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‘Lore’: From terrifying podcast to more terrifying TV show


Creator and co-executive producer Aaron Mahnke talks about how he turned his popular podcast series about dark historical tales into a television show.


Filmmaker Angela Robinson lassoes the other Wonder Woman movie


The director of "Professor Marston and the Wonder Women" opens up about the strange, fascinating life of the superhero's creator — and about sexism in Hollywood.

Miami-Dade Wins 2012 Broad Prize for Urban Education

Billionaire LA philanthropist Eli Broad retires from foundation


Broad's foundation will continue to support his interests, including stem cell research at California universities and charter-school advocacy and grants.

Amazon Studios chief on leave after producer details alleged harassment

The decision came hours after The Hollywood Reporter published a producer's detailed claims of harassment by Price.

6 things to do this weekend in SoCal

Fall is in full swing. Our list of weekend events includes an L.A. version of Burning Man, an oyster festival and more pumpkins!

Getty director tapped to lead National Trust board

Timothy Whalen,director of the Getty Conservation Institute, has been elected to serve for three years as the Chair of the National Trust's Board of Trustees.

The Binge: catch up on Search Party, Chewing Gum and Ozark

The Binge is our monthly list of the best movies and television shows you should be streaming. Mark Jordan Legan is our guide, and here are his picks.

Musician Art Garfunkel opens up in new memoir

KPCC's Alex Cohen speaks with musician Art Garfunkel about his new memoir, "What Is It All But Luminous: Notes From An Underground Man."

E. Charlton Fortune — a great impressionist, rediscovered at PMCA

As one Monterey critic put it, E. Charlton Fortune "was focused, determined, highly trained, and, ultimately, one of America's great impressionists."

How Harvey Weinstein's 'open secret' was enabled for decades

A Weinstein Company executive who reportedly confronted the film executive about his behavior was labeled as the "sex police." Everyone who worked there had to sign confidentiality agreements.

'The Mayor': Brandon Micheal Hall says playing a rapping politician is his ideal role

The actor's background as a musician and activist made him the perfect fit for the title role in ABC's new comedy, "The Mayor."

USC rejects Harvey Weinstein's $5 million

The university's film school said "no, thanks" to the movie mogul's offer to fund an endowment for female filmmakers.

Paltrow, Jolie join flood of allegations against Weinstein

Three women accused Weinstein of raping them in a story published online by The New Yorker. A representative for the mogul vehemently denied the allegations in a statement to the magazine.

Gloria Allred has no problem with her daughter advising Harvey Weinstein

And she thinks Weinstein is the tip of the iceberg when it comes to sexual harassment in the entertainment industry.

Harvey Weinstein fired amid sexual harassment allegations

The week keeps getting worse for the movie mogul.

LA Press Club won't take back Harvey Weinstein's 'Truthteller' award

The organization won't rescind the award it gave to the movie mogul earlier this year, despite receiving hate mail.