis' new take on 'The Witches' spotlights Octavia Spencer, Anne Hathaway and some contemporary twists.

Commentary: Disney's theme park workers are the true superheroes amid layoffs and COVID-19

The romance of Main Street and silliness of Cars Land could not exist without the cast that brings those art-directed theme park universes to life. Now they face layoffs.

Pandemic entertainment is designed for social bubbles. But what if you're alone in your bubble?

Most COVID-19-era entertainment is geared toward social and family bubbles. If you thought going it alone was odd before, well....

Commentary: Why my private, eerie 'Tenet' experience in Montana gives me hope for movie theaters

For the first time since COVID shutdowns, and the first time since retirement, former Times critic Kenneth Turan sees a movie, Christopher Nolan's "Tenet," in a theater. Here's what brought him back.

Review: The final Trump-Biden debate was an exercise in exasperation

NBC's Kristen Welker brought control to the moderator's chair for the final presidential debate, a calmer matchup still full of lies and attacks.

Watch Ariana Grande occupy the White House in video for new single, 'Positions'

The 27-year-old pop star's latest single is the first from her forthcoming album, due Oct. 30.

COVID-19 cost an estimated 284,000 creative jobs in California, report says

The Otis report underscored the devastating impact the health crisis has had on key drivers of Southern California's entertainment economy.

Dia de los Muertos and the Spider Pavilion: 7 IRL things to do this weekend

Hit a Day of the Dead celebration in L.A.'s Grand Park, drive-in music and comedy at the Rose Bowl or a kiddie delight at the Natural History Museum.

What's on TV Friday: 'American Masters'; World Series on Fox

What's on TV Friday, Oct. 23: "American Masters: Michael Tilson Thomas" on PBS; World Series game 3: The Tampa Bay Rays versus the Dodgers on Fox

Quibi was supposed to be a haven for creatives. Then it shut down

Quibi's decision to shut down the company is forcing more than 200 employees out of work.

Review: Bruce Springsteen finds renewed life, amid death, with the E Street Band on 'Letter to You'

After a memoir and Broadway solo show, Bruce Springsteen gathered the E Street Band at his New Jersey studio for five days of shoulder-to-shoulder rock 'n' roll.

Review: Justin Simien is back with 'Bad Hair,' a horror comedy that cuts

Justin Simien's horror comedy "Bad Hair," starring Vanessa Williams and newcomer Elle Lorraine, adds layers to its race-based workplace discrimination tale.

Amid Giuliani controversy, Borat is hosting a live watch party. What could go wrong?

"Please you will meet me on the internet!" reads the invite for Sacha Baron Cohen's live watch party tonight for his new "Borat" sequel.

Review: Wayne Wang and Chang-Rae Lee collaborate on touching 'Coming Home Again'

Director Wayne Wang and writer Chang-rae Lee adapt Lee's New Yorker essay with the deeply moving drama "Coming Home Again."

'Outnumbered' co-host Melissa Francis is off the air and her status at Fox News is in doubt

"Outnumbered" co-host Melissa Francis, who recently filed a pay discrimination complaint against Fox News, is off the air and her status is in doubt.

Festival of Books: Jerry Brown on the pandemic, Trump and 'politics on steroids'

Former Gov. Jerry Brown discusses a new biography on his California political life at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.

Michelle Obama's editor for bestselling 'Becoming' launches publishing firm

Molly Stern announced Thursday that she is starting Zando, an independent publishing company that will team up with influencers and brands to promote books.

Review: Anthony Mackie and Jamie Dornan get dark and tortured roles in 'Synchronic'

Anthony Mackie and Jamie Dornan star in the sci-fi-tinged drama 'Synchronic,' the fourth feature of filmmaking team Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead.

21 picks for weekend culture: Patti LuPone for song, Patton Oswalt for laughs

Our weekly list of online concerts, streaming theater productions, virtual art exhibitions and other cultural experiences for your viewing consideration.

Here's why Billy Porter and Lil Nas X are reading a beloved 'Sesame Street' book

Lil Nas X, Olivia Wilde, Billy Porter and Jonathan Van Ness are among celebs participating in the animated special "The Monster at the End of This Story."

There would be no Stonewall without Black queer activists. A new docuseries shows why

HBO Max's "Equal," narrated by Billy Porter and starring Samira Wiley and Keiynan Lonsdale, highlights Black LGBTQ political activism before Stonewall.

Your favorite TV lawyers are urging real ones to 'take action' in the election

Viola Davis, Christine Baranski, Dul Hill and Ral Esparza, who have all portrayed attorneys on TV shows, are part of a new election-related PSA.

Lindsey Buckingham saddles up for his own take on Nathan Apodaca's 'Dreams' TikTok

Former Fleetwood Mac member Lindsey Buckingham joined TikTok to re-create Nathan Apodaca's viral "Dreams" video, sipping juice and ... riding a horse?

Review: Poisoned on the job, 'Radium Girls' fight back

Based on real events, "Radium Girls" tells the story of women in the 1920s fighting back against a job that is killing them.

SAG-AFTRA and Actors Equity are fighting: What is this union beef about?

West Coast-based SAG-AFTRA and New York-based Actors Equity, the two unions representing actors and performers, are in an escalating jurisdictional feud.

President Trump posts unedited '60 Minutes' interview on Facebook

The White House conversation with Lesley Stahl is leaked unedited before Sunday's broadcast.

Review: HBO made an East Coast companion to 'Big Little Lies.' It's as tiresome as it sounds

In HBO's 'The Undoing,' starring Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant, David E. Kelly creates a kind of East Coast companion to 'Big Little Lies.'

Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers aren't buying Rudy Giuliani's 'Borat' excuses

"Why did you go into a bedroom ... to take off a mic?" TV host Stephen Colbert asked of Rudy Giuliani's compromising scene in the new "Borat" film.

Review: Documentary 'Bruce Springsteen's Letter to You' celebrates E Street 'blood brothers'

Coinciding with Bruce Springsteen's new album, 'Letter to You' celebrates the ties that bind the musician to his E Street Band.

Feedback: A white gatekeeper listens to Black playwrights

Readers appreciate our coverage of Black playwrights sharing stories of racism, but disagree with our critics on PBS's best shows and whether the Tonys should be staged.

After George Floyd's death, TV promised change. A new study calls out the lack of progress

The latest Hollywood Diversity Report finds women and people of color remain vastly underrepresented as executives despite recent pledges.

They lost their brothers to addiction. Now they're tackling deadly stigmas head on, with humor

Stephanie Wittels Wachs lost her brother, TV writer Harris Wittels, to an overdose; producer Jessica Cordova Kramer also lost a brother to addiction. Now they've paired up for a podcast, "Last Day," that tackles society's most deadly stigmas with humor and frankness.

Are art museums still racist? The COVID reset

Much more than simply increasing diversity, the task ahead will consist of rethinking the very ways in which museums are governed.

How one art museum has reckoned with race and its past

A 484-page examination by MoMA shines a light on the history of race in the museum's programming and also its internal politics

Review: 'The Conners' and 'black-ish' risked mixing comedy and COVID-19. The gamble pays off

ABC's flagship family sitcoms, "The Conners" and "black-ish," offer contrasting stories about the COVID-19 pandemic in their season premieres Wednesday.

'The Conners' is no stranger to crisis. But tackling COVID-19 is 'really melancholy'

Laurie Metcalf and Lecy Goranson discuss the Season 3 premiere of "The Conners," ABC's first comedy to go back into production during the COVID-19 pandemic.

What's on TV Thursday: 'Supernatural'; Presidential Debate

What's on TV Thursday, Oct. 22: The CW's "Supernatural"; presidential debate; NFL Football: New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles

How Linda Stark transforms kitschy hearts into visceral symbols of love and valor

In her first solo at David Kordansky, Stark focuses on hearts and their meanings as tokens of love but also as symbols of valor, such as the Purple Heart.

Rudy Giuliani is in the new 'Borat.' Here's what to know about his controversial scene

The story behind Rudy Giuliani's cringe-inducing scene in the "Borat" sequel, which he calls "a hit job." The film starts streaming on Amazon this week.

High-profile streamer Quibi is shutting down after subscriber struggles

The streaming service launched by Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman failed to gain traction following its launch in April.

Who is Kristen Welker? Meet the NBC News correspondent who will moderate the final presidential debate

When President Trump and Joe Biden meet in Nashville on Thursday, a familiar face from the White House press corps will be in charge.

Beyonc, Diddy, Rihanna call for end to Nigeria's police brutality and unrest

Beyonc, Diddy, Rihanna and Trevor Noah are showing support for Nigerian protesters who are demanding an end to weeks of police brutality.

Column: For director Joe Mantello, 'The Boys in the Band' is a 'scar' Trump's SCOTUS could reopen

With the Supreme Court signaling possible reversals on marriage equality, Joe Mantello's "The Boys in the Band" feels less like a period piece and more like an addition to the director's already impressive list of truth-telling plays.

Remember all that choking California wildfire smoke? She turned it into art

Kim Abeles has been making her Smog Collectors art for more than 30 years. Her latest series uses air pollution from the Bobcat wildfire as her material.

K-pop group Blackpink tells Jimmy Kimmel: 'We're very girly, but ... very savage too'

Jennie, Ros, Jisoo and Lisa of the K-pop sensation Blackpink talked with Jimmy Kimmel about Coachella, Jaden Smith and wearing disguises.

Why you won't see the Charlie Brown TV specials in the usual places this year

For the first time ever, the beloved Charlie Brown holiday specials will not air on network TV this year. Here's where you'll find them instead.

After Twitter came for Chris Pratt, his Marvel costars came to his rescue

Robert Downey Jr., Zoe Saldana and Mark Ruffalo are rallying behind Marvel colleague Chris Pratt after Twitter dubbed him the worst Hollywood Chris.

Review: Anne Hathaway is a hoot, but this remake of 'The Witches' is an awfully thin brew

Robert Zemeckis' new film of the Roald Dahl classic is no match for Nicolas Roeg's marvelous 1990 adaptation.

Review: Sacha Baron Cohen takes on Trump and coronavirus in clever, scattershot 'Borat' sequel

'Borat Subsequent Moviefilm' finds everyone's favorite vulgar Kazakh journalist returning to the U.S. for the first time in over a decade, and things get ... political.

Review: Not your average queer, meta-fictional spooky Victorian romp

Emily Danforth's novel "Plain Bad Heroines," about a movie being made of a book about a book, layers on the flourishes, but it's just plain fun.

Why Scriabin's satanic Ninth Sonata, 'Black Mass,' is a scary wonder of music

For your Halloween playlist: Scriabin's spooky "Black Mass" piano sonata is a dance of death that ultimately stands for life.

Bestsellers List Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020

Bestsellers List Sun., Oct. 25, 2020

Where Netflix's 'Rebecca' found its Manderley

If the Manderley featured in Netflix's "Rebecca" looks familiar, it's probably because you've seen it on screen before.

Hollywood has a talent pipeline problem. Brian Grazer and Ron Howard have an app for that

Impact Creative Systems, an offshoot from Imagine Entertainment, is launching a new app called the Creative Network, a LinkedIn-meets-Slack for screenwriters and studio heads.

What's on TV Wednesday: 'The Conners' on ABC; World Series

What's on TV Wednesday, Oct. 21: The season premiere of "The Conners" on ABC; World Series Game 2: The Tampa Bay Rays versus the Dodgers, on Fox

'Dungeons & Democracy': British comic Nish Kumar skewers U.S. voting system

"Hello America" host Nish Kumar plays "a pointless complex quest" to show how the American voting system is like a bad game of Dungeons & Dragons.

Barack Obama, Chloe x Halle and more stars team up for virtual voting bash

Barack Obama, Chloe x Halle, SZA, Yara Shahidi, Usher, Jennifer Hudson and other celebrities are joining forces tonight for Complex's "Pull Up & Vote Party."

Before 'GLOW' got canceled, its actresses of color felt 'disempowered' by their roles

"GLOW" stars Sunita Mani, Sydelle Noel, Britney Young, Shakira Barrera, Kia Stevens and Ellen Wong called on Netflix for better representation on the hit show.

Netflix's subscriber growth slows as streaming competition rises

Netflix subscriptions surged as the COVID-19 pandemic hit, but growth is slowing as businesses reopen and competition from streaming rivals rises.

We have no objections to Reese Witherspoon's 'Legally Blonde' reunion, your honor

Reese Witherspoon, Luke Wilson, Selma Blair, Jennifer Coolidge and other "Legally Blonde" stars are reuniting 19 years after the film hit theaters.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joins Twitch to boost voter engagement

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez invited her social media followers to play the popular mystery game Among Us on Twitch and boost participation in the election.

Do we need a COVID-19 video game? How about 51 games? I think we might

51 video games. Made in two weeks. All of them about life in 2020. Trust me, it's better when it's a game.

Tom Petty 70th birthday concert to feature Stevie Nicks, Foo Fighters, Post Malone, more

Beck, Chris Stapleton, Eddie Vedder, Stevie Nicks and many more will perform, virtually, on Friday to celebrate the late Tom Petty's 70th birthday.

Hollywood rallies behind Jeff Bridges after his cancer diagnosis

Steve Martin, George Takei, Barbra Streisand and others are sending love to fellow actor Jeff Bridges, who has been diagnosed with lymphoma.

Review: Yearn to travel? Illusionist Scott Silven transports you on 'The Journey'

The COVID-19 pandemic may have you hunkered down at home, but Scott Silven delivers a mesmerizing escape to Scotland in this immersive online theater piece.

The cast of 'Everybody Loves Raymond' reunites for charity

Ray Romano and series co-creator Phil Rosenthal among those to pay homage to late costar Peter Boyle

Malcolm X's full story will never be told. These biographies explain why

As a new biography comes out, a look back at the history of Malcolm X histories, from 'The Autobiography'" to Public Enemy to Manning Marable.

Cooking as live theater: Geffen bets on 'Bollywood Kitchen,' murder and magic

Geffen Playhouse sets dates and prices for Sri Rao's cooking show, an interactive murder-mystery and a sequel to Helder Guimares' magic hit, "The Present."

Review: A dying father and his young son journey to 'The Place of No Words'

Atmospheric indie moves between fantasy and reality as parents try to help their young son understand the father's looming death in 'The Place of No Words.'

What's on TV Tuesday: 'Tell Me a Story'; 2020 World Series

What's on TV Tuesday, Oct. 20: "Tell Me a Story" on The CW; the Dodgers face the Tampa Bay Rays in the 2020 World Series, on Fox

Barry Jenkins' 'Underground Railroad' teaser bowls over peers: 'I am not ready'

Director Barry Jenkins ("Moonlight") teased a preview of his new Amazon Prime Video series, "The Underground Railroad," based on Colson Whitehead's novel.

With COVID-19 stimulus stalled, L.A. clubs face doomsday scenario: 'We're in the deep end, drowning'

Most club owners say they will have to close their doors permanently in the coming months unless the Save Our Stages bill is passed.

Even 'Seinfeld' cast thinks Trump's awkward dance moves are worse than Elaine's

'Melania deserves an Emmy for acting like she's attracted to THIS,' 'Seinfeld' star Julia Louis-Dreyfus tweeted about Trump's dancing at a rally.

The New Yorker suspends Jeffrey Toobin after CNN analyst exposed himself on Zoom

Jeffrey Toobin, who is also CNN's chief legal analyst, has been suspended from the New Yorker after he showed his genitals during a Zoom work call.

Miley Cyrus' love of cover songs runs deep, from Britney Spears to the Cure

Miley Cyrus has been busy putting her stamp on songs by Britney Spears, the Cranberries, the Cure, Pearl Jam and other surprising cover renditions.

Open relationships are 'common' in Hollywood. This new show is helping TV catch up

AMC's "Soulmates" posits a future where you can discover the love of your life on an app. In the process, it unpacks the dynamics of open relationships.