The L.A. Weekly's 2013 Web Awards honor the best of what's online. Check out the complete list of winners. In the middle of Cinefamily's monthlong Kickstarter campaign last December, Robert Downey Jr. made the oddball movie theater an offer it couldn't refuse — and one that could have cost it ... More >>
*Check out our entire 2013 Couples Issue here June Diane Raphael and her husband, Paul Scheer, make fun of bad Hollywood movies. They're also in them, occasionally, but why should that stop the mockery? The couple's wildly popular podcast, How Did This Get Made, co-hosted with actor Jason Mantzouka ... More >>
The Late, Late Show With Craig Ferguson heads to Scotland this week, with episodes that see the host returning to his hometown and confronting some of the ghosts that have haunted him since his youth. Of course, those same episodes also feature dancing horses, gay robot skeleton Geoff Peterson ("I d ... More >>
Miguel Atwood-Ferguson Birthday Bash Blue Whale 5-4-12 Better than...celebrating Craig Ferguson's birthday. Violist Miguel Atwood-Ferguson is a really a nice guy - a "beautiful cat" as they might say in advance jazz speak. He radiates an openness and familiarity that few musicians possess and that ... More >>
Craig Ferguson in a toque. Martha Stewart with a spatula. What more could you possibly want? Thanks to Grub Street for this one, in which Stewart shows the host of the Late Late Show how to make a fluffy French omelet ("It's like a rabbit," observes Ferguson) with eggs from her Connecticut farm, and ... More >>
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Roll over Christina Ricci and Lisa Bonet: cult-actress-obsessed rappers MURS (from LA's Living Legends) and Slug (from Minneapolis' Atmosphere) are unleashing their third collaboration as Felt. Joined by respected lyricist Aesop Rock, next week Felt will release Felt 3: A Tribute to Rosie Per ... More >>
Letterman, O'Brien and Leno do reality-TV battle.
Downtown L.A.'s DIY haven tries to keep it real as the club's best-known ambassadors - No Age, Mika Miko and Abe Vigoda - hit the mainstream
The over-the-hill NBC hack should have shuffled off to ABC
But for some in Hollywood, the joke's on them
Must the show go on?
Highlights from Nikki Finkes Deadline Hollywood Daily
The end of Diedrich’s coffee shop in Malibu and the beginning of yet another Starbuck’s
The 88 sound like teen spirit but smell like a rock band