Village Bakery and Cafe in Atwater Village is preparing its scariest (well, cute-scary) lineup ever of confections and pastries for their now annual homage to All Hallows Eve: 13 Days of Halloween. Starting tomorrow, Oct. 19, the bakery will unveil a different Halloween-themed treat each day.
Props to our California delegates who made drunken fools of themselves in Charlotte even before the Democratic National Convention started there today.
While Mitt Romney's prom had Clint Eastwood lecturing an empty chair in Tampa last week, the Golden State's own Dems were prepping for Obama's seco ... More >>
Be still, our twitching hearts. Walter White's signature ice cream flavor doesn't exist just yet. But the good news is that the Ben & Jerry's execs in Vermont have a full two and a half weeks before the season five premiere to make this candy-speckled creation a reality. We can dream, can't we?
One of the fascinating Angelenos featured in L.A. Weekly's People 2012 issue. Check out our entire People 2012 issue here.
When RJ Mitte first moved to Los Angeles at 13, he never imagined he'd be an actor. "Sometimes I think about where I'd be right now if I weren't doing this," he says. "I'd be o ... More >>
If you've been watching The Killing -- you know, that impossibly dark and rain-sodden police procedural on AMC that airs before Mad Men -- you'll know that there has been a price to pay for following the show into its second season. We've had to put up with the WTF moment of the first season's absur ... More >>
Jessica Paré is having the best day ever.
After last night's season 5 premiere of Mad Men, the utter marvelousness of her character Megan Draper became the only thing anyone could talk about, mostly due to a hot, twisted floor sex scene with hubby Don, and a coquettish rendition of '60s hit "Zou B ... More >>
In homage to this Sunday's debut of Season 5 of Mad Men on AMC, Squid Ink presents this imaginary brainstorming session among the advertising staff of Sterling Cooper Draper Price.
Roger Sterling: OK everyone. We have an important new account: Teenee Beanee Luxor Licorice Jelly Beans. What've you g ... More >>
"When [Mad Men] first started, all of my friends, everyone who knows me, said, 'You've got to watch it. You'll love the costumes and the sets,'" says Josh Agle, the artist best known as Shag.
Agle, though, wasn't necessarily interested in checking out the mid-20th-century costumes and interiors tha ... More >>
To promote the new season of zombie thriller The Walking Dead, which returns (minus executive producer Frank Darabont) for season 2, AMC shills are currently on the Third Street Promenade (near Arizona in front of the Coffee Bean) giving away free red velvet cupcakes. Sweet schwag! That's the ... More >>
Nicole CamposJon Bernthal, Sarah Wayne Callies and Andrew Lincoln
At last year's San Diego Comic-Con, The Walking Dead hadn't yet debuted on AMC. Of huge interest to comics fans and zombie aficionados, filmmaker (and now showrunner) Frank Darabont's epic based on Robert Kirkman's acclaimed Im ... More >>
Shannon CottrellDoc Hammer and Jackson Publick with amazing Venture Bros. cosplayers at SDCC 2010San Diego Comic-Con just posted it's panel schedule for Friday, July 22. For fans of Adult Swim's cult favorite series, The Venture Bros., you'll want to mark this down (and prepare to get in line ... More >>
Ostensibly the purpose of the Paley Center for Media's annual springtime festival of the best in television is to celebrate what is on right now, the series that have captured the zeitgeist of our pop culture. In the case of AMC's The Walking Dead, the show's most insatiable fans might actually spli ... More >>
With Emmy-winning powerhouses Mad Men and Breaking Bad, AMC is at the forefront of cable TV drama. What fans and geeks have hoped for, this year's Comic-Con audience can attest to, and the rest of the world is about to find out is that the network is poised to break all-new ground in October ... More >>